Wednesday, August 12, 2020

faith, hope, love...

Hey there!  Rosemary here today and yes... I have another slimline card to share!  I hadn't used the Slimline Heart Window & Words cover plate dies yet so I just had to for this week's card!  I think we can all use a little faith, hope and love right?!

I had another rummage through my collection of 12x12 papers and found these lovely papers from Stampin Up!  I didn't have many of them left... in fact I think only one or two so I decided to use them for my card.  One side had a lovely pattern with roses so I cut a piece that I could arrange the window die on so that the hearts would each die cut a rose (or part of one).  I then die cut the heart window die from the reverse side that has the green pattern on it.   I adhered the heart window panel that had the roses on it to the back of the green patterned piece to give it a little more heft.  The same thing was done with the hearts.  I then used the Slimline Essentials set (the largest die) to cut the red cardstock panel and adhered the heart window panel to that.  The hearts were then popped up with foam.  I die cut all the words from the same red cardstock used for the layering panel multiple times, layered each word and then adhered them to the hearts.  Super simple, but, again, I really like that.

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Greta said...

Just beautiful, Rosemary! The perfect paper to use with the roses for each heart! Beautiful shade of red paper!

Linda W. (ScrappinBari) said...

Just love what you did with that slimline heart window set, Rosemary - great combo of papers!! I rec'd mine in the mail while I was in Arizona - will have to make time to use it. Thanks for the inspiration!! And thanks to Jillian & team for the darling little banner stamp set that came with my order!!

Lisa Elton said...

I knew it was going to be beautiful! The papers you've used give it a wonderful vintage flair!

TK said...

Oh My Goodness -- this is just stunning, Rosemary! Love the papers, but also the roses and the sentiments right along with them