Jan 14, 2016

Folk Heart Die Again (Ellen Hutson Mix It Up Challenge #2)


I was inspired to make this card after I saw Julie Ebersole make this one on the Ellen Hutson classroom blog.  Gorgeous isn't it?


 
Isn't stamping fun?  I make a bunch of junk all the time, and toss it, but every once in a while it comes together.  When it does, it makes it worth the money and time.

Stamped the Penny Black All You Need heart image on watercolor paper.  Used Ranger Archival Black, then Versamark, and then clear embossing powder.  Die cut the watercolored panel with this awesome Essentials by Ellen Folk Heart die designed by Julie Ebersole.

Masked the card by making a frame and speckled black ink into the middle of the frame, and then adhered the heart.



Because I used an Essentials by Ellen product (the die) and a My Favorite Things Product (a sentiment from Pretty Poppies), I'm entering this in the Essentials by Ellen January Mix it Up challenge.

MOOD WHEN DONE = Happy!

14 comments:

  1. you should be HAPPY - that is one gorgeous card!! this is going on my pinterest board!!

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  2. It's beautiful! I love the ink splatters in the background and the heart is gorgeous.

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  3. YES!! Stampning is fun:)) don't through anything away...it might be useful later, somehow.
    This little heart is lovely, warm and cozy:))

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  4. Wow, this is so pretty! Love the ink splatters contained to the masked off area! How smart!

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  5. So, so pretty! Love everything about the card - the little heart, the flowers, the colors, and of course, the ink splatters! Masking it off is such genius!

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  6. Oh, it came together, alright! It came together beautifully!

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  7. You sure have a motive to be happy... this card is absolutely amazing, just like Julie's card, although yours stand out by itself! LOVE!

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  8. Very nice! Gorgeous heart, and I love the dimension of the clear emboss!

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  9. Gorgeous designing Joan! Love it!

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