Friday, February 28, 2014

LIM #160

When I saw the recipe at Less is More this week, use metal,  my original thought was something masculine.   Somewhere along the line I made a big U turn.


My daughter had given me these heart shaped paper clips and that was the beginning of my card.   Using a Heidi Swapp stencil, I used tinted embossing paste for the hearts.  When I decided to emboss the HA sentiment in silver, I used my silver marker to color the white heart.  A couple of flags sewn on with threads hanging and my card is done.

Thanks for stopping by.  Happy creating.

7 comments:

  1. I like this and even have the stencil. Love the look for an anniversary card. Light and airy.

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  2. Definitely took a turn away from masculine, and good for you. This card is so pretty, and definitely all girl.

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  3. I love the light and soft feel of your card. It is beautiful.

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  4. Bobby, seriously, your tinted paste hearts are awesome! What a perfect anniversary card. You could easily turn it into a wedding card too, it's got that light happy feel to it.

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  5. What a pretty, ethereal card, so feminine.
    Sorry to be so late visiting, thanks for joining in this week at LIM for the metal challenge.
    Anne
    Guest LIM commenter :)

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  6. I love the pink hearts! I haven't tried the tinting technique yet, but I see that in my future! This is an amazing card, Bobby!

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  7. Shazambam, Bobby, this is everything that is hot and on-trend! You are really getting into this card art big time and do beautiful work! It has been wonderful to watch you evolve and grow your talent!! Hugs, Darnell

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