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A different kind of I heart you

Hello!  I made a card today that is a bit different from the cards I usually make.  I've been wanting to make a card with Altenew's Doctors Rule stamp set.  I only had used the set to make a couple of graduation cards.  And I really wanted to use the big anatomical heart image in the set.  It stamps so nicely!  So I looked at all the sentiments and there was an I and a you so then I heart you came to mind.

But in the end I didn't use the stamps for I and you because stamping them straight and really bold black was a little tricky.  I ended up using my computer and printing the I and you and then stamping the red heart in the middle.  A simple design but I used up a bit of scratch paper and a couple sheets of my good quality cardstock!  I really like this card!

I don't know why but my kids thought the heart was a little gross.  I think it looks kind of neat.  Look at all the details that stamped so cleanly!

I finished up my bear cards too so I'll share them next time.  Thanks for stopping by!




Comments

Lynn said…
I guess the heart is too realistic for some people, but I like the cleverness of your card.
Cheryl said…
Wow, I am behind on commenting. You found a great use for the heart image! Maybe for a Halloween card for your kids...

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