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Mosaic Heart

I could not resist to play in the Paper Smooches challenge  - with such a pretty inspiration picture.


I made my card a few days ago, but waited to post it, since I wanted to surprise my sister - I made it for her. I had to just copy that heart  - too tempting not to.... I used a Lifestyle Crafts die, which cuts out squares and then I cut it by hand into triangles. 


I tried it on a grey background, but in the end liked the white better with just a little bit of grey sponging around the heart. 


 The sentiment is from Paper Smooches - Sentiment sampler. I added some sequins for extra sparkle. gold triangles I used shimmer paper -- looks really pretty in real life.

I am also linking this card up with Bizzy Becs - "LOVE/FRIENDSHIP"....... 
Time-out challenge - Love and/or Friendship
Snippets Playground - us a snippet

Comments

Susanne Vargas said…
That card is fabulous! As is the inspiration photo - I filed it away for the future...
sandie said…
So clever Cornelia, the sponged grey was a fab idea x
Sian Ridley said…
I hope your sister loves this card because it is super! You're right, the inspiration is perfect and I love your take on it :)
Di said…
Now that is what I call clever Cornelia! Great use of snippets and a lovely result. I see what you mean about the grey sponging - it works so well!

Hugs, Di xx
Ryn Tanaka said…
Great take on the photo! That's a beautiful card!
Barbara said…
I am the lucky recipient of this card and I love it. It even came with chocolate. Thank you, Conni!
Monika Reeck said…
woow this is really looks like the Picture Inspiration you have a great idea Cornelia..ich mag diese Karte...hugs...
Taheerah said…
The sponging was a great idea! Really adds just enough definition around your gorgeous heart! Thanks so much for playing along with the Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge!!
Kim Heggins said…
Cornelia...you always just amazing me with your incredible creations, and this one is fabulous.
OHHH! What a great card-- I love that you were inspired by the heart and recreated it! LOOOOOOOOVE the shadow! Your sister will love this card:) THANKS so much for joining in the fun and playing along with us over at the Paper Smooches SPARKS challenge!! Hope you join in the fun again this week (Anything Goes)!
Mish-Mash-Moo said…
What a great inspiration photo - you have pulled it off beautifully! Thanks for entering Bizzy Bec's challenges. Look forward to seeing more of your work. Michelle

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