February 7, 2015

The Heart always find its way

Hello everyone,

Happy Saturday!!
I hope you all have a great start in to the weekend!!

I did get to make a card this morning,and i choose to make one for the latest Curtain Call Challenge!!


I choose to make a shaker card!
The background paper is from Teresa Collins's Family Stories! Still one of my favorite paper packs out there!
The rest,besides the sequins is from My Creative Time.The Love Frame is from Heart 2 Heart Love Frames,the stitched label is from Stitched Rectangular Frame Dies & More and the sentiment from Puffy Hearts Just For You.Instead of cutting little tinly 3D foam dots,i die cut a piece of fun foam with the same Love frame to make the shaker part!!




Thank you so much for stopping by!!

Have a wonderful weekend everyone!!

10 comments:

snappy scrappy said...

Gorgeous!!!

Tenia Nelson said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE LOVE!!!

KayM said...

This is just amazing Cindy! That love die is so pretty! Love the red glitter paper! Have a great weekend my friend! (hugs)

Hannelie said...

AWESOME shaker!

Petra Swart said...

Oh, I love that beautiful heart die, Cindy!!!! This is an AWESOME shaker card!!!! Love it!!!!
Have a great Sunday!!!

cm said...

AH-MA-ZING! Your shaker is gorgeous and yes, if you don't mind, I soooo want to case this! I rarely do shakers (I'm so clumsy with them!), but seeing yours here has sparked incentive. Fun foam: brilliant! The only fun foam I've been able to find comes in multi-colour packs. Need to search some more, I reckon! Adore your card immensely!
Hugs~c

Kim H said...

Cindy ~ that die describes how I feel about your card ~ LOVE! LOVE the glittery look against the background paper! BEAUTIFULLY done!

Pam Sparks said...

Gorgeous Cindy! So glad I found your blog! I tried some fun foam but it stretched. hmmm... guess I will try again! TFS!

~amy~ said...

I super love your shaker card!
Thanks for joining us at Curtain Call Challenge!

Linda Beeson said...

Wow do I love that heart frame! And you used it wonderfully. Great idea on cutting out the layer from foam, gonna try that.