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Heart's Desire!


The PTW challenge this week is:

"....please can we see some hearts (or a heart lol!) on your cards this week? Already done your Valentines cards? How about doing a wedding/anniversary/engagement or birthday card? We don't mind which - as long as there's a heart or two....or three....!!!......"

I've used a Rubadubadoo stamp coloured with Marvy pens and some glamour dust added to the large heart. This has been layered with my Nestabilities rectangles and two tiny Papermania sticky hearts added to the image. Paper is from Pink Petticoat and sentiment is Doodlebug (I think!) Ribbon and hearts are from my stash.

Comments

ink'n'rubba said…
lots of hearts! I like the striking red/white/black scheme you've used.
Stempelchaotin said…
Wow this is great. Fabulous stamp. Love it.
PaperBabe - Kim said…
Stunning card and really striking colours, Gorgeous!
steph said…
That's great Jo! Love the papers! (of course!) and the colours! Fab! x
Marlou said…
its gorgeous Jo!!! love it :) x
Andrea, said…
Fabulous card, love the papers and the cute image
love the stamp... great papers

caroline x
All Pink girl said…
Gorgeous card very stylish and cute ,Dawnx
Han said…
This is gorgeous such a cute stamp. I have sent you an award....its on my blog xx
Jackie said…
It's lovely :)
Jilli said…
Yet again another fab card!
Enfys said…
Oh I just love this. It's stunning - I'm glad I found your blog, I've bookmarked it, so I'll be back.

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