Sunday, March 22, 2009

"Heart" stuff

It just so happened that both of these projects have the word "heart" in the title or greeting! The one thing that is pretty true is that this little guy is a heartbreaker with those big brown eyes and that cute smile!
This is our youngest grandson and you can see that I was able to capture those first two little teeth in the photo.
Two interesting things to point out on this layout is the mix of sticker letters that I used for the main title. I just love to mix fonts and sizes of letters. I wanted a little extra accent but didn't really want flowers on a boy layout so I created my circle accents with buttons in the middle. This let me bring in a little more color and use more of the striped paper accent.
I have always loved these Color Inspiration challenges but I don't usually get time to play. I did work out this combo for Challenge #46 although it is too late to post it along with that challenge on her blog. Oh well, love the card that resulted.
It was hard to actually find a patterned paper that held all of the colors, so I just pulled out papers and prints that were on my table that fit.
I used some epoxy flowers that I have had for awhile. I took this photo from the side view so you could see that I layers two flowers together and you can barely see it, but I added a black pearl.

Thanks for visiting, Linda (lbpost)

HEARTBREAKER – DREAM MAKER layout
Materials: Cardstock
Patterned paper – Hometown:Country Library and Weathervane:Picking Pumpkins/October Afternoon and Dreamy 2:Blue Without You/My Mind’s Eye
A big mixture of sticker letters for the title
Tiny sticker letters - Sticko
Circle punch – McGill
Buttons
Martha Stewart border punch
Tonic Paper Distresser


HEARTFELT THANKS card
Materials:
Cardstock
Patterned papers – Basic Grey and Scenic Route
Border punch- Martha Stewart
Epoxy flowers – Making Memories
Ribbon – May Arts
Self Adhesive Black pearl – Mark Richards, Inc.
Machine Sewing
Rub-on greeting – Deja Views

20 comments:

Aphra said...

Your cards are stunning! The details and color combos are fabulous. I love all the texture, too.

Jewls said...

What a little cutie he is & I love the circles.
The card is beautiful, great colours :)

Sandy from Ukiah said...

I would definetly call him a heart breaker... he is so cute. Love the lo and the card is beautiful

Cindy Haffner said...

Oh yes a real heart breaker, love your card too.

Natty said...

Wow, it looks so detailed with all that stiching and the doily punched border - just gorgeous!

scrappermimi said...

He is a heartbreaker...too sweet! And your cards are always fabulous!

Desire Fourie said...

Gorgeous layout of your grandson. Love the bright and happy colours and the flower and circle accents. The card is also beautiful. Hugs from Desire

Jody said...

Linda,
You come to my blog for simple, I'll come here for beautiful cards.
If I could make cards like you do, I'd never scrap pages again :)

vtpuggirl said...

Beautiful card and layout. I too struggle with the urge to put flowers on boy pages, it hasn't worked out for me yet! What a cutie.

milkcan said...

Love the mixture of fonts on that layout! So, so cool!

Stacey Michaud said...

Such an adorable layout! Love the scallops and details on your card!

Daniela said...

Both of these are awesome! Love the use of different letter stickers! That card is stunning...love the stitching and the border punch!

laura vegas said...

that card is just gorgeous!

Christine said...

Gorgeous projects, I really love the way you've used those border punches

MollyPeckham said...

I love them both! And i love the color combo you used, Linda!

debb said...

Beautiful card and layout! Such a cutie! debb

♥ Marlou ♥ said...

I love both the cute and very adorable layout and the card too is so beautiful Linda :) ♥

wendyp said...

LOVE that red and blue! Gorgeous projects!!!

Taylor said...

Those are my fav color combos of all times!!! beautiful LO

Joan B said...

you are killing me!!!! in a good way! Love this card -- who knew sticker letters could look so good.