Thursday, 12 February 2015

Seize The Birthday - Hearts and/or Arrows


Oh, look - it's another pink chipboard heart!  This time I've stamped the Awesome (STAMPlorations Hashtag Authentic) across the white card, stamped it again on to scratch paper as a placer, placed the heart into position on the scratch paper and stamped onto the heart.  The rest of the sentiment is from Sentiment Builders: Happy.  There isn't an 'an' in the set, it's part of 'anniversary' selectively inked and very carefully stamped off the block (because I had already stuck down the heart!).

Apologies for the poor photo quality.  I've spent hours trying to get/edit a decent photo with little success.  Geri, I'm feeling your pain!  I'm putting it down to the quality of the card in this case.  And the grey skies.

Anyway, come and join us at Seize The Birthday - Hearts and/or Arrows!


7 comments:

  1. Shirley, hope you are pleasantly surprised to know your photo turned out beautifully on my Computer. Love how you stamped your sentiments. TFS the explanation. Those are the sort of things I often do too! xoxoxo Nancy

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  2. Well, this is one awesome card!

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  3. Wow! That's some pretty impressive slicing & dicing to create "an". It's perfect! Nice mix of somewhat grunge lettering with a tidy heart!

    Honestly, the photo looks perfect (on my work computer). The 'pinks' (both on the card and the backdrop) are a nice clear, true color. I'm anxious to get home and see if I notice a difference on my laptop. Will keep you posted.

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  4. Love this, Shirley ! Your photo looks great on my computer!

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  5. Gorgeous CAS card but the way you have stamped the sentiment over the heart adds a real Wow factor! Love it :)

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  6. Looks good here, Shirley ... actually it looks fabulous! Yummy heart, love the single sequin ... and thanks so much for explaining how to do the stamping ... it's been evading me forever! Anita :)

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  7. I think it looks awesome...the card and the photo!! Great work Shirley!!

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