Monday, February 7, 2011

Basket Full Of Love

Hi everyone!  Today's card creation is inspired by this week's Stamps R Us challenge.  We were challenged to create any card with a love or valentine's theme.  Our sponsor this week is the Digi Doodle Shop so I chose to use this gorgeous Basket Full Of Flowers digital image from their shop.

My card base is Bravo Burgundy layered with PTI White then Deep Love patterned paper.  In each corner I added Real Red die cut using the Photo Corners Die.  The image was printed on PTI White and colored in using copic markers.  I die cut and embossed the image using nestabilities then layered it on to Bravo Burgundy die cut using the scalloped nestabilities.  To embellish the card I added a pretty bow made using red satin ribbon and finished it with a white button threaded with Jute Twine.  I also added a rhinestone in each corner. 

Thanks for stopping by... hope you have a purr-fect day!

  • Stamps: Basket Full Of Love (Digi Doodle Shop)
  • Paper: PTI White, Bravo Burgundy, Real Red, Deep Love Patterned Paper (NRN Designs)
  • Ink: Copics Y15, E43, E47, R29, R89, G24, G28
  • Other: Edge Distresser, Sizzix Photo Corners Die, Silver Rhinestones (KaiserCraft), Standard Circles Small Nestabilities, Classic Scalloped Circles Small Nestabilities, Red Satin Ribbon, White Button, Jue Twine (PTI), Glue Dots and Mounting Tape


Carrie said...

what a beautiful valentine, love those corner details.

Margo said...

Your card is very lovely !

Doreen said...

This is gorgeous

Larisa said...

It is adorable! So good paper is used here! Love the busket fulfil with hearts) Nice job!!!

jimlynn said...

Just beautiful Karen! So pretty.

Stampvanwinkle said...

What a pretty card Karen, Love the basket of hearts.


Shelly Schmidt said...

Love your beautiful card- love the bow and the great corner accents! Fun challenge!

Peggy said...

Karen, such a pretty card. I'm sure anyone would love to receive this card.

Alissa said...

Ooooh, love those corner pieces Karen. Great touch.

SandraW said...

Wow, Karen! Such lovely cards you make!
I can learn a lot from you. ;-)
Thanks for sharing them.