Retro Rubber Challenge #55...
Just For You...

Love For House Of Cards...

Welcome to the February challenge at House of Cards! Our challenge this month is to make a card with a love theme, use the colors in the challenge image, or both!

  February Love theme or colors

I ended up with a card that did both. I die cut a white heart and then added a few smaller hearts to it.

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After I adhered the heart to the card, I decided to add a few more hearts. I was afraid I wouldn’t stop! LOL!

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Supplies: CS: SU! white, rose red, blushing bride, pink pirouette, and crumbcake. Dies: MFT stitchable hearts. SU! heart to heart punch. Stamps: SU! PS I love you. Other: SU! wooden elements, rhinestones, and enamel hearts.

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Nora

Oh I LOVE your card!! The layering of the hearts is fantastic!!

MeretheA

I like your clean style for this card Jane. I really enjoy to be back and working in the team again. Take care.

(✿◠‿◠) Ma (Merethe)
Teamie HOC
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Donna

What a pretty card, like how you added a wooden heart!

Mynn xx

Jane, this is darling! I LOVE the different heart shapes you used--and the wood accented with a rhinestone was a great finishing touch! Lovely creation, friend! Sending HUGS! :) Mynn xx

LeAnne

Aw....so sweet! I love the kraft background, gives it a country look! And I love country!

Michele K. Henderson

Jane, this is gorgeous! I LOVE the beautiful simplicity and clean lines of your card. Everything is perfectly in place!
Take Care!
Michele

Susan Renshaw

Love this Cas card!
Fabulous make for the House of Cards!
Susan
Teamie
Calling All Crafters! – My personal Blog!

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