Monday, January 14, 2008

Heart Pocket Cards


Today for SCS's Technique Lover's Challenge, we made fun pocket heart cards! Mine is for an upcoming wedding I have to attend in Feb., so this challenge was perfect! It's also ideal for Valentine's day cards and fun projects for the kids!

Printable heart pocket pattern and challenge details:


Embellishments here: Stampin Up! chocolate satin ribbon, Creating Keepsakes beaded stick pin, Making Memories metal plaque, Cosmo Cricket flower punch-outs and Imaginisce itsy bitsy bling flower in red. Designer pattern papers include Roses and Lace from Paper Pizzazz, pink Two Scoops by Basic Grey and chocolate velvet paper.

9 comments:

Deb said...

I love this it's awesome!! The the papers, the pin, the plaque, everything!! Really gorgeous!!

Neva said...

Linsey, this is awesome, love the vintage look and the hat pin is devine. GORGEOUS. Great job

JenMarie said...

WOW, so very beautiful!!

JAR said...

Gorgeous job, Linsey!! Beautiful details and pin!

Joani said...

OMG! Linsey, I love your blog. Your work is awesome!!
I'm glad "you" found "me" to find "you"... :)
Hugs,
Joani

My Paper World said...

This is BEAUTIFUL! and the pin is gorgeous!

Rosella said...

WOW! This is awesome! Love the colors and the pin. Makes it kind of look vintagy!

crafty goddess said...

This is really creative. It has so many fun elements to it. WOW!

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