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Wednesday, 8 July 2020

Our Anniversary

Hi there everyone.  It was our 38th anniversary recently and this was my card for hubby.  I utilised the leftover negative heart shape, the positive of which was used on my recently shown green anniversary card, and ink blended through it onto a piece of white card using Fired Brick Distress Ink.  With the mask still in place I stamped using a recently acquired Crafty Individuals image called Baroque Splatter Script using my Versafine Clair Nocturne Ink.


I then cut this down to fit a 6" square card and added little bubble hearts using the Floral Heart set and second generation Nocturne Ink, and also a small splatter stamp from Freedom Flower using Fired Brick DI, again second generation ink.

I then finished with the sentiment using the Nocturne Ink and added a bit of the Fired Brick on the two little hearts and ink blended this around the edges too.

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Thank you for joining me here today and I hope to see you again soon.







I  am entering the following challenges:

Crafty Creations July Challenge - No. 411 Anything Goes.
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14 comments:

  1. A belated Happy Anniversary, Pat. Fabulous card for your hubby, the large heart makes a beautiful focal point. xx

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  2. Congratulations on your anniversary Pat! What a wonderful milestone. Your card is lovely, I love all the stamped details, I must remember to vary the depth of inking with 2nd generation stamping too, it's so effective on your card, Cathy x

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  3. Beautiful and clever Anniversary card, Pat for your DH. I am sure he loved it as it was full of Love:-) TFS Stay Safe and Creative. Hugs..Nancy

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  4. Congratulations on your recent anniversary. Your card is lovely and I'm sure your hubby thought so too.
    Kath x

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  5. Some great stamping on this lovely card - loving the script stamp, I do like a bit of script in designs

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  6. FABULOUS make Pat - pretty sure hubby will have love it ... and a belated Happy Anniversary to you and your husband, I hope you had a lovely day despite possibly not being the day your might have planned!

    Happy Thursday

    Kathyk

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  7. Your hubby must have loved this card for him! It is gorgeous and I love the way you created the background for this beautiful heart, perfect match!

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  8. Happy anniversary!! How wonderful! Your card is terrific and I'm sure your husband was thrilled with it, I hope you had a lovely day!

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  9. Happy Anniversary Pat...I'm sure your hubby loved his gorgeous card perfect for a man..Hope you both enjoyed your day

    Anne

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  10. Happy belated anniversary Pat x.
    I like how you built up the heart with the blending and the stamping of that fabulous baroque stamp. A beautiful Anniversary card and so unique and wonderful for your husband x.

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  11. Happy Anniversary Pat, I hope you both had a wonderful day and your Huns would just love this beautiful creation, fabulous colouring and design, Kate x x

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  12. Happy Anniversary Pat, beautiful card and love the stamping inside of the die cut stencil.

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  13. Happy Anniversary Pat!! What a beautiful card you've made for your hubby. I LOVE the large heart sponged with Fired Brick with stamping over top. GORGEOUS!! xx

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  14. Happy Belated Anniversary! Gorgeous card....hope you celebrated a happy day.
    xx Karen

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