Heart You

I have had this DZ Doodles image, heart you, on my desk for a while now. I decided I needed to use it for two reasons: 1) I didn't want it begging me to be made into a card anymore and 2) I didn't have a lot of time to color today. That is why I like to color images ahead of time. It was nice that this one was ready and so versatile. I could use it with any paper pack. I {heart} this paper pack from CTMH called That's Amore. The reds and chocolate...yummy!

This is the first time I used my liquid pearls. The downfall I have with them is patience....I have none. I let it dry (a little), but not enough. A couple smudged. I will have to walk away next time and do something else. It is really hard to wait for something to dry, when I am putting my card together.

I made the flowers from my Pazzles Inspiration to match the pattern paper. Love those!

Here is a close up of the flower I made with my Pazzles Inspiration. I haven't used that machine in over a year. I think I am going to sell it on ebay. I like the machine, but I just don't have time to work with it like I need to do. I played with it this afternoon and really liked the flower combinations I made with it, but don't want to take the time to learn everything it does. Believe me...it does a ton! I am going to go back to my punches.

Materials used: All materials CTMH unless noted.

Paper - That's Amore level 2, vineyard berry cs, blush cs

Ink - Copics

Stamp set - Heart You (DZ Doodles)

Accessories - vineyard berry bigger brad, chocolate designer ribbon series, pop dots (SU), Labels One Nestabilities (Spellbinders), baby pink liquid pearls (Ranger)

Take time to create!

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Alanna said...

This is very pretty. What a unique image and it looks great. I love the flowers that you made. Don't you wish that technology didn't come with such a huge learning curve sometimes?

Sharli said...

How sweet!!! Love it!

Lynn Mercurio said...

Fantastic card, Kim...I love your flower, but know what you mean about not using your machine enough...I'm the same way with my Cricut...Awesome card!

Jeanne said...

"Love"-ly card, Kim! What a great image and what a fantastic job you did with the card. Love those flowers! Too bad the machine isn't working out for you, but I completely understand!

Have a super weekend.