Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Birds in Love


Hello Die-Versions Fans!

Have you seen the NEW Die-Versions dies??  They are totally awesome!!  The minute I saw this new Whispers Birds in Love die I immediately thought of a Vintage Valentine!!  So here is what I came up with:


Ingredients:

Kraft card stock
White shimmer paper
Dusty Rose paper
Lemoncraft House of Roses paper
Black ink
Victorian Velvet distress ink

For this A2 card I started with Kraft card stock for the base of the card, then I took a piece of Lemoncraft House of Roses paper, inked the edges with Victorian Velvet and added it to the card.  I took the Whispers Birds in Love die and cut it out twice, once with white shimmer paper and once with Dusty Rose paper, I cut out the heart on the Dusty Rose die and placed that on the shimmer paper and added that to the card.  I took a black pen and colored in the eyes.  Next I took the Whispers Pretty Borders Hearts die and cut it out with more of the Dusty Rose paper, inked the edges with Victorian Velvet distress ink and added that to the bottom of the card.  I took the Lawn Fawn Scripty Sayings stamp and stamped that on the card with black ink.  To finish it off I inked the edges all around the card with Victorian Velvet distress ink.  Now doesn't this remind you of a Victorian Valentine??

So I wasn't sure if the birds showed up enough so I added some silver stickles and this is how it looks with stickles:


So which do you like better?  With or without stickles?  Which one looks more Victorian?  I can't wait to see what you all think!!


Be sure to check out all the wonderful NEW dies here!!

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Thanks for stopping by!
Lori

1 comment:

  1. These are absolutely gorgeous, Lori!! The birds look amazing!! They are both so beautiful but I think I like the one with the stickles best!! Stunning!!

    Lisa
    A Mermaid's Crafts

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