A Little Cricut Love


Today I wanted to make a valentine inspired by the CASE Study challenge. The muse this week is Amy Sheffer with this lovely card;





I decided to go with coordinating paper from my old DCVW
Black Currant stack. I stamped the Hero Arts Florish background with Versa Mark & clear embossed. Added a glittery silver ribbon trim, and a simple button with some of my new pink glittery WeR Memories twine. I borrowed my moms Martha Stewart punch for the bottom lace. All together it turned out pretty cool I think. I had seen this new technique (well new to me at least lol )for paper pleating on pintrest, then when this case study came along it was perfect opportunity.

Supplies:
Paper- DCWV Black Currant Stack
Tools- Cricut Expression 2, Storybook, Essentials, & Elegant Edges Cartridges
Martha Stewart Double Arches Punch
Stamps: Hero Arts Florish Background
Ink: Versa Mark
Embossing Powder: Ala Mode Clear

Challenges:
Simon Says Stamp
Case Study
Really Reasonable Ribbon
Wee Memories


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5 comments:

  1. love this card , beautiful color of the dp

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  2. I haven't paper pleated in a loooong time, but thanks to your card, I might have to whip one up again!

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  3. Lovely card, love your paper pleating, very effective. A lovely Valentines card. Thank you so much for joining in The Sinon Says Stamp and Show Challenge. Tracy x

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  4. I'm loving the colors you used!! The "u"s are neat too! Fun idea! : )

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