Sunday, February 7, 2010

Love You

Today we're off to our God Child's First Communion...followed by a small Super Bowl Party at our house.  It should be a great day with lots of dear friends. 

I succumbed and purchased a heat gun and embossing supplies...oh my...I wonder why I spend so much on crafting supplies, but I love it!  Crafting provides me with so much relaxation.  I've found I rarely watch much tv anymore as I'm happily crafting away...

For this card, I embossed the background Vintage Vogue set using clear embossing powder.  I also embossed the flower.  All of the colors are either Regal Rose or Rose Red...two of my favorites!  I added some twine, gems and a brad for a little extra embellishment. 

Thanks to Stampin 411 for the sketch inspiration!

Ingredients:  All Stampin' UP, Regal Rose, Rose Red, Whisper White and Kraft Paper, Short and Sweet and Vintage Vogue Stamp Sets; Brads and twine

10 comments:

  1. So very pretty! I love the colors you've selected...this is such a rich looking card. Just Gorgeous!

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  2. Oh, this is so pretty Lynn! I love the heat embossing you did - just gorgeous!
    Thanks for playing along this week!

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  3. oh so pretty! i love the embossed panel and that pretty cut out flower.

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  4. Beautiful card. So rich and rewarding to look at.

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  5. That is so pretty. I especially like the 'frame' you put around your words. So elegant.

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  6. Your card is extra pretty. Love the colors and the embossing . lovely!

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  7. Embossing adds extra "oomph" to a card. Let me tell you, this card has lots of "oomph". Beautiful!!!

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  8. Very pretty!! Love the embossing!! Thanks for playing along with us over at Stamping 411!!

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  9. Wow...very pretty with the embossing! Thanks for playing along this week!

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  10. Hi Lynn - love, love, love the monochromatic look! Fabulous job with this week's sketch. We so appreciate you being one of our faithful followers. Thanks for playing along with the Stamping 411 Operators! We hope you'll be back soon! Blessings, Gretchen -- www.gretchenbarron.typepad.com

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