Sunday, 17 January 2016

For My Heart

Morning.

Thanks so much to everyone who left me a comment yesterday about the woodgrain tutorial.  A big thanks and welcome to my new followers as well....very appreciated!
I'm so happy that some of you have already tried it!!  That makes me happy.

Today, I have another card I made using the woodgrain/ barnboard background for my card front.  
(If you missed how to create this simple, easy background see yesterday's post.) 

With Valentine's Day approaching, I got out some of the new products from Penny Black to make a fun little tag for the front of my card keeping it very clean and simple.
I began by die-cutting that heart and arrow from the set called Sweet Heart.  
I didn't have a small enough tag die, so I hand cut one, glued on the heart and stamped the sentiment from the new set called Happy Hearts underneath.  


 I am adding my card to these challenges:

 The Male Room- ANYTHING GOES

 The Card Concpt- WARM HEART
cas

Addicted to Stamps- ANYTHING GOES

Tag You're It- INSPIRATION TAG




Thanks so much for coming by and taking a look.

Supplies:  stamps and die- Penny Black/ Elmer's glue/ ScorPal/ Cuttlebug

23 comments:

  1. Another beautiful card with amazing BG!

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  2. Oh, I love this one too! The background is awesome in the blue too! Soon I have to try this. I think that is idea for the masculine cards.

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    1. No blue was used on this card...amazing how the colours blended.

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  3. I love how you create these backgrounds. I will be checking out your video. This works so well with this baby tag and the red heart just pops. Thanks for joining TCC

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  4. Karen, this one is gorgeous too! Would you share which distress inks you used on this panel? I can't wait to try this out, but don't think I have any liquid glue in the house!

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  5. Fantastic background, perfect with this sweet tag, Cathy x

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  6. So adorable, and I love that wood grain background! I haven't had the time to study your wood grain tutorial but I saved it and am going to give it a try when I have time, tfs.

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  7. Another fantastic background Karen! Love the weathered wood look with the grays and blacks. The sweet tag with the bit of red just pops off that background. Adorable!! xx

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  8. Drooling here, Karen. I love it!

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  9. Hi Karen! Your woodgrain background is stunning...it really stands out in the gallery! I love the pop of red with your heart and arrow, and your tag is charming! Thanks so much for playing along with us this week at ATSM!
    Off I go to check out your tutorial :)

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  10. Another fabulous board panel, Karen! Love the pop of red :)

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  11. Great woodgrain background and the tag is really sweet. It really pops. Thanks so much for playing along with our Anything Goes challenge at The Male Room! Deborah, DT.

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  12. SPOT on LOVELY!! Thanks for linking up at The Card Concept:)

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  13. I already commented on my own, Karen, but I'm back to comment at a DT member of ATSM. I'm so glad you shared this in the gallery. I think anyone who sees it will be checking out the tutorial.

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  14. This oh so lovely!! I LOVE the wood panel background on top of the layers. So beautiful! Thanks for joining us us at The Card Concept!

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  15. I like the simplicity of this card. The wood background is amazing.

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  16. Wow, Karen I am going to have to look at how you did this, its amazing! What a beautiful card with adorable tag! Thanks for joining us at Tag You’re It!

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  17. It's so hard to find a good woodgrain DSP, and now there's no need! Your tutorial was fabulous and I LOVE this card! So much dimension! Thanks for joining us this week at The Card Concept :)

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  18. Such a beautiful card and tag love it. Thanks for joining us over at Tag You're It.

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  19. CAS beauty, thanks for joining us at Tag You're It Challenge, now I should get motivated on those Valentine's Day projects.

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  20. Another stunning wood background. Love the CAS feel to this card. Great new buys!

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  21. I though the backround was blue also. love it's distressed look.

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  22. Wow, this card is terrific. It is nice to a creation that would be great for anyone but especially the men. I saw your Woodhaven video and am anxious to give it a try.

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