Tuesday, 4 February 2014

Oldie but a Goodie Challenge - Valentine's

This fortnight's Oldie but a Goodie Challenge theme is:


I don't have the prize details at the time of writing this...so I'll add them later today :0)

I used my old Cuttlebug 'Concentric Hearts' die to cut hearts from a rainbow of shades of card scraps...then embossed them using a different embossing folder for each one (folders by Cuttlebug, Craft Concepts, Sizzix & Crafts Too). I simply arranged them in colour order across my card, popping the ones in front up on 3D foam pads. I doodled a simple border, then added a sentiment from the Hero Arts 'Sentiments' set.

I'm also entering this card into the following challenges:

For more inspiration from my lovely DT buddies, please pop over to the Oldie but a Goodie Challenge.


Claire said...

Great design - these embossed hearts are really effective and gives the card a really modern look with the colours. Hugs, Claire x

Hanneke said...

What a great card Helen! I love the idea and all the colors you used. Hugs, Hanneke

Sarah said...

I love this striking card Helen, it really demonstrates the less is more theory!! xx

Sandra H said...

Flipping gorjess is your card Helen x

Mandi said...

Such a striking card, love the embossing detail

Thank you


Craft-E-Place said...

Beautiful card - the embossing detail really adds to the design, brilliant!

Penny said...

Just beautiful, great use of dies and embossing. Thanks for sharing with us at Totally Gorjuss

Anonymous said...

Very clever card love the colours hugs me x

Chrissie said...

Your array of hearts looks great Helen!
Thanks so much
Less is More

Lynn (aka Lynnpenguin) said...

Oh Helen...I just love this card...gorgeous colours and so CAS yet stunning.

Thanks for joining us this week at Craft Your Passion. Good luck.

Lynn, CYP DT

Michelle said...

Great card! And I love that border. Very cute! Thank you for sharing your card with us this week for the Simon Says Stamp Monday challenge. ~Michelle

Anet's Crafting said...

Your card is beautiful Helen, I love the pretty heart dies.