Saturday, August 11, 2012

Best Wishes card

This best wishes card was made using a technique from Jennifer McGuire. Love that lady and all her stamping ideas. I stamped and heat embossed in silver a word background stamp. After that I heat embossed with white embossing powder a floral background stamp. Then I used a Spellbinders die cut to cut out a window. Using my Cricut I cut out two hearts one for the inside of the card and one a bit smaller for the window. Using vellum, I heat embossed the sentiment  and adhered it to the window. The white heart is adhered to the vellum. It looks like it's freestanding. Love that. 
Thanks for stopping by.

Products- patterned paper by DCWV, stamps by Hero Arts (words), Anna Griffin (flowers) and Fiskars (sentiment), pearls by Martha Stewart, die cuts by Spellbinders and Cricut.



  1. Very innovative and you are right it looks like the hearts are hanging in the window

  2. very pretty, fab design!!
    Thank you for linking up @ Inspire Me Fridays!

  3. Cindy: So glad you joined us at Simply Create Too for Challenge #19 - "Anything Goes". Your heart card is wonderful and I love your colors!

    Simply Create Too Team Member

  4. Beautiful card, lovely colours. Thanks for sharing at Fab'n'Funky this week, good luck in the draw.

    Pat xx

  5. it's beautiful, thank you for joining our challenge at Chocolate, Coffee and Cards, hugs, martina

  6. great card, lovely effect. Thanks for joining us at CraftyCatz. Kim x

  7. Beautiful Cindy, love the embossed background! Thanks for playing along with the Bloggers Challenge!

  8. What a great floating sentiment - so clever!
    Alison x

  9. A beautiful card, very well done! Thank you for playing with us at Simply Create Too.

  10. Thank you so much for joining us at the Crafty Catz Anything Goes Challenge with this superb creation,

    I do hope you will come on over and join in the fun with us again next week,

    Have a lovely day
    Hugs Bridget :0) x


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