Friday, February 11, 2011

Happy Valentine’s Day- Two Challenges for Love

Hi Stampers!
I wanted to create at least one Valentine’s Day card for my husband and decided to use the PP33 “Love is in the Air Paper” Players Challenge- I miss the “gals” (see to check out all of the beautiful cards and projects) and I also noticed that Just Add Ink #JAI55 Challenge is “Just Add Love”  (see )  so who could resist with all of this love?

I love my husband so much and we just celebrated 28 years together so the sentiment "Together Forever" is perfect! 

I decided to use My Digital Studio (MDS) again- it is so addicting!  This is an easy card to create- print out the images, a few punches, some ribbon and embossing and you are done!  Plus all of these images are included with the initial software- what a deal!

 Stamp Sets: MDS Always and Together Forever
Ink: Just your printer
Cardstock: Whisper White, Basic Black and Real Red
Accessories: Big Shot (of course), Finial Press EF, Pearls, 5/8” Real Red Satin Ribbon, Medium Oval, Heart and Word Window Punch

I hope you like this card and, if you do not own MDS yet, now would be a good time to invest during Sale-A-Bration.   Contact your local demonstrator, or if you live within the US and need one, you can connect to my website using the sidebar or send me an email.
Don't want to convert to MDS, of course you can still stamp- I know I still will but am having fun exploring something different:-)

Thanks again for taking the time to visit me and I hope you have a wonderful weekend and Valentine’s Day- God Bless!


Nance said...

Wow, congratulations on 28 years together--fabulous! Love this card, Julie especially the use of the MDS prints--how clever of you! So glad you could join us this week--miss you!

Dale Morin said...

Beautiful card! I really have to start using MDS again. Love how you combined both elements (MDS and traditional cardmaking) The results are super!

Holly/Rubber Redneck said...

Beautiful card! Happy Anniversary!!

Patti said...

You've created a beautiful card using MDS. Your previous post is just as lovely. This program is very versatile. You've done a great job making these hybrid cards.

Rachel Moore said...

congratulations, and your card looks great

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