Welcome to Day 3 of the the Quietfire Design Queen of Hearts Blog Hop!
In case you missed it, here is our Blog Hop Schedule and the dates each designer will be posting (Click on each person's name to go to their blog):
Day 1: Jan 19 - Kathy Jo and Diana
Day 2: Jan 20 - Sherry and Yogi
Day 3: Jan 21 - Teresa and Yvonne (that's me!)
Day 4: Jan 22 - Wanda and Robyn
Day 5: Jan 23 - Suzanne
For a chance to win a Quietfire rubber stamp (Don’t be shy!) leave a comment below before midnight Sunday January 25th, 2015.
A winner will be randomly chosen from my list of comments and the winner's name will be posted on Quietfire Creations shortly afterwards.
If you haven't done so already, go back and leave comments on all the designers Queen of Hearts blog posts!
Here's my contribution to the blog hop:
For my card I used:
- Quietfire Design: The Heart has its reasons (#6304)
- Spellbinders®: S6-017 Bow Elegance , S6-001 5x7 Matting Basics A, S6-002 5x7 Matting Basics B
- Archival Ink: Jet Black, copper colored ink
- Acrylic stamping block
- Imagine Crafts: dauber
- Ranger: Glossy Accents
- Cardstock: white, pink, brown, patterned (Me&andMy Big Ideas)
- Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L: 3D foam squares
- Mullberry flowers, leaves, ribbon and Pearls
- Make a white card (folded) size7.5"x 5 3/8".
- Glue upon a slightly smaller pink layer and a layer of patterned paper.
- Stamp Quietfire Design sentiment upon white cardstock.
- Color the heart pink ( I used a copic marker) and put Glossy accents on the heart. Let dry.
- Cut the stamped cardstock using Matting basics B #2 (with #1 being the smallest die template)
- Cut Matting Basics A #2 using brown cardstock
- Cut Matting Basics B #3 using pink cardstock.
- Glue the 3 layers upon another.
- Cut/emboss Bow Elegance #3 and 4 (stacked) using light pink cardstock.
- Ink the edges with copper ink (using a dauber)
- Cut Bow Elegance #4 from darker cardstock.
- Glue both Bow Elegance die-cuts upon another.
- Glue stacked rectangles upon using 3D foam squares
- Glue stacked die-cuts upon patterned paper using 3D foam squares.
- Add embellishments to the card.
Thanks for stopping by and good luck!
Don't forget to hop on over to Teresa's blog for she's made you a gorgeous project too today!