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All My Love

It’s all about the love…

I’ve made today’s card for the Flourishes new release “season of love” challenge.   It may sound corny, but I always feel like I’m coming home when I use Flourishes’ stamps!  I really love them, and feel so comfortable using them.  I’m sure we all have stamps like like that.  This is one of my favorites, so it was perfect for this card!

I stamped the image first and colored it with Copics: R20, R29, V01, YG93, YG99

I was inspired by a mosaic tutorial by Beate, and it brought to mind my little used stained glass backgrounder.  So I thought I’d show it some love, and inked it up with versamark ink. I stamped it directly over the image and heat embossed in clear embossing powder.  Using my Tim Holtz ink applicator I sponged over the entire area with pink pirouette ink, and then buffed it with a paper towel.

I cut the image out with my Spellbinders Nesties Labels One dies and popped it up on foam adhesive tape.  The papers are from the Sugared Basic Grey line.  I also used a Martha Stewart punch that my sweet freind Peggy gave me for Christmas! I love this punch!!

Thanks so much for stopping by and have a creative day!!



  1. I always feel like I’m coming home when I use Flourishes too 🙂

    This is GORGEOUS! And I love the mosaic bacgrounder on this. Beautiful soft colroing too!


  2. This is beautiful, Deena! I love the soft colors and the mosaic is wonderful. I’ll have to try that. I still need to try out the Cricut, too. I’ve just been so busy w/ DT stuff, I haven’t had time. How sad is that, lol?


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