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Saturday, 14 February 2015

Love & Inspiration...Happy Valentine's Day!

Happy Valentine's Day! 

This is one of my favorite holidays. It makes me giggle. Then I start to shake...then I get inspired which lead to today's project!


We were challenged this month to lift a fellow design teammate's art. I love Nikki Smith's work and took guidance from her project from last month


Lamp Photos by Nikki Smith

I love the pattern of the butterflies. It's linear but still seems free-floating. I take the same approach with the hearts I use on my card for today. This card is inspired by Valentine's Day, Nikki's butterfly pattern, and I must give a nod to Nichol Magourik for her tutorial on Shaker Border Cards.

I used Pink Fizz embossing powder, Melt-It and the Ornate Heart mold to create the focal point embellishment of my card. 


I used super fine opaque white embossing powder for the sentiment I made from a few words in the "It's all Relative" stamp set from Wow! Look at the amazing definition from our Wow! Embossing Powders!

The shaker card came together relatively easy and is a beautiful finished piece! 


Have you been inspired by our team's work? Please share! 

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Have a terrific weekend! 
XOXO





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1 comment:

  1. Aww thank you Jen.
    I love the inspiration that you have taken from my project and what you have then created with it! It's beautiful x

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