forth by LeAnne.
Last week I received my most recent Stampin' Up! order in which I had ordered the new Honeycomb Textured Impressions Embossing folder. I could hardly wait to get it in my
hands and play with it.
Loving to use music in my work, I decided to fill some of the cells with hexagons of music.
I then turned it into a Valentine by adding the gorgeous heart from the You Are Loved
stamp set. (sigh -- don't you just love the images in this set?)
One of the newest In Colors, Raspberry Ripple, joined up with black and Naturals White
to result in a pretty classy card.
I added Basic Pearls to the centers of a few of the flowers. Then, to add a bit more dimension and interest, I stamped the bird on Naturals White, cut it out, and popped it up over the bird
on the heart with a piece of Stampin' Dimensional.
Here is the sketch my Valentine was based on:
That is so pretty. I love how you used the music paper with the honeycomb folder.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Christina. You're sweet. :>)Delete
oh that is just so beautiful!!! What a talent you have.ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing with us at "In and Out of the Kitchen Link Up Party" with Feeding Big.
Oh, thank you! You make me feel like smiling! :>)Delete
Very pretty....that is a gorgeous heart image and I love your sweet little popped-up bird! The musical embellishments are perfect with the Valentine theme. Thanks for playing with my Paper Players sketch this week!ReplyDelete
Thank you, LeAnne! And thanks for letting me play with the Paper Players! :>)Delete
This is beautiful. Found you on In and out of the Kitchen.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Marlys! I so appreciate it! :>)Delete
Hello, I found your work at Watcha Work up Wednesday...So glad I did! This is absolutely beautiful. I like how you incorporated the music notes! Very original!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Selene! I really appreciate your nice comment! :>)Delete
Linda, I love the addition of the music in the background. So sweet! And that popped out bird is beautiful. THanks for playing along with The Paper Players this week.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Brian! Yeah, I thought the popped up bird went well. :>)Delete
Absolutely aweseome! I love the music notes placed inside the hexagons! Thanks for playing with The Paper Players!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Ann. I love using music in my work! :>)Delete
Thank you! :>)Delete
Beautiful! I love how you used the music in the background and the layered bird. So pretty!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Laurie. I'm happy with how it turned out. :>)Delete
That's just gorgeous!ReplyDelete
Why, thank you, Ellen! So nice of you to say! :>)Delete
Just perfectly gorgeous! I think you outdid yourself on that one. Simply wonderful. The bird is great popped out like that, and the honeycomb with the MUSIC is so perfect. LOVE music paper! You should be proud of yourself!!!ReplyDelete
Doni, you always say the most "perfectly gorgeous" things! Thank you!! :>)Delete
Linda, I love how you added the musical DSP to the hexagon background and the popped-up bird is gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining us this week at the Paper Players! :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, Anne. And thank you for letting me play along with the Paper Players! :>)Delete
Super pretty, love the honeycomb.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Kerstie! :>)Delete
What a lovely card! So glad you shared it at Shine on Fridays!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Amy. What a lovely thing to say! :>)Delete
I'd say there is a lot of interest in this card. Prettiness and interest! Thanks for sharing this pretty card. Your friend, LindaReplyDelete
Thank you, my friend, Linda! :>)Delete
I love all of your link ups today - but this is my favourite. It's beautiful :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for linking up!
Sarah @ A Cat-Like Curiosity
Thank you, Sarah. Such a nice thing to say! :>)Delete
Oh, this is really cool, too! I like the cut outs with the music showing behind. Very neat.ReplyDelete
Thanks, Natasha! The music seemed like the perfect choice! :>)Delete
Wow - this is really gorgeous!! Nice job. Thanks for linking up at Romance on a dime!!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Betsy! I love gorgeous! You make me smile. :>)Delete
Very pretty especially with the music!ReplyDelete
Thank you, Marji. Yes, I agree that the music was a natural. :>)Delete
Very pretty! I love the different elements!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Diana. You're always sweet. :>)Delete
Beautiful! Thanks for sharing at Bacon Time!ReplyDelete
Thanks, Mindie! And thank you for letting me share at Bacon Time! :>)Delete