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Fall Apart Hearts


Hello Friends

Happy Monday :) It is so hot here in upstate NY. This Scottish girl still cannot get used to the hot and humid summers of America. I much prefer the cold to the heat. Yes I did just say that ha.  So I spent today inside beside my air conditioner crafting.  I made this card for the CAS-ual Fridays challenge. The challenge is to use hearts in summery colours.

 So I got out my Martha Stewart heart punch and punched lots of hearts in pink, green and purple glitter paper. I made a row of hearts and sprinkled some sequins and rhinestones in between them. I used a stamp from Unity Stamp Co called Fall Together.  I stamped the sentiment just above my row of bling using VersaFine Onyx black Ink.

I hope you like my card, thanks so much for stopping by.

Mandi xox

Challenges
 Friday Mashup - Sequins
The Pink Elephant - Anything goes
Sentimental Sundays

Comments

  1. This is so beautiful. I love that sentiment that goes with those scattered hearts. :)

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  2. I'm with you Mandi - the heat sucks the life out of me. But in the a/c (which we don't have) I'll bet you can still function. I LOVE LOVE LOVE this. Saw it on FB after Lydia posted it, tracked it to SCS and then to here. It's perfect.

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  3. So pretty - I love the sentiment, and the simple hearts and sequins. Gorgeous! Thanks for sharing this with us at Sentimental Sundays x

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  4. Love that sentiment, and the line of hearts with the sequins looks great! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Friday Mashup!

    P.S. You are a girl after my own heart! I hate hot weather, I am happiest when it is cold and snowing. I live in Alaska and love our winters here(although you guys had more snow last year than I did, boo!).

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  5. Your card is adorable! I love how you created your line of hearts with sequins, rhinestones and punched hearts!

    Thank you for joining us at The Friday Mashup!

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