Friday, January 24, 2014

From my Heart to yours!


With Valentine's Day coming up shortly we thought it would be a great idea to give you a head start with inspiration for creating some cards, over on the Imaginisce Blog. This week a bunch of the ladies have been sharing the love with some darling cards! Make sure you stop by the Imaginisce Blog for some sweet inspiration!

For my cards I used some Silhouette files, The rock tool and even recycling packaging product! Did you know that you can get Imaginisce files for your Silhouette? Well I did not until very recently, so I just had to try it.  Here is a quick Valentine’s Day card I created using “Imaginisce Hearts Design # 41943.” from the Silhouette Online store.


Make sure you check outs some Imaginisce files you will love them!


But I just couldn't stop there because I promised myself I would use my silhouette more this year. So with another file I made this card using Imaginisce packaging and the I-Rock Tool.



And just because I love to get messy I had to play with a little watercolor! I  created this card by simply painting the hearts from the first card and adding a bit of bling!



Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you have enjoyed my cards!

Make sure you stop by the Imaginisce Blog for some sweet inspiration from these amazing ladies!


Supplies:
Imaginisce Products Used: Pattern Paper-Christmas Colors, Packaging –My Baby, Gems- Hot Rocks, Tools – I-Rock.
American Crafts Products Used: Tazzel Glitter Tape, White Cardstock, Foam Adhesive, Double Sided Adhesive.

8 comments:

  1. Love these, Lanette. Gorgeous bling!

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  2. Oh my, this are lovely! Beautiful job!

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  3. Ohhhhhhhhh these are gorgeous!! I love love love all the hearts ... especially the pearl one!!!!

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  4. Super cute heart cards! I love all of them! They are stunning!

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  5. Super pretty cards Lanette! Congratulations once again on making the DT!!

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