Love is in the Air — PP127

I was recently asked to be a guest designer on the Paper Players blog.  I’ll be designing cards for their weekly challenges for the next six months along with their talented designers and other guest designers.  I’ve been playing along with their challenges since I found their blog a few months ago and I love their challenges and what their team creates each week.  I’m really looking forward to this assignment!

So here’s the challenge for this week:

I knew I wanted to use hearts, and I just love the crisp look of Real Red and Very Vanilla together, so that is what I used.

five lovely hearts

I hope you’ll check out what the other designers did with this theme, and that you’ll play along at The Paper Players!  Enjoy your Sunday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Supplies Used:
Stamps:  Hearts a Flutter, Field Flowers (sentiment)
Ink:  Real Red, Pretty in Pink, Crumb Cake (for sponging around top layer)
Paper:  Very Vanilla, Real Red, Pretty in Pink
Embellishments:  Brights and Subtles Designer Buttons, Hearts a Flutter framelits, Needlepoint Border Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, 3/16″ Corner punch, Real Red 1/4″ Stitched Grosgrain Ribbon, Sponge Dauber


18 thoughts on “Love is in the Air — PP127

  1. Congrats, Amy, and I’m excited to be stamping alongside you at The Paper Players! This is such a great card. I love the rounded corners, the sweet little hearts with buttons, and the sentiment is perfect. Wish I had that stamp!

  2. I’ve already told you how much I love this card….but I just have to tell you again! Each little heart is so cute…..and that embossing adds just a little sprinkle of goodness more!

  3. This is absolutely adorable, Amy! Love all the hearts and how each is different but all decorated with a button. The touch of embossing is perfect not to mention that bow! So glad you’re stamping with us…welcome to the team!

  4. Amy, great way to kick off your DT spot! I love the clean lines, the repetition of hearts and buttons and the simple sentiment. The rounded corners were perfect with the hearts and buttons, too.
    Fabulous card

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