On Thurday I made a card without line stamps and Copic Markers. I haven’t done that in a long time. I just love to color and have a hard time not to use it on my cards.

I made this card for Thursday’s Way to Use it Challenge as well as with the sketch from last weeks Waltzingmouse Sketch challenge.  I started with cutting Tissue paper with the Blossom Spellbinders die and stamping them with Crafty Secrets Artsy Banner stamp in Vintage Photo distress ink.  An Antique Brad was put through all layers and the edges were sponged with Vintage Photo ink.

A heart was cut and embossed out of Classic White Neenah cardstock with Spellbinders Classic Heart die. The edges were sponged with Vintage Photo distress ink and the sentiment from Crafty Secrets Sweet Kids was stamped in the center with Rich Cocoa Memento Ink.  The heart was layered on a piece of Neenah Canyon Brown cardstock that had been cut and embossed with Scallop Heart die. The edges of the sponged heart were paper pierced.

A 3 1/2″ square of Graphic 45 Once Upon A Springtime was stitched to a 3/16″ bigger piece of Canyon Brown cardstock, after it’s upper corners were rounded. Melissa Frances lace from the Beige Ribbon collection was adhered to the bottom of that layer and the heart and flower were attached to it with dimensionals.

A 3 3/4″ x 5″ piece of Once Upon A Springtime paper was stitched to a 3/16″ bigger piece of Canyon Brown paper before the layers were adhered to the card base, a 4 1/2″ x 11 1/2″ piece of textured Kraft cardstock folded in half.

Latte Kaisercraft Pearls finish off the card. Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
Hugs and smiles

Beate

Stay at Home Mom of Three, Splitcoast Team Member and Copic and Spellbinders die Lover.

21 Responses to “Thinking of you … with music in my heart”

  1. Lovely card..great elements! Love the flower.

  2. It goes without saying that I love your copic work, but I must say, this is stunning. That tissue flower is gorgeous.

    Way to rock a “non-copic” card.

  3. Wonderful flower Beate, love the colors and all the wonderful details…Happy sunday!;)

  4. Beate, this is so pretty. With or without Copics, your work is phenomenal. I so love that Springtime paper! Thanks so much for sharing, and inspiring, once again! Have a nice Sunday 🙂

  5. This is gorgeous, Beate! What beautiful details and such a lovely design. Love the vintage feel.

  6. This is gorgeous, Beate! Your details are gorgeous and your design is lovely. Love the vintage feel!

  7. Beautiful card! I know what you mean about reaching for the Copics each time I make a card!

  8. Stunning, so sophisticated

  9. Stunning Beate. I love the sheet music on the flower and the different colored stitching. 🙂
    Hugs~

  10. Beate your work is always exceptional and and inspiration to me. This is just an awesome piece of artistry. Thank you so much for the sweet comment on my blog.

  11. I have a HARD time making cards where I don’t get to color…I just love it!! This is gorgeous, though!!!

  12. This is gorgeous! I do love your work!

  13. I like the details that were put in the card! It is really pretty!

  14. Beautiful! Fabulous sponging, elements and design! I know you love to colour but you’ve created a fabulous card here, without it!!

  15. Beautiful vintage feel, love the pearls with the lace and all the matting in black!

  16. Oh, this is just so pretty! Soft and elegant, and very vintage. Ilove it!

  17. Your card is beautiful, love the vintage look and feel, the pearls are awesome and all that beautiful stitching, cute sentiment. Beautiful work.

  18. really enjoy all the fun things you do-thank you for sharing your talent with us!

  19. this is such a beauty, Beate! so soothing and elegant. love it!

  20. Very very nice and elegant.
    I love it !

  21. This card is Fabulous Beate!!! I just love everything about it the colors the heart, flowers, pearls…ahhh all the things I love! You do lovely work.

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