January 6, 2010

Love You Much - Herringbone


With Valentine's right around the corner, I thought I'd better get busy and create a few more cards!  Speaking of Valentine's, I'll have more to projects to share with you for the Creative Cuts and More Blog Hop, using some of their great die cuts, so be sure to check back!

For this card, I used some retired Candy Lane DSP from Stampin' Up! and the Herringbone Technique.  This technique is great for giving life to those old papers you might have laying around!  The image is from Stampin' Up!'s Love you Much.  I inked the stamp with markers, then stamepd on Neenah Ivory card stock, once dry, I added color to the open areas with markers, and a Red Half Pearl to the flower. 

A quick and easy valentine for my sweetie!

Details:
Stamps - Stampin' Up! Love you Much
Ink - Markers, Chocolate Chip
Card Stock - Chocolate Chip, Neenah Ivory, Riding Hood Red
Other  - Red Pearl, Sponge Dauber, Dimensionals, Candy Lane DSP


5 comments :

Erin Smetak said...

Cute cute cute!!!!
And thanks for the sweet comments on my blog!!!! That was so nice of you to take the time!!!

Ellis said...

Cool card, never seen herringbone technique before! =)
Hugs, Elenor

Gerrie Johnnic said...

Very Valentine-ie! I'll be waiting for mine! smilez....

njburk said...

Hi Lisa--I love the look of this technique--and that its a great way to use up some scraps. Think I"ll have to find out more about it and then use it for my club later this month.
Thanks much!!! Nola

Shelly Schmidt said...

Such a great BG tech. I love your card!

 
Real Time Web Analytics