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My Heart is Yours

Hello!  I have another card to share with you today.  I made this last week when I was able to sneak off to my craft room for a while.

 

2014-02-03 M VD Card WM

 

It was a really busy week.  My daughter played the clarinet at Band-O-Rama on Wednesday.  I was so proud of the kids. They all did a great job.  (Although I have to say I won’t miss her practicing the best of Queen on the clarinet.  Some things, like Queen and clarinets, just don’t go together.)     We also found out she was picked as a “Taste Agent” for Skratch Labs.  It is her first sponsorship/endorsement for fencing.  Yeah!  Mix in basketball practice, drama rehearsals, cheerleading for the boy’s basketball team, and playing the piano, she is one busy kid.   (I’ll take this moment to brag she is also on Honor Roll.)  I asked her if she like being so busy and if she was sure she wanted to participate in so many activities and I received a resounding “Yes!”.    As long as she keeps her grades up, I’m okay with it.

My job has been keeping me really busy all winter.  The new job I took last year is in logistics.  With all the terrible weather we have had across the country this year, it has really kept me on my toes and has cut into my crafting time.  I hope the groundhog was wrong and we see spring, and some better weather, soon.

That’s it for this week.  I’ll leave you with another look at my card.  Have a great week!

 

2014-02-03 M VD Card 2 WM

 

Supplies:

  • Stamps:  From the Paper Garden Valentine 2011 free digital stamps
  • Papers:  Papertrey kraft CS, misc. red CS, My Mind’s Eye Love Me 6x6 paper pad
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Stampin’ Up photo corners punch, Sweet N Sassy hearts dies, Papertrey canvas impression plate, Big Shot
  • Embellishments:  Lipstick Smooch Spritz, Berry Red sequins from My Craft Spot, misc. baker’s twine

 

Challenges:

Comments

Davi said…
Really pretty Cheryl, I like all the little tabs with the heart and the little swiff of splatter :)
Donna Mosley said…
Gorgeous card Cheryl, love the fab design.

Donna x
Wendy said…
Love the design, really gorgeous...Thanks for playing along with us at Di's Digi Designs Challenge this fortnight.
Wendy xx
Anita said…
This is beautiful Cheryl. I really love the spritzing. I'm with you - I'm ready for spring and hope that groundhog was soooo wrong!
Lin said…
Such a fun design, Cheryl! Thanks for sharing it with us at the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge!
Melanie Smith said…
Love those pennants!!! I found you on MIM Challenge blog. This was my first week participating. I am a new blogger. Would love to have you visit my blog as well. :-)
Sharon said…
What a stunning card. I may just case this one Cheryl, if that's ok (will acknowledge you). Thanks for the inspiration. hugs Sharon
DebiJ said…
Beautiful card!! I just love it...gorgeous colours & misting & flags...wow!
Thank you for playing along at 4 Crafty Chicks.
Debi - GD@4CC
Craftyanny said…
Very pretty Cheryl.
Thanks for playing along with That Craft Place
Anne x
Sue Crease said…
This is a lovely clean crisp card. Thanks for linking up with us over at MSC this time.
Sue
Hazel said…
A lovely idea and a super card. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT. Hazel x
A really beautiful card! I saw it on Make it Monday and just had to come by for a closer look!

Hugs, Melissa
Mari said…
A great idea! Your card is very beautiful :)
Thank you for joining us at Sunflowerfield Designs.
Hugs, Mari
Leanne said…
Awesome job! I love the flags and the paper you used. Nice touch with the twine and the heart. Way to go! Thanks for playing our Flags and/or Banners challenge at 4 Crafty Chicks!

Leanne DT@4CC!
Sandra H said…
Beautiful creation as always and you use the most beautiful images and layouts x
Pia S said…
I really like this design. The use of mist, the arrangement of the banners, the sequins - all these elements come together so perfectly on this card, which I spotted on MIM.
KristyLee said…
Cheryl,
Another super great card from you. I real do like this one, it's simple in a way but not. Love the spritzing! and of course am loving the sewn down banners! LOVE this Love card! Your amazing!
Peace,
Kristy
designermc said…
Great card, I love all the banners and the card design. Thanks for sharing this week at 613 Avenue Create.
Nancy,DT
Great card! Looks like you're ready for V-day! Thanks for sharing with us at 613 Avenue Create.
caroline said…
great card, thanks for joining us at craftitude, good luck
caroline dt
purplecinn said…
What a lovely card :) Love the spray at the top :) I need to find that paper pad lol. Glad you named it :) Thanks for joining us at Eclectic Ellapu - Purple
sammi said…
Great card! Love the banners and layout! Thank you so much for playing along with us in our "use a sentiment" challenge at Lacy Sunshine. We're so happy you joined us! Please visit us, again! ~~Sammibug~~ DT Member for Lacy Sunshine.
Chrissy said…
Fabulous card Cheryl and I love the colourful tags..such a great card design..
Thanks for sharing with us at Make it Monday..

Luv CHRISSYxx
Jo said…
Super card, lovely design.Thank you for joining us at the Cards Galore Encore Bling It Up Challenge#2
Lorraine said…
Hi Cheryl--your card is adorable, I made a similar style card and actually we used the same technique for the banner...in fact, I think we used some of the same papers :) ...take a peek if you like! Saw this on MIM! ~Lorraine ♥♥♥
Avril Ann said…
Hi Cheryl, this is a fabulous card, love the LO, and design, thank you for joining us at Open-Minded Crafting Fun, best of luck xxx
Granmargaret said…
Lovely card. Thank you for joining the challenge at Craftitude
Maroeska said…
Hi Cheryl! Lovely card, I really like the design. And congratulations with your pick at 4 Crafty Chicks. Well done!
What a lovely card Cheryl. I love the mix of Kraft and reds and those banner flags are just lovely too. The sentiment is very nice indeed...not too mushy.

Thanks for joining us this week at One Stitch at a Time. Good luck, and Happy Valentine's Day.

Lynn, OSAAT DT
Sheena Brooks said…
Beautiful card - love the layout and the paper combo. Thanks for joining us for our anything goes challenge at the sister act card challenge! Sheena B
Love this card! The spraying effect is just perfect!!! Love the banners as well. Wow what an accomplished daughter you have!!! You have every reason to be proud!!!

Thanks for joining our fortnightly challenge here at Open Minded Crafting Fun Challenge. Hope you will join us next time co-owner Crafting Vicky. I’m doing a little giveaway to celebrate 500 followers come and join in http://crafting-vicky.blogspot.ca/2014/02/woooow-celebration-in-order-its-500.html
Susan Kennedy said…
Wow!! You have been busy.. but I have always heard that about band parents! Especially marching band LOL Sounds like fun. And sponsorship/endorsement for fencing!! HOW exciting!! Does she like it? My son has wanted to try fencing. LOL And then all of the other stuff .. yikes!! I get it with drama LOL My son is in drama. She is definitely a busy kid! and SMART! Thats awesome! And I love your card! Love the red spray on the kraft paper! Love those banners too!! I was just thinking I need to order some sequins!! Love it!! Thanks so much for playing along with us at Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges!!! Good Luck! I hope we see you again!!

- Susan, Co-Owner @ Open-Minded Crafting Fun Challenges
{Scrap A Thousand Words}
I love the simplicity of this card and also the kraft card and papers are perfect together. Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week. Jennie x
Kay Dalton said…
love this design so cute,thanks for joining us at That Craft Place challenge x
MagsB said…
A fabulous card, Cheryl! The banners are amazing! Thanks for joining in at The Squirrel and the Fox!

love Mags B x

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