Thursday, January 12, 2012

Dreamweaver Free Challenge week


Well Thursday is upon us once again. This is a free week and I decided to continue with another valentine card. I will be teaching this card in a class I'm teaching at Scrapbook Territory and at Jazzy Crafts. I like to keep my cards for classes fairly simple so that my students can get the techniques down but still have a card to send at the end of class. I started with a brown note card (Vanilla Bean) from Memory Box,and then used this great paper from Canvas Corp "Cherry and Kraft Love words". I simply ran the Swooshy Heart Stencil (LL3010) through my Big Shot and then I cut it out, punched a hole in the top and made a bow on the top with brown tulle and then I used some mounting tape to pop it off the love words layer. This is a CAS card fun to do with no stress involved. Because I work a full time job in the dentist office I find that for me CAS is the best way to go. For those of you who like you can add more of your own embellishments. I do often add rhinestone and glitter bling but I really felt on this one I loved the way it looked with out all the added bling. Thanks for checking out my blog, don't forget to check my Dream Team sister's blogs they always have some awesome cards. And any of you that are going to CHA come see us at booth #863 we love to meet you. If your playing along with are challenge don't forget to go to the Dream It Up blog and link your creation up to Mr Linky. See you all next Thursday.

10 comments:

  1. Love "no stress" cards!!! This is beautiful and when I first started selling for Canvas Corp...this was my favorite paper!! I hope your having a good week and there is only two more weeks until we meet!!!

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  2. Hey...this card is great... that metal is inspiring me Georgia! Look forward to seeing you this weekend!

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  3. this is so pretty. Love that heart and love it more on metal!! very nice.

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  4. That background paper is a perfect setting for your beautiful heart! Very pretty.

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  6. Love the metal work on this card!

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  7. Love the metal heart with the kraft! That paper is tooo fun!

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  8. That is one of my favorite heart stencils and you did a beautiful job cutting – it could be a die cut! Looking forward to seeing you at CHA.

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  9. NIce job, the heart looks great on the kraft background.

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