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Friday, 14 February 2020

Scripted Heart Valentine

Hi everybody.  Here is a valentine card I made for my hubby.  It is a bit glitsy but toned down by the black background I think.  I used an Indigoblu stamp called French Script and a Leonie Pujol embossing folder called Dotty Heart.


I started with the black background and covered two thirds of it with the script heat embossing with WOW Black Sparkle Embossing Glitter.  I then die cut a red heart using a set of dies from Sweet Dixie with the WOW Red Sparkle on the right hand side of the heart, again using the French Script.  I dry embossed the other side of the heart with the Dotty Heart embossing folder, and then added a piece of funky foam underneath for a bit of dimension.  I finished by using the sentiment die from The Works and cut two  of them, heat embossing the top one with two layers of Metallic Silver Embossing Glitter, and layered the two together offsetting them to make a white highlight which unfortunately doesn't show up that well in the photo.

Hubby did say he loved the card without any prompting from me, so I take that as a pleasing result...lol.

Thank you for visiting my blog today and I'll see you again soon.






I am entering the following challenges:

Pixie's Crafty Playground - No. 371 where we use up our snippets of card, paper etc.  (I have used snippets of black, red and white card).
Happy Little Stampers February Anything Goes with Dies Challenge.
Watercooler Wednesday Challenge - No. 258 All About Occasions.
Double D February Challenge - Hearts.
The Male Room Challenge - No 129 Heart You.
The Card Concept - No. 128 Be Mine, Valentine)  I have chosen the clean and graphic look.
Fusion Card Challenge - Valentine.  (I used the photo)


24 comments:

  1. Direct and to the point ... LOVELY! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Double D ‘Hearts’ challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
    Darlene
    DOUBLE D Challenge Blog
    DAR’S CRAFTY CREATIONS Please stop in for a visit!

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  2. No wonder DH loved this card Pat as it is so romantic, classy and gorgeous. I like how you did the stamping on half of the heart and two thirds of the black card stock. The dry embossing looks great too x.

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  3. I can see why he loved the card the perfect amount of pop with the male simplicity. LOVE it :)

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  4. Great card - loving the embossed details which must look brilliant when seen for real.

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  5. This is beautiful! Love the stamping and the texture that you added to your heart, so pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Double D, Hearts Challenge, Donna, DT Member

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  6. What a gorgeous card Pat - as Val says, IRL it must be so beautifully textured. I love it!

    Hugs

    Di xx

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  7. Your card for hubby looks stunning. Love the red against the black with the added embossing. Hugs Mrs A.

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  8. Beautiful card and design.. Loving what you used for this challenge. Thanks for entering into our HEARTS challenge, and good luck in the draw and hope you join us again.
    {aNNie Designer for Double D challenges

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  9. I love the way you half embossed and have dry embossed your heart, Pat! A great effect and black and red are always a winner with me! Thanks so much for joining us at Watercooler Wednesday Challenge this week!

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  10. Love your card, it is beautiful with that bold heart and dark background! Always nice if our hubbies appreciate what we do :)

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  11. Beautiful. Love the texture on your card and the gorgeous heart is superb

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  12. Pat, that's a LOVELY Valentine card for your hubby. xxx

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  13. Oh it's lovely! I'm glad he appreciated it too...

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  14. I love how you dry embossed half of your heat and stamped the other half! Text stamps are some of my favorite for adding "just a touch more" to cards! Thanks for playing along in our "Be Mine, Valentine" challenge over on The Card Concept!

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  15. such an imact on this card. LOVE it. Thank you so much for joining us in our Heart challenge at The Male Room this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.

    Faith The Male Room DT

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  16. I love the sparkly silver sentiment offset with white- very striking! Thanks for playing along with us at The Card Concept!

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  17. Beautiful card for your hubby, Pat! Agree that the black background really makes this more masculine. The heart is so pretty with the dry embossing and script stamping. xx

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  18. Love your valentine card.
    luv
    Debby

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  19. Your heart is perfect for your hubby, Pat! I love how you added so much texture and dimension to this card...a really fabulous masculine Valentine's Day card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion!

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  20. beautiful card...love all the textures, adds such interest.
    xx Karen

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  21. Simple yet so striking! Love the small script and the textured details! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Fusion!

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  22. This is gorgeous Pat and I can see that you love that 'Love' die as much as I do. I love the contrast between the red and black and the touch of silver looks superb. I'd just like to say a quick thank you while I'm her for your crafty love and support over the various different platforms that we both use. I really appreciate your visits. Crafty hugs, Sandra x

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  23. What a great love card for a man! Thanks for sharing your work with The Male Room. I hope you'll be inspired by our future challenges too!
    Regards,
    Maja DT at The Male Room
    My blog: Rilcek in Kljuncek

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  24. A super card for your hubby, Pat. A really striking design with the red heart against the black. xx

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