This is my place to share with family and friends. You might find handmade cards, digital scrapbook pages, photos or a little chatter because those are the things I love. My blog is a work in progress, so be patient with me. Most of the time I think I will be talking to myself, but hey, I'm used to that!



Saturday, January 30, 2010

It is snowing again...

There is no place we have to be so it is great! We only have 4 inches so far, so that is very manageable. It is a good excuse to stamp, surf the blogs, and update my blog. I promised some Valentine cards and so here you go!



I think this one is my favorite so far. I made this one with In Colors.
All Stampin' Up! supplies on this one:

Rich Razzleberry, Whisper White, Crushed Curry card stock, and Razzleberry Lemonade DSP. Rich Razzleberry Classic Ink. Stampin' Up!'s "I (Heart) Hearts" stamp set.
The(friend to friend) stamp from Teeny Tiny Wishes. Full Heart, Heart to Heart punch, and Movers and Shakers Heart die, Rich Razzleberry Polka dot ribbon and of course Stampin' Dimensionals. I use SU's Petals-A-Plenty embossing folder to emboss the heart.



Really simple and all Stampin' Up! supplies:
Real Red and Whisper White card stock, Asian Artistry Hostess stamp set. Old Olive and Basic Black Classic ink, Small Heart and Scallop Border Punch, Mat Pack, piercing tool and Stampin Dimensionals.

As always thanks for visiting.

7 comments:

Cassie_lu said...

that first card looks like something that should be famed and displayed. amazing

Dawn said...

Cathy... these are gorgeous! i am so glad that I stopped by today! Just gorgeous!

The Mama Monkey said...

Love them both! What a great idea to use hearts with that Asian set! Really changes it up!

gale said...

You can keep that snow!! We don't need any more. I love these cards. I agree that the first one is totally frame-worthy. The 2nd is adorable-I just love that border punch.

Kim Jensen said...

These are both lovely, Cathy! I especially love the second - so crisp and fresh!

Louise said...

Totally cute cards, love the hearts as flowers on the bottom card.

Naomi said...

They are both great, but the first one is amazing! I never thought to use the Petals A Plenty folder like that! Gorgeous!