Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Biggest Heart Shaker Card

Good morning! Stopping by to share a card today using part of the Hey Love release from Simon Says Stamp - kind of a part 2 of DieCember that came a little earlier in the month! Thanks to a bit of confusion with holiday busyness at the post office, my package came a little late, so I'm a bit late sharing my card with some of the new goodies!

For my card today, I made a simple little shaker card using the newly release Love Loop Wafer Die!

I die cut it out of both white cardstock and Island Blue Cardstock, then inlaid the Island Blue one in the white and die cut the entire thing with Stitched Rectangles.

My sentiment is from a Valentine stamp set from a couple of years ago called Lila's Heart - this sentiment is always one of my favorites this time of year! I heat embossed it in white on a strip of black cardstock.

A little plaid pattern paper from MFT's Merry and Bright 6x6 paper pad and some Pretty Pink Posh Iridescent Star Confetti to fill the shaker finish this one off!

Also linking this up with a few challenges - first up, the Simon Says Monday Challenge - Start Afresh:

And finally, playing along with this week's Word Art Wednesday - Anything Goes:

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  1. This is awesome! I love a smaller shaker like this and it's extra adorable with the plaid behind it. :)

  2. I love your clean and simple card and your use of patterned paper. This is such a pretty shaker card! Thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge.

    Cathie ♥

  3. Hi Heather!
    What a blessing it is to have you stop by and share your wonderful art in our challenge. I always enjoy my visits to your sweet blog and seeing your amazing cards. Thanks so much for joining us, and please stop by again soon. God bless your week, my creative friend,
    Karen Letchworth
    Word Art Wednesday