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Miss Anya Love

Hi!  Made this card for Club Anya and Friends Mystery Monday.  It's the first time I've actually used this TGF Miss Anya Love stamp even though I've had this set for a while now.  Mostly because I had to get accustomed to her not having a mouth.  I don't know--something about not having a mouth reminds me of ghost stories or something spooky like that.  I know that might sound weird.  Anyway, I'm slowly getting over it. 
 
Do you see that large doily in the back?  I love it!!  From MFT!  A doily die.  I used regular copy paper to cut that out hoping it would look a bit more delicate.  I did find some heart shaped Wilton doilies from Ben Franklin today too.  The hearts are also diecuts from MFT.  I stamped LOVE with PTI's Simple Alphabet and cut them out.  There's a little pink pearl in the O. 

Oh and look at these felt roses!  I love them too.  Also from MFT.  You die cut it and roll to make roses.  I added the pearls.  The doily border die matches the doily above.  How can you resist these cute dies?  I'm asking this mostly to Cheryl.  Hahaha.  Also added some lace too. 

The papers are from the Tinsel & Twig collection from The Girls' Paperie.  It's more of a Christmas set but I love these roses on this paper.  So pretty!  I'm liking how this card turned out.  The kids and hubby agree it's not as scary as the previous one with Creeper Tuesday.

Thanks so much for reading!  Have a happy Friday!

Comments

Cheryl said…
So pretty! Wow, you sure got a lot of dies! Cute matching doily and border! Yes, I checked out the website, so many things to choose from! I gotta make a priority list between there and PTI! Love the felt roses too, they look really nice.
Amy said…
This is such a beautiful card Eva! I love how you used the Christmas paper for a Valentine card, it's perfect and I may have to borrow that idea! ;o)
Lorraine said…
Wow, wow, wow, this is so beautiful! Love your coloring of the image and all of the details (esp the felt roses - I keep meaning to try them, lol)!

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