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Monday, February 18, 2013

You Are Loved

Today's card comes to you via Terri's fabulous Stamp-a-Stack that my sister and I attended last month.  Or was it earlier this month?  I don't remember!!! The mind is going! LOL  It was a fun time, it always is.  My sister and I try to pick which we think is our favorite out of all the cards.  Most of the time it's difficult to have a #1 and many of them tie for first place.  Though I would have to say this was my #1 pick and I think it's because of several things. I love the glitter paper.  I love the monochromatic theme to it and I love how it opens.  I think it would be a fabulous wedding, anniversary and Valentine's day card.  Now I don't think this was my sister's #1 pick she had another one that was her favorite above all of them.  And I'm sure if I see which one she picked I may lean towards it being my favorite too!! LOL  See, I told you it was difficult to pick a favorite!

This was a super fun and easy card to make too!  You just need 1/4 sheet of Basic Black card stock.  5-3/8" x 4-1/8" piece of Whisper White card stock.  On top of that you add the Basic Black strip and the glitter paper strip. Tie a bow around them before you set them in place. Then you add the Basic Black layer and on top of that is the Whisper White piece that was folded in half before it was set in place on the card front.  And then the oval with the words.  The image and words came from the "You are Loved" set.  I don't have this set and I may be looking at the catalog again!!! LOL

Like I said, this is a very fun card to make.  It is also a very quick card to make too!

Thank you SO much for visiting today,


Anonymous said...

Oh what an elegant card here Wanda. I love the black and white cards and the silver sure makes everything pop. Thanks for sharing.


christi said...

wow, this is a gorgeous card. I see why you picked it as your fav. may have to borrow this sketch.

connie said...

This card is simply gorgeous. I love the black and white color. The bow on the silver just brings it to life. Beautiful job.