Sunday, January 26, 2014

Week 156 Sketch Challenge @ Less is More

This week's Sketch Challenge at Less is More:
And here are the valentines I created using this sketch!  Which one is your favorite?
I cut a slit in the card fold and threaded baker's twine through several times, knotted it, and added a bow to make the horizontal band.
The die cut heart is from Memory Box--Cupid Heart No. 98281.
The sentiment stamp is also from Memory Box.

The horizontal band of hearts were stenciled using Distress Barn Door ink.
The sentiment was stamped in the same ink.
The heart was die cut from the Memory Box Cupid heart Die No. 98281.

Three stripes of Washi tape make the horizontal band.
"With love" is stamped in Hero Arts Black on white cardstock, tucked just under one side of the Cupid Heart die cut.

Horizontal band of red cardstock
"with love" stamped in VersaMark and embossed with white embossing powder
punched heart (Martha Stewart punch)

Grosgrain and velvet ribbons make the horizontal band.
sentiment stamp from Memory Box
die cut flower from Memory Box Die No. 98511 Fabulous Phlox
pearl in the center and petals curled up

paper strip in two prints for horizontal band
"love" stamped in Hero Arts black on the band
punched heart

printed paper strip for the horizontal band
Hero Arts "XO" stamped in Hero Arts black ink on the paper band
multi-layered flower die cut from red and printed papers using Memory Box Die No.  98510 Lovely Aster
red flower gem in center of flower

ribbon for the horizontal band
"love" stamped in Hero Arts black in just above the ribbon
checked flower die cut using Memory Box Die No. 98510 Lovely Aster


Chrissie said...

My Goodness, you have been really busy Anne... it would be difficult to choose a favourite!
All super!
Thanks so much
"Less is More"

Oma said...

You have been very busy! I love all the cards you made!

Anonymous said...

Some of your best, Anne.

Anne said...

What a lovely bunch of cards. I do like the ones that use gingham, so fresh looking.
Thanks for joining us at Less is More this week
Less is More GD

Anonymous said...

l love them all but the die cut flower is my favorite