Saturday, March 10, 2012

Go Chargers!

Finally a few moments to myself in the Bubble! Only have time to for a quick post. The women's varsity basketball team made it into the national quarterfinals so I'm off to the game to support the Chargers!
You'll have to excuse the Valentine card - I haven't made a card since the first of February so I guess it's still Valentine time in the Bubble.

Basket of Love
~Base card - PaperTrey Ink Pure White
~Layer of pink cardstock 'faux embossed' using Sizzlets Hearts and Cuttlebug (tutorial on Splitcoast Stampers)
~Some of the hearts highlighted with Stampin' Up Crystal Effects and Stickles
~Die cut hearts on pink cording
~Two pink brads
~Digital image - Digi Sparkle colored with Copics, highlighted with Crystal Effects, pink cording on handle, three die cut flowers cotted with Stickles, attached to white cardstock Spellbinders die cut Label Two
Just Us Girls - technique challenge (faux embossing)
Our Creative Corner - Tic Tac Toe (pink, brads, flowers)

Thanks for popping by!
Go Chargers!


  1. Hello my Lovely Nancy, I've been wondering where you were hiding, have you having lessons? Your cards are always fab but boy oh boy, this one is flipping amazing! What a brilliant creation! Hope you're keeping well,Julie.x

  2. I hope the game went well! I love the banner of hearts and your take on the challenge. So pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Just Us Girls!

  3. Beautiful, just love that shade of pink and how clever is that faux embossing. I've not seen that technique before. The heart banner is a cute touch and that basket of hearts is a great finisher! So happy you joined in the fun with us this week at Our Creative Corner.

  4. Lovely card! Great use of faux embossing! Hope you enjoyed the technique and thanks for playing along with Just Us Girls!

  5. Wonderful faux embossing! I love all the details you chose, especially the heart banner! Perfect for our challenge! Thanks for joining us at Our Creative Corner! Hugs, Marcy


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