Friday, January 31, 2014

Delicate Valentine!


Project Design ©Sharon M. Reinhart may be used for personal use only
Wanted to share this delicate little Valentine card with you. It is quick and easy to make. With the use of designer and friend Ann Butler's 2-inch Stripes, Dots and Hearts rubber stamp set from Unity, I even made my own heart paper. This set is from a line of "faux quilting stamps" that Ann designed but as you can see they can be used with many different techniques. The inner medallion is simply photo copy paper that has been stamped with the ColorBox Crafter's Ink by Ann Butler as well - its a yummy color called Berry. Then die-cut with a Spellbinders circle die and folded with a Tea-Bag folding technique. The medallions on each side were made by stamping the same image onto white cardstock and die-cutting with a Spellbinders Cut, Fold and Tuck template. Add a stamped word, a little bling, embossed banners and some pink and white baker's twine and you are good to go. Good to go to the mailbox that is, to get this Valentine in the mail! I am participating in a blog hop showing the different products that Ann has produced, I encourage you to check out all the other creative inspiration as well using the links below!
Creatively Yours,
Sharon









Sharon Reinhart (you are here)

13 comments:

Ann Butler said...

I just love this beautiful card! Thank you for being part of the Hop!

Cindi Bisson said...

Cute card!

Sharon M. Reinhart said...

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving your
comments - it truly is appreciated!

Amy* said...

Sharon your card is L-O-V-E-ly! I adore every delicate heartfelt detail right down to the bakers twine!

Amy*

Eileen Hull said...

Sharon- you know I am such a fan of your work- it is beautiful down to the last detail. So pretty!

Candice Windham said...

Sharon, this is so beautiful. I love all the details and die cuts and the absolutely clean-cut look! I'm envious of the person who is going to get this Valentine!

Madeline Arendt said...

Very nice details and like the idea of including the teabag folding technique.

Muffins and Lace said...

Awesome Card.

cal8007 said...

I just you did a fab job making your own heart paper! Love all the colors!

steph said...

Very pretty

Jean Bullock said...

What a darling valentine. Well done.

Cheryl Boglioli said...

Happy Valentines Day. This card is lovely.

Marjolaine said...

Awesome card, very creative!