Wednesday, February 11, 2009

One More Valentine

I threw this card together a few days ago with my new "Roses & Chocolate" stamps from There She Goes (with some help from my heart-shaped Nestabilities and some SU Candy Lane dsp).

We actually made cards with a similar layout as our "make-and-take" in the Spellbinders booth LAST year at CHA (as in January 2008). It's really fun having a card that 3-Dis with a window on the front. And it was easy-easy! The only difficult part about this card was that my husband had borrowed my heat gun, which I didn't discover until AFTER I put the Glassy Glaze embossing powder on the lips in the middle of the card (I had to resort to an old standby . . . using the heating element on my stovetop!). At least my DH sees my tools as TOOLS and not TOYS!! (At least the ones he can use!)

Stamps: Roses & Chocoalte by There She Goes
Paper: Close to Cocoa, Chocolate Chip, Very Vanilla, Candy Lane dsp
Ink: Chocolate Chip craft and classic, Ruby Red
Accessories: Spellbinders Classic Scalloped and Classic Heart Nestabilities (S4-137 and S4-136), pop-up glue dots, Glassy Glaze embossing powder

6 comments:

mudmaven said...

This is gorgeous! I catch my dh rooting around in my craft room all the time - jewelry tools and paper tools both seem to have to do dual duty at our house. ~chris

Marti - Pez-A-Doodle Design Studios said...

oh very cool wendy! DH rarely strays into my area which is good - he did come down recently and was picking around and when i turned to see what he was doing he had a nestibilities die hanging from each ear!! if only i had my camera - i told him he would have been on my blog immediately!

Norine said...

this is so pretty love the heart
Hugs
Norine

Bev said...

This is great GF! :) I love the glossy lips and hearts!

Jan Castle said...

YUMMMMMMMMMM! So, do tell how you get the window effect?
Jan

Rockin' Robin S. said...

Was watching scrapbook memories this morning on TV and they did this card. I knew I had just seen it on here so thought I would give you a thumbs up!!! Great job.