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Thursday, February 12, 2009

Valentine #4

Good morning! Our weather is back to normal - warm. It's still cool at night, and that's a good thing.

Here is the last of the valentine's I am going to share with you.

This is a gate-fold card. I cut the patterned paper to fit on each side of the card. I cut out a heart from holographic paper, then cut a slightly larger heart from black to place behind the holographic heart. I stamped the image (Cool Cat from My Paper Moon), colored him with copic markers and cut him out. I adhered him to the holographic heart. I stamped the same image again onto the patterned paper and just cut out the heart, which I adhered to the stamped imaged. I stamped "Happy Valentine's Day" on the inside, and viola! I'm done.

I hope you have enjoyed my cards. I have made quite a few other Valentine's cards, but I've run out of time to share them with you.

I love to read your comments. Tell me your most memorable Valentine's Day, and I'll pick a random winner on Sunday, February 15th, and send a prize. I will need contact info to get in touch with you if you are a winner. If I am unable to contact you or you don't respond to my emails by February 22nd I will pick another winner.

4 comments:

Georgette said...
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Audrey Huffman said...

Becky your art is wonderfully beautiful (new terminology). I love how you describe each one and each one temps me to case them. TFS. Love, Audrey Huffman
huffpede@yahoo.com

Pam said...

I love the valentine! The cat it wonderful!

Anonymous said...

Hi - I love all of your cards, they are beautiful! Thank you for allowing us to share a valentine story with you. The tale is not mine, but a co-workers. When her husband proposed to her (it was a surprise), he rented a plane on Valentine's Day after they had gone out to eat, they drove up to the airport & she thought the pilot was giving free plane rides! The pilot asked her where she wanted to go and she told him she would like to fly over their house. She did not know that her boyfriend (now husband)and her father had spent the entire day stringing xmas lights across the lake on the ice with the words "will you marry me" spelled out. Needless to say, she was completely shocked as they flew over that and she saw the words spelled out with the lights. That was very romantic! Enjoy!

My name is Georgette V., Augusta, ME 04330, email: ibstampin2 @ gmail .com.

Thank you!