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2/07/2013

Valentine

Happy Thursday and I'm back with yet another quick Valentine card. This one is probably the fastest card I've ever made. I had these lovely laser diecut Valentine motifs that I had found while we were in Florida for Christmas. Just had to use one of them, and couldn't think of a way to use it as creatively as I see so many other cardmakers use these rub ons...so I just plopped it onto a nice piece of good quality textured black Bazzill, added some rub on sentiments, and zip! I'm done. Got to get these cards into envelopes, addressed & in the mail. Hope you'll like this one. Absolutely no copic coloring at all. <g>

5 comments:

  1. That lazer cut heat is gorgeous!
    Gosh, I will have to have a nosy in my textures file...I think I may have a sheet of hearts...mine are the old fashioned looking (read dated looking) hearts but I should try to use of of them up!

    Love a card that is quick and stress free!

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  2. Hi Mary, it looks nothing like a quick card, the detail in that laser cut is just amazing and your card is stunning! Hugs, Anne x

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  3. That's a rub on? wow, it's awesome! I love fast and easy cards, we all need them! waving hi from the hills of North Carolina ♥

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  4. Beautiful Mary, just beautiful! I love the delicate heart! Hugs!!

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  5. So stylish and elegant! Way to go!

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