There's an old french song that goes "puisque je t'aime et que tu m'aimes, c'est merveilleux." In other words, love is a beautiful thing :)
I've been waiting for a "lull" in my blogging schedule, to be able to share this card with you! We crafted it at the last class I taught, nearly a month ago. I was asked to create a pretty wedding card, and with equal parts softness and bling, I would proudly present this to any newlywed couple.
I used my silhouette to cut out the word "amour," and then stamped and heat embossed my mini blooms. Once silver-heat-set, I swirled around some blue distress ink, adding a delicate blue haze. And then I started layering and texturizing. I love adding extra layers and big ribbon to wedding cards. Makes it look more "impressive," no? I mean, we stampers appreciate the clean and "clever" cards, but for some reason, ribbon and die-cutting and embossing - that's what usually gets the wow with the non-crafters. In my experience, anyways *wink*
I'm linking this card up to the moxie fab challenge, "emphasize the negative." There's still a few more days to play along!
And here's a little love to start your day: