I Love You

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Hello all!!! I used reverse stamping technique in today’s card.

20130315_143220I wanted to make this boy and girl puppy and wanted them to sit besides each other so I tried reverse stamping technique, I am very happy with the result. Penny Black stamp sets are super cute and I used (Mimi in Paris and Mimi’s Many Love) :-). Colored the puppies with Prisma Colored pencils, I drew bows for the more specific look for girl and boy puppy, colored those bows with prisma pencils. I made the Polaroid and used one cloud image paper by Recollections and distressed the border with Distressed ink (Antique Linen & Tumbled Glass), drew some hearts here and there, used some washi tape, wood veneer bird and bow for embellishment and some stickles on hearts, bows and bird.

Thank you so much for stopping by, see you soon. 🙂

Challenges :-

Word Art Wednesday Challenge # 71 – Anything Goes

Moxie Fab World – The Washi Tape Challenge

Sentimental Sundays Challenge # #145: 3 Embellishments That Start w/ “B”



4 thoughts on “I Love You

  1. Hi Kanan, this is just about the cutest card ever! How did you do the reverse stamping??? I love the coloring, the bits of Washi tape and the faux stitching! Good luck with the challenges! Thank you for all your sweet comments on my blog – I think you might be my most active commentator! 🙂 🙂 🙂

    Have a great weekend, hugs, Cornelia

  2. Oh Kana what a lovely job you have done on the reverse stamping, such a sweet card,thanks so much for sharing and hope your having a great weekend..

  3. Hey Kanan! Thanks for linking this up to the Washi Tape Challenge in the Moxie Fab World. I’m so glad you joined in on all the fun! 🙂

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