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Thanks for visiting my blog. As the title suggests, I love to scrapbook, stamp, and sing! I will share cards and scrapbook pages I create, as well as information about my music - Barbershop harmony.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Guest spot at Die Cut Divas

Hi all - I'm excited to be featured this week at Die Cut Divas!!  My friend, Hannah Nicole, whom I met at the Hero Arts Flickr group almost 5 years ago invited me to be a guest.  So, check it out if you have a chance.

Now, I have tons of dies - I just don't use them as much as I should.  The die on the card below is from Impression Obsession, called Floral Lace Heart.  I just found it at Anchor Paper the other day and thought it would be a nice addition to my stash.  I glued it to a piece of patterned paper, cut around it and then matted it on red and cut around it.  Pop dotted it onto a Bo Bunny doily.

Valentine heart

The background is a Hero Arts cling stamp for Basic Grey's Kneehighs collection called the Tiny Heart Background sent to me by sweet Tami Hartley - thanks again, Tami!!.  Oops, it's upside down - so hard to tell when you're stamping at 1 a.m. LOL!  Ah well, I got it right when I made another card...  Patterned paper is from Authentique.  The sentiment is from an absolute fave clear set by Hero Arts called Celebrate Everyday.  So handy with all the holidays in this set!  The little grey enamel hearts are from My Mind's Eye and the silver metallic accents are from Hero Arts.

Thanks for stopping and be sure to stop by Die Cut Divas if you get a chance.  Thanks again to Hannah for inviting me to be a guest and to Arlene and Dawn and all the other Divas!!

4 comments:

Robin K. said...

Such a pretty Valentine! That's a lovely die cut heart and I love how you matted it against pp!

Dawn Turley said...

gorgeous card Linda. And I loved your interview at Die Cut Divas. So happy we got to know a bit more about you.

CinnamonSally said...

Congrats on your interview over at Die Cut Divas Linda, I enjoyed reading about you. Love your card too, that heart is so pretty!

Heather Maria said...

I've just visited the Die Cut Diva and thoroughly enjoyed reading your interview and looking at all of your fabulous cards! This card is fabulous too - wonderful layering and inking and just such a brilliant combination of elements! I hadn't even noticed that the hearts were upside down in the background (they still look gorgeous) and it's not even 1am here!