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You Give My Heart Wings!

** Updated - This card made the Pink Elephant top 15.


Happy Wednesday! I had this new image from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff new Love Grows Here digital stamp set printed and sitting on my desk. I thought I would try shading (as much as you can do with Stampin' Up markers). While I was at it I thought I would try putting together some colors that I don't usually use or at least don't normally use together. This is what I came up with. My DD thinks that there should be more glitter and bling. What do you think?



My card also fits the following challenges:
Practical Scrappers - Embossing
Creative Inspirations Challenge - #43 New Year, New Products
A Spoon Full of Sugar - Challenge 87-Lots of Layering
Crafy Creations - Challenge #51 Valentines or Love
The Pink Elephant - Challenge #50
Charisma Cardz Challenge - #2 Anything New
The Craft Garden - New
Papertake Weekly Challenge - Pretty Pink
Paper Maniac Inspiration - Texture, Faux Stitching, and buttons
Creative Belli Challenge - Hearts CBC83
I Love Digi Challenge - Use a digi
Cooking It up with Katie - Challenge #9
Corrosive Challenge - #47 Let's Go Digi (CCBJ#47)


Did you hear about the new challenge blog? It combines two things I love - digi's and challenges! If you love digital stamps or paper, please check them out.



Supplies:
  • Stamps: Love Grows Here from Lindsay's Stamp Stuff
  • Papers & CS: Image printed on Georgia Pacific white CS, Stampin' Up Pretty In Pink, Barely Banana, White card stock, Paper Studio black CS
  • Inks: NONE
  • Embellishments & Tools: Stampin' Up Markers Pretty in Pink, Real Red, Barely Banana, Summer Sun, & Regal Rose , Sakura Gelly Roll clear glitter pen, misc. button, DMC floss #321, Stampin' Up border punch, Spellbinders Nestabilities, Close To My Heart white ribbon, Cloud 9 Design red rain dots, Cuttlebug Script Texture embossing folder, paper piercer, black Uniball pen, sentiment was computer generated

Comments

Elaine said…
This is beautiful Chery, so neatly coloured :) Thanks for shouting about I Love Digi and for your entry for the DT, good luck xx

Elaine x
Kathy said…
I love this card, the colors are unusual for Valentines day with the yellow in there, but I think it is an amazing color combo. The image is gorgeous and beautifully colored. This is a real stunner, love it!
Karin said…
I love the card as it is...I love all the elements that you added; especially that the heart is popped up. Adds a nice bit of dimention to the card. Well done as always!
Jamie Lane said…
What a sweet sentinment and terrific image and design to go with it! Thanks for joining us at practical scrappers!
beautiful card. you can never have too much glitter!!! lol.

hugs :)
Liz Williams said…
Thanks for joining in on the fun for the Belli Challenge. Love the winged heart! A great card indeed.
Rhonda said…
OOOOOOh! Cheryl, this card is totally amazing! The colors just grab you....I wouldn't change a thing. Gonna have to go get that image. Well Done!
I really like the card as it is - a nice clean design that showcases the image without a lot of distracting bling. Great card!
Tracey said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the embossed background :o)

Hugs
Tracey
x
MiamiKel said…
Very nice, Cheryl! Great color combo!
C.C. said…
This is beautiful as are all your creations! Sure add some more glitter!!
Bubbles said…
Gorgeous card, love the colours! Thanks for joining us at Charisma.
Joanne x
Tanya Rudd said…
How wonderful. I love the color scheme of this card, and of course your embossing. Thank you for joining us this week at Practical Scrappers.
Hugs
Tanya
Scrappy Witch said…
Very pretty card! I love the colors! Thanks for joining us at TPE this week!

Betty
Saskia said…
Thanks for joining us at Crafty Creations with your LOVELY work!!

Saskia :)
Kim said…
Your card it perfect! Thanks for sharing with us at Practical Scrappers!
Blessings,
KIm xXx
Vicki said…
Wonderful Valentine, Cheryl! Great sentiment! And great job with all those challenges! Awesome! Blessings to you!
Sew-Ink said…
Beautiful card! I love the colors and the embossing in the background!
Cindy said…
Beautiful card!! I just love the ribbon-button!! Wonderful colors together!
I think it is blingy enough!
What a lovely card! I love the embossing, it's gorgeous! Great job!
Shelly Schmidt said…
Beautiful card- and thanks for the new digi challenge blog!
Ann said…
wow stunning - I just love your card and how you have interpreted our sketch at The Pink Elephant.
Ann xxx
Elisabeth said…
Very pretty card! I think the button and ribbon are the perfect accent no need for anything else!
Joanne Gilch said…
First of all I think the card is amazing. However, how good would it be for your daughter's self esteem to let her see that she has good ideas, and what would a little bling hurt?
Leanne said…
Wow Cheryl!! This card is gorgeous!! I love the colors and I really love how you popped the heart up! TFS!!
Katie said…
Cheryl,
This is a simply super card!
I love the dimension of the heart and the image is gret.
Thanks for Cooking It Up With Katie :)
Katty Bell said…
This is beautifully put together Cheryl... a gorgeous card!
Donna said…
Thanks for joining us at PTW this week, your card is just perfect for our pretty pink theme :) Donna x
Pat (mspfd) said…
I adore the colors you used! Very cute card. I like it just the way it is.
beautiful card, wow look at the comments:)
Rose said…
your card is wonderful, thanks for joining us on crafty creations this week :)
Viv's Visuals said…
What a lovely card..... and what a lot of comments - all well deserved!
Paper Addict said…
beautiful card. GREAT JoB...*´¨)SBS29 Sisters
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(¸.•´ (¸.•´HUGS *¸.•´¸.•*´¨)
(¸-:¦:-♥(¸.•´ *Ronnie.•*´¨ ) ¸.•*¨) -:¦:-♥
♥.•*¨-:¦:-. ;.•.♥.•*¨-:¦:-. ;.•.♥
Karen said…
Wowzers!!! Now that's the way to combine challenges!! Wow! Very cute card, love the heart popped up! :>
Debi said…
Lovely job on this. Thank you for joining us and playing along with the Papertake Weekly challenge!
Kim Marie said…
Darling card Chery;! The colors are so pretty! Good luck in the blog template building adventure! I'm sure it will be wonderful!
Kim Marie
Gina said…
I love that you can combine so many challenges This is great, I love the pink with the black!
Micki said…
oh, gasp..... this is beautiful Cheryl!

Sorry I'm so late making my rounds.... one of those weeks, lo. As for blog maintenance..... still 'thinking' about doing mine. Never enough time though!

hugs
Emma said…
Stunning card and such gorgeous colours.
Hugs Emma x
Hope Jacare said…
Thanks for playing along in our Love/Valentine Challenge at Crafty Creations! Cheers Claire x
shelly said…
lovely card thanks for sharing my theme over at ccc :)

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