Tag Archives: love

OWH Sketch 213

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The latest sketch is up at Operation Write Home#213. It’s also day 18 of my Rainbow Love Challenge. The Olympics will be ending today so it’s the last day for me and my mini protest against discriminatory laws.

I added brads to help balance out the design.

Core-dinations Black, Xerox Flecs Cover, Craft Smart stamp in Memento Tuxedo Black. Distress Inks Black Soot, Barn Door, Marmalade, Mowed Lawn, Faded Jeans, Dusty Concord. Recollections Brads. Sizzix Sizzlit Primitive Heart. The Precious.

Rainbow Love, Day 15

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This morning, I was busy freaking out after learning out that Shoes are playing in New York in May. What with buying a ticket to the show, booking Amtrak, finding a hotel and mapping out the best subway route to take, I got to my daily card a little bit later than usual. When I walked over to my table of craftiness, the first thing that caught my eye was the negative of a heart die-cut. Et VOILA, my card. (Day 15 of my Rainbow Love Challenge.)

Xerox Flecs cardstock, Lion Seamaid Ribbon, TPC Hugs and Kisses in VersaColor Black with Hampton Arts Clear Embossing Powder. Distress Inks Barn Door, Marmalade, Mowed Lawn, Faded Jeans, Dusty Concord.

A Baroque Love

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Today’s card is one that uses some of the massive amounts of Making Memories Boho Chic Baroque paper that I have. (25 sheets of 12×12 paper counts as massive amounts in my book…)

Core-dinations Black, Making Memories Baroque, Xerocs Flecs Cover, Distress Inks Victorian Velvet. Autumn Leaves Rhonna Ferrar Sentiment in Memento Tuxedo Black.

Love You So Rainbow

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This is the second card that I’ve made using my custom created Love You So Silhouette sentiment. This is tied into this week’s Shopping Our Stash challenge – Embossing times 2.

Xerox Flecs Cover, Silhouette Custom design, American Arts Pigment Ink in Rouge, Apricot, Sunflower, Pine, Powder and Grape. Hampton Arts Clear Embossing Powder.

*Make sure you clean off any repositional adhesive from the design before adding the embossing powder & applying heat. Ask me how I know. *sigh*