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So Suzy - Thank You

Hi Everyone,
our February theme at So Suzy is masking and "Someone Special", so I made a card fitting both requirements.


I used this versatile So Suzy Thank You stamp on my card:

That's how I started:


die cutting my heart and triangle masks.


I then sponged with various inks, shifting my triangle fro the center outwards

until the entire heart was filled with color.

Heat embossed the sentiment onto black card stock and drew a white gel pen line down the center of my heart.

Lastly added splatters and sequins as well as silver embroidery thread. 

I hope you liked this!
If you have missed the mirror stamp event, you may want to check it out!!! So may cool ideas from all the DT girls!

Linking up with:
Uniko Studio - anything goes with a twist of love
House of Cards - love theme 
  

Happy Masking!



Comments

Flo said…
Einzigartig!!!
Herzen gehen immer und sind auch immer gefragt. Dieses hier besonders.
Liebe Grüße
Nancy said…
You used so many wonderful techniques on your beautiful card, Cornialia!
I really like the combination, especially the embroidery thread and the sequins!
Thanks for joining our challenge at House of Cards! :o)
conil said…
Holy cow...I cannot tell you how much I love this card and the tutorial. I'll most definitely, be stealing...er...trying this technique.
cindybearj said…
Very cool card! This would cheer anyone up!
Teresa Doyle said…
WOW, a great card and tutorial. TFS!
Teresa Doyle said…
A great card and tutorial. TFS!
Mimi said…
Wow... super-duper rad! I am dazzled by the way the splatters made this already impressive inky heart even more cool!
papierelle said…
Wunderschön und tolle Technik!!
Rahmat said…
Fabulous inking, love the beautiful colors, totally nailed it, thanks for joining us at Uniko.
Sarn said…
Brilliant card - it really jumped out at me on the Uniko thumbnails. Thanks for sharing how you achieved it.

Hugs, Sarn xxx
Sazzle Dazzle said…
Swooning and this awesome BEAUTY Cornelia. You never cease to amaze with your attention to detail, use of colour and fantastic magical inspiration every time. Love it and thanks for playing with us at Uniko this month. Sarah
Lindsey said…
Fabulous a real stunner!
craftysahmiam said…
Thank you for sharing how you achieved the rainbow heart image on your lovely card with us at House of Cards
Rocky said…
Gorgeous! A rainbow heart with splatters...couldn't get any better, clever too. Thank you for sharing it with us at HOC.
Beverley said…
LOVE how you inked & built this heart shape. So creative and loving the colours. The added embroidery floss is wonderful and perfectly placed, something I struggle at when I've tried! Thanks so much for sharing and joining in on the Uniko Challenge. My apologies for coming by and commenting so late. Hugs Bev x

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