Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Forever Yours

It's Tuesday...that means we've shaken off the dreaded Monday and are onto the fun of the week, right?  Excellent!  How about I share with you another card I made with some fabulous Great Impressions Stamps?  Okay...
I've made another Valentine's Day card using the following stamps:  E859S Forever Yours,A54S Hearts & Dots, and A78S Hugs & Kisses.  For this card I used papers from Jillibean Soup/Dutch Mustard Soup (which I've had forever), the main panel/wave panel is cut with a frame from Craftin' Desert Divas, and the heart is from SU!.  I also used Illuminate smooch on each of the solid hearts on the top layer of the card.  I LOVE the new to me Forever Yours stamp as it is exactly how I feel about my hubby!
Inside is just a little bit of patterned paper that was left from the main panel and plenty of room to write a sappy message.  *wink, wink*

I would love for you to come and join our monthly challenge.  If you use a stamp from the Great Impressions online store, please link it up in our Customer Gallery, too!  

I'm entering this card in the following challenges:
Sketch Saturday - Sketch
Cut It Up:  Use a heart
Aud Senitments Challenge Blog:  Anything goes and a sentiment


Cut It Up Challenge Blog said...

I LOVE the colors you used for this card! Looks very retro!

Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up for our Love is in the Air challenge!


Mynn Kitchen said...

This is a fabulous masculine color scheme, Lorie! I adore the fun patterned paper you used AND created! HUGS! :) Mynn xx

Gerda said...

What a fabulous card!! Love the papers you used!!! Thanks for joining us at Cut it Up challenge!

Sherrie K. said...

Lorie, this is adorable! Fun colors and cute design Love the pattern paper hearts and the sentiment is perfect!
Sherrie K

Alica Ziakova said...

very nice - love the colors.
Thanks for joining us at Sketch Saturday!

Hugs, Alica :)

Jennifer Greco said...

What a great card! I love your color choices and fun layout. Thanks for joining us at Aud Sentiments for our “Anything Goes” Challenge; I hope to see your work in our future challenges too!
Jennifer, DT