Forever Yours

Hello my friends… Today I am here to share a card that I created out of some negative die cuts and scrap papers.

I often save some of my negative die cuts and scrap papers that still big enough to be used. For example, the tag with negative heart die cut on it. I cut out some hearts out of that patterned paper for previous project, and then it was big enough for me to cut out a tag with the heart in the center.

Then I cut out couple more smaller hearts from ODBD Layering Hearts Dies that fit inside it. I layered them with 3D foam tape.

For the black frame, it is actualy a left over from other project, too. I cut out 2 sizes of rectangles from the ODBD Rectangles Dies.

For the sentiment, I stamped and heat embossed the “Forever Yours” from ODBD Hugs & Kisses stamp set, then I cut it out with one of the ODBD Pennant Flags Dies.

I finished the card with natural twine bow and some clear gems for extra bling on it 🙂

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Helen

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8 thoughts on “Forever Yours

  1. Stunning use of designer paper, I love your color scheme! Beautiful embossed sentiment too. Thanks for joining our 3rd birthday party at TIME OUT!

  2. Another beautiful creation, Helen!! Love the black with your magenta/pink. The black makes everything pop. The tag design is a beautiful touch! Thanks for sharing and supporting the challenge my friend!
    hugs,
    Chris

  3. Elegant and striking, Helen … the dimension and texture is just gorgeous … who’d have thought ‘scraps’ could look so lovely! Thanks so much for joining us for our 3rd birthday celebrations at Time Out! Anita 🙂