Monday, January 24, 2022

Sending You A Love Letter

It's a cold snowy Monday here in the Chicago area.. Today I'm sending a little TLC because we all need a little pick me up today! I'm also playing along at Dream Valley Challenges where they're looking for a little LOVE. I hope you find some time to play along!
My card is made with the Waffle Flower Love Letter Stamp set. I colored it up with Copic Markers. The matching die cut makes it easy to cut so you can do lots with it. If you love this image it's also available as a die cut.

I added the Love Letter image to a pierced lacy Scalloped Square die cut in white. The little pierces make this total eye candy.

The sentiment is from the same set. It includes lots of label maker sentiments that are one big stamp. You cut them ALL at the SAME time with the coordinating single die cut. I use the die every day for cutting other brands because it cuts all different length sentiments.
I like to color the flower petals vs blending the entire flower to give a stained glass look to the die.
I hope you stop by tomorrow when we'll be blog hopping and sharing the latest Waffle Flower release!

Finished Size 5” Square
Stamps | Waffle Flower 420511 Love Letter Stamp Set
Dies | Waffle Flower 420512 Love Letter Matching Die, 420518 Scalloped Squares

WFL = Waffle Flower
SSS = Simon Says Stamp

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Lisa Elton said...

Wonderful colors, this is a charming card!

Sandi MacIver said...

beautiful card and a fabulous release

sharon g said...

I like how you shaded your flowers with different colors, rather than just lighter versions of the same color. Really pretty flowers.

Christine Kiehl said...

Whoa! What a fantastic card! So big, bight and beautiful!

Jeanne Beam said...

Such a gorgeous card! The colors are amazing…
Thanks for sharing.

Shari Czerwinski said...

Beautiful coloring!

bzyPTmom said...

Great card--love the bright colors! Thanks for the inspiration.