And who would not be singing after looking at the inspiration photo from Fusion's Two Hearts Challenge? Who?
I tried something totally different this time as my supply of wood-grain paper is coming to an end. I found a similar colored cardstock from American Crafts in my stash of papers, inked up a wood-grain embossing folder from Darice with a bit of Versamark + grey ink and ran it through my Cuttlebug... I am thrilled with the results. What do you think?
"Hoping doesn't seem to make a difference.
But you, and prayer, never fail to make me feel better!
Thanks for being such a true friend."
Supplies: Smokey Slate CS from PTI; SSS, MFT, and Paper Smooches sentiment dies.
Gorgeous! Love the addition of the pink heart
Love the pink and black against the wood grain. The little heart peeking under the larger...darling detail. Nice crisp sentiment too! Love.
Now you have an endless supply of 'woodgrain' hooray!! What a fab card Michele!
Dry embossing woodgrain patterned paper...excellent. Love this card and is that lyrics to Endless Love? Now that's a blast from the past.
Beautiful, Michele! Love the pink against the woodgrain.
Just stop! Your brilliance is showing me up, card after fantastic card! Love that goldy brown and that splash of a pink heart here. I think the black base really makes your whole creation just pop. Dang girl! Love it!! Nice pop-up comment window, btw! ; ) Bev
Wow! I am loving that look you got from the wood embossing folder! That is so amazing looking, I want to reach out and run my fingers over your card Michele! lol Love it and love the dies you used as well as your sentiment. Hugs, Brenda
PS I'm still singing too! lol Another good one this morning on the Today show, "I know...this love is...true...
Awesome!! Love that wood grain and pink heart:)
Wonderful card. I love how you made your own woodgrain paper. It's fantastic. And, I like the trio consisting of 2 stars and a heart.
Seriously, girl? Making your own fantastic wood paper? You are just too clever for words. The whole design of this card is terrific.
Such a pretty card! Love the woodgrain background and pretty die cut sentiment!
How brilliant and gorgeous is this Michele! The texture is beyond amazing! ♥♥♥
So pretty Michele. Love the wood grain background with black and pink... the die-cut word looks fantastic.
Good grief, I thought it was actually real wood, like a veneer! I think that means your experiment was a success and needs to be repeated....awesome card!
I ordered these dies, but the stamps were OOS.... I love how you used them!
Seriously, this wood veneer is made from an embossing folder? Sheer genius and soooo pretty! Another word die I'm going to track down...Crushing all over this!
Love the woodgrain ... and such an encouraging sentiment ... so glad you joined us a Fusion Card Challenge.
Awesome woodgrain, Michele ... and such sweet detailing ... love the double hearts tucked into the loopy 'g'! Anita :)
Stunning woodgrain and even more stunning card...love all you fabulous details.
Smitten with that yummy woodgrain background and the contrast of the flowy (yes thats a real word LOL) cursive font sentiment. Really striking!
Congratulations for another notch in your winner's belt, Michele!! Hugs, Darnell
A deserved victory. The card is beautiful. Congratulations :-)
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