Monday, February 4, 2013

Card Share: Be Mine (Jillibean Soup)

(as seen in Scrap n' Art magazine)

As Valentine's Day approaches, I thought I would share a card that appeared in Scrap n' Art magazine. I pulled together a bunch of different products to make this card, most from Jillibean Soup, but some from Echo Park and Heidi Grace too.

You see the pink splatters on the bird flashcard? I didn't use mist for those, I used rub ons that had been in my stash for a while. It was a set of polka dots in varying sizes so I applied them to look like splatters. A great way to use up supplies in a different way.
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27 comments:

  1. wow~love this!! The red is stunning and then the little bird just makes it perfect!! Gorgeous!!!

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  2. Beautiful!! LOVING how you made the 'splatters' with the rub ons and loveeeeeee that birdie!!!

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  3. Fun idea with the rub-ons. I seriously LOVE this card. Seriously. :)

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  4. what a great card!! love the idea of the rub ons!!!

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  5. Super cute card, Lisa. Love all of the layering!

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  6. oh that is so sweet, and I love the little birdie:)

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  7. Gorgeous! Love the mix of colors. I can never get enough of that "be still my heart" sticker!

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  8. Red and kraft are yummy together. Absolutely adorable.

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  9. You're so smart. Love the idea of using polka dot rub-ons as mist splatters!! Super cute card.

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  10. SUPER SWEET card, Lisa :)
    Love how you mixed 'n matched the different manuf. - great way to use up favorite scraps! Have a good week xo

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  11. Adorable Valentine's card! Love the colors you used.

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  12. I love the birdie in the nest, very cute

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  13. I love it Lisa!
    It is so rich...wonderful ideas and details and i love the splatters!!

    Thank You~

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  14. oooo....so pretty! What a beautiful combo of manufacturers!!

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  15. Love how you used the rubons, great idea :)

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  16. Great card, love how you used the rubons :)

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  17. I love the mix of bright and muted colors you used on this card!

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  18. what a beautiful card!!! I love the kraft you incorporated!

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  19. Awww such a sweet card.
    Great way to use those rub-ons.

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  21. Great card. I haven't used rub ons in so long. I think it's time to break them out again.

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