It’s All Heart

This card is all heart! I was inspired by 2 challenges to make this one, first is the Get Hippity with Ippity challenge to use hearts. And the second is at The Stamping Boutique to use die-cuts. My card features a Sizzix Movers and Shapers Heart die that I cut four times with pp. Three of them are stitched down the center for something different, and the fourth has a Stamping Boutique digi of Little Audrey Sitting, atop the other. I fussy cut her out after coloring with my pencils, and think she looks so cute sitting on that heart! I left her feet and head free of adhesive to make her look more ‘natural’! The sentiment is from the {ippity} set How You Doin? Feel free to join in on both challenges! The rules are simple!

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12 thoughts on “It’s All Heart

  1. What a great idea to use one die and four different DP's! Perfect! Love little Audrey on this! 🙂 Thanks for playing along with us over at The Stamping Boutique!

  2. Hi Pam, I finally made it over to your blog!! I have seen all of your Unity entries as of late and think your work is terrific. Just wanted to pop over, follow, and let you in on my little trivia giveaway today…Unity stamps are up for grabs. I also am having a Blogaversary Blog Hop on Sunday that has some AWESOME prizes to be won (again some Unity…LOL)…Would love it if you stopped by and followed my blog!!Hugz,Jessica

  3. Hi Pam,I love Audrey sitting atop that heart. I like the idea of leaving her head and feet free of adhesive so she could look more natural as well. I also use my colored pencils so we are kindred spirits, lol. Great job – thanks for playing with us over at Get Hippity with Ippity!Beth P (the newest member of GHWI DT)

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