Monday, 15 February 2016

The Love Word at Make My Monday

Hello everyone, I hope you all had a good weekend. Mine was somewhat busy yet again so apologies for the lack of visiting which is all I seem to be doing lately!
We have a new challenge for you today at Make My Monday and we'd like to see your creations with the word Love on. Easy, huh!
My inspiration is the Valentine card I gave to my hubby which is very simple as he doesn't like fussy and unusually for me took only 10 minutes to make! Hope you like it.


As you can see there's only one layer. I started by stamping the 2 bunnies (Crafty Individuals) on my card blank with Archival Watering Can ink and coloured them with pencils. As the bunnies are a bit scribbly I scribbled the colour on and I think I quite like the effect!
I then stamped the love and heart text above with VersaFine Satin Red ink, the stamp being the lovely free cover stamp from Jennie of The Artist Stamper given by Craft Stamper magazine. I added a little colour with pencils to finish.
Ta da! Done!

Some challenges I'd like to enter:

CAS on Sunday - Valentine
Come and Get It Challenges - Love Is In The Air
A Gem of a Challenge - Love Is In The Air

7 comments:

  1. Those bunnies (although every time I use them I am always convinced they should be called hares with those ears) are just perfect for a Valentines card.

    B x

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  2. Lovely card with those pretty bunnies- Hugs, Valerie

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  3. Love it Fliss, sometimes I find the quicker we make something the better it turns out ;)
    Hugs
    Donna xxx

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  4. I love those bunnies, great card

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  5. Hi Fliss, this is a beautiful card. Your design is really striking with the touches of red and I love how you coloured the rabbits. Thank you for joining us this time at A Gem of a Challenge.
    Sue...xxx

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  6. What a great card ;o)
    Thank you so much for joining us at CAS on Sunday.

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Fliss xx