It's February. Guess what the colors are for Color Hues? You're right!
So that means valentines to me. Fortunately I had one made before I came south that I can use for the challenge.
The background was made by running my brayer through Worn Lipstick Distress Ink, adding it to the hearts embossing folder and sending it through my Big Shot. I cut the panel with a scalloped die and added the sentiment from Honey Bee cut in red with a white shadow.
Thanks for dropping by. Please forgive me for not commenting. My internet is spotty at best and I don't get much time on my computer.
What a great background, this is fun! Don't worry about commenting, just enjoy your winter getaway!ReplyDelete
That was great planning, and awesome brayer-ing, Bobby!! Gosh this is so cute!ReplyDelete
Hope your weather is better down south!
I don't think there is any doubt about the message of this wonderfully brayered red design loaded with hearts and hugs! Love the scallop edging! Don't worry about commenting, Bobby, just enjoy! I'm not getting a lot of time on the computer either with my back and people are very understanding in this awesome community of card artists! Hugs, DarnellReplyDelete
I love your ef inked background, Bobby! I hope you're doing well in the warmer south. We got a foot or more of snow yesterday. It's pretty, but only 9 degrees, so I wish I could join you!ReplyDelete
Perfectly pink & red, and perfect card! Love inking those folders tho I've not done it for awhile!ReplyDelete
Such a great card! I always forget about that technique! Thanks for the reminder and for being in our gallery at Color Hues too! HUGS!ReplyDelete
Beautiful card! Love the heart background! Thank you so much for playing along with us at the Color Hues Challenge! ❤️ReplyDelete
Smitten with your hearts and hugs card, Bobby! No brayers in the house for me...yet! Thrilled you shared this in the Colour Hues gallery!ReplyDelete