3 challenges inspired today's card...
Cardz 4 Guyz // #c4g285 ...A masculine challenge using "shades of brown"!! With Valentine's Day just a few months away decided to get started on my stash. I think these "shades of brown" worked perfectly for the new challenge that starts today over at Cardz 4 Guyz...we hope you will come play along with us!!
|Shades of Brown|
Shopping Our Stash // #SOS459 ...A triple threat challenge!! A trio of something needs to be added to your card. I have a trio of wooden hearts as well as a trio of panels on my card. I doubled the triple threat!! The hearts have been in my stash for a long time...picked them up at a wood crafting shop in TN while on vacation.
Retro Rubber // #rrcb172 ...A sketch challenge!! Along with the sketch we are suppose to use a stamp set that is over a year old. The Valentine's sentiment has been in my stash for over 7 years. The wooden hearts have been in my stash for over 10 years.
Verse of the Day:Remember this: Whoever sows sparingly will also reap sparingly, and whoever sows generously will also reap generously.
2 Corinthians 9:6 Courtesy of YouVersion
Deb... I am so impressed that you are already thinking about Valentines Day! More power to you, I am still making Christmas cards. Love your design. Thanks for joining Retro Rubber this week.ReplyDelete
I really love this. The hearts and twine are perfect together. Love Dawn xReplyDelete
Well, this is one beautiful card for Valentine's Day, I love it, it's rustic, the beautiful shades of brown and those little wooden hearts are the perfect combination for a very stylish masculine card. I love the way you tied the twine on the hearts, especially the one with the little one inside the big one, it's a very sweet detail.ReplyDelete
Thank you for playing along with us at RETRO RUBBER SKETCH CHALLENGE and SHOPPING OUR STASH TRIPLE THREAT CHALLENGE.
Stay healthy and safe.
Hi Deb! This card is a stunner! I love the hearts and how you lashed them together! Beautifully done all around and represents the sketch perfectly! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber!!ReplyDelete
Love how you combined the sketch, the hearts and the colour palette into that gorgeous card. Thank you for playing along at Retro Rubber this time. Happy Holidays to you and yours. Claire DTReplyDelete
Lovely color choices and the smaller strips of paper help the wonderful wood hearts to pop! Thanks for joining us at Retro Rubber, come again soon!ReplyDelete
Love your take on the sketch, great masculine card. Thank you for playing along with Retro Rubber Challenge Blog.ReplyDelete
I think this is one of the most unique masculine Valentine's cards I have seen, love how you used just shades of brown with the hearts and twine.ReplyDelete