Monday, 10 December 2018

Chocolate Baroque Fluttering Hearts Anniversary

Hi everyone.  I am back again with another Guest Designer spot on Chocolate Baroque.  I decided to use the Fluttering Hearts set of stamps, and I took four heart images from that set, one of which has a bird on the top which I decided not to include, and I stamped them on to a piece of white card using Versamark Ink and then heat set with WOW Gold Metallic Embossing Powder.   I coloured the cut out hearts with Dusty Concord and Broken China, plus a small amount of Peeled Paint Distress Ink, using a waterbrush.  I then went over the top with a Wink of Stella pen to give the hearts some added sparkle.

I then made a background by laying colour down on a Tim Holtz stencil Flourish using Dusty Concord and Broken China Distress Ink, spritzed with water and pressed the stencil down on to a piece of white card.

Finally I cut the background and also another slightly larger piece of white card using a Crealies Pierced Rectangle die and mounted it all up as you can see using dimensional glue gel behind the hearts, and finished with an embossed sentiment using the Gold Metallic EP.

I will be back on the Design Team Blog next week with my second card of the month and hope you will join me again then.

Thank you for visiting today and I will see you again soon.


  1. A really unusual anniversary card Pat. Fabulous! x

  2. Absolutely gorgeous card with beautiful colours, the hearts are so pretty too, love it all, Kate x x

  3. Wow what great colours and love those beautiful hearts. The background looks glorious. Fabulous card x.

  4. Beautiful stencil mono print background, the perfect backdrop for those gorgeous hearts:)

  5. Simply beautiful Pat. The flourish works so well with the hearts to give a really romantic feel, I love it! x

  6. pretty Pat, love the colour blends and the beautiful bkg.
    x Karen

  7. Oh it's fabulous!! I really love that BG Pat!


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