Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Show Some Love

Fashionable Stamping Challenge is “Show Some Love .”
Using one of my favorite Photo Image stamps from “Art by Moonlight” and Archival ink in Sepia I stamped this wonderful little boy and girl.
Tinting the image with Antique Linen distress ink, and curled the edges. My printed paper is from TPC Studio (Ancestral Teal Brocade) and a small stamp from A-Muse Studio.
The Heart shape candy stamps are from TAC. I placed them on decorative hat pins, added little beads. The metal flower is from Creative Imaginations, which I painted with acrylic paint.
I hope you have a chance to stop into Fashionable Stamping and take a look at all the beautiful artwork done for this challenge, then join us.
 Would love to see “Your Love”.
Have a wonderful snowy afternoon. Stay off the Icy Roads and Stamp!!!


Terry said...

So sweet, Vada! Love the blue with the neutrals. The photo looks so real and I agree that Antique Linen and Sepia ink just go together so well! Beautiful card and thank you so much for playing along with us at FSC! Hugs and I do mean warm Hugs!

Sharon said...

This is just gorgeous Vada - love how you made the flower with die cuts and the crochet flowers! Beautiful!

Marjie Kemper said...

Lovely card, Vada! The lacy strips and flower cluster are wonderful touches.

Silvia(Barnie) said...

A beautiful card in great colors, love all the elements. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges this fortnight.

trisha too said...

SO pretty, Vada!


Shar said...

Stunning! Love the little hearts!

Lynn Stevens said...

Oh my gosh Vada this card just melts my heart! Your so creative!
hugs Lynn

Claire said...

Gorgeous card Vada, that stamp is adorable and I love all the little details - those heart pins are beautiful. Thanks for joining us at Fashionable Stamping Challenges this time and good luck
Claire xx

Ephemera said...

Hi Vada, this is fantastic, loving the colour combination and that gorgeous vintage stamp, so beautiful. Thanks so much for sharing it with us at FSC. XX