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My Favorite Things - It Was Always You

Hey folks!

Stopping in today to share another card with you!

I have so many plans for the new My Favorite Things All Heart Stamp Set. There are soo many awesome images in it!

This time, I kept it short and sweet. I stamped the Largest Heart from set with Momento Tuxedo Black Ink, diagonally. I stamped another one on a scrap piece of cardstock and use the coordinating die from the Die-namics All Heart Die Set.

I colored them all in with Copic's. Honestly peeps, you could choose any colors or any medium. I planned on only adding the shading to the Grey Hearts to make them look clear, but I changed my mind and went all in.

I covered them all with a healthy dose of Clear Wink of Stella. I didn't add anymore embellishments because in person, the WOS makes is super duper blingy and I didn't want anything competing with that.

Using Versafine Black Onyx Ink and Hero Arts Clear Embossing Powder, I heat embossed the Sentiment and also cut down a strip of My Favorite Things Wild Cherry Cardstock and added that to the front of the Card.

That's it! Easy peasy. Thanks for stopping in to see me and I really hope you enjoyed my Card today. Be sure to stop by the Butterfly Reflections Ink Shop and pick up some Doodlebug Design Love Matte Sprinkles. They are perfect for Valentine's Day aaaand Copic friendly!

Until next time!


  1. memang ok :)

  2. Emeralds are my favorites! Pretty card!

  3. Thank You for sharing your coloring for The Daily Marker 30 Day. Simple and elegant. Love your shading.

  4. Very nice way to use the gems. Looks stunning with the all grey then the one in green.


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