Wednesday, November 17, 2010

A Heartfelt Faith Kind of Day

I can't type for long today.  I have a head cold, and typing is making my faucet drip, if you know what I mean!  I made this card for Heartfelt Creations and details for the instructions can be found at the Heartfelt Creations blog;


Go ahead a have a peek there for the terrific design team creations.

stamps; HCPC 3309 Faith Heb. 11:1 (heartfelt creations)
paper; Tim Coffey fall (K&Co), Pinecone, walnut cream (bazzill)
ink; espresso adirondack (ranger)
accessories; HCD 702 Decorative Butterfly-Border Diecuts (heartfelt creations), classic circle, eyelet circle nestabilities (spellbinders), ribbon (may arts), brown glitter (art institute glitter), square rhinestones (basic grey), butterfly charm (unknown)

6 comments:

Stamping Becky said...

Wow! So very beautiful!! I love the text on the dp and those square rhinestones. You did a great job with the circle sentiment. (OK, I'm writing an essay here... there are so many details to talk about!) The butterfly cut-out and charm is so delightful, and the bow is lovely!

Tammy E. said...

Such a pretty card. Great colors, and the butterfly is very elegant.

HappyCrafter said...

This is so beautiful! I am super impressed with how you layered those images into the circles, looks fabulous! Take care and get better soon!!

GlitterEmm said...

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velta said...

Hello Sweet girl...I do not get to visit often, but when I do...I am always smiling...you are such a creative artist and this card is no exception. Your embellishments are such an addition and so add to the beauty of this card! Hope you and yours are doing well :)

Olga said...

no fun getting sick this time of the year, take care, your card is absolutely gorgeous!!!! Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

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