Wednesday, February 23, 2011

Two Hearts, One Love

I really love my Nursery Rhymes Cartridge.  I just love how easy it is!  These little love bugs are my favorite cut on the cart and I find myself using them a lot.  Especially when I feel myself drawing a blank!  Tonight I actually pulled out my sewing machine and blew some of the dust off to make a card.  The card was missing something (and it still is) but it looks better than what I had at first!  I had originally cut the silhouette out in the same color as the card base but didn't like it, so I colored it in with my Perfect Plum Stampin' Write Marker.  Do you ever get that feeling that everything you make is missing something?  I've been feeling that way a lot lately. 

Stampin' Up! Solid CS and Punches
DCWV All About Girls Pattern Paper
Nursery Rhymes Cartridge
Martha Stewart Ribbon
My Pink Stamper Pink-alicious Stamp set

Die Cuttin Divas Challenge #4 Shadows, Shadows...
Peachy Keen Stamps Challenge #46

Thanks for stopping by today!


Cathryn said...

So pretty!!! I feel that way too, very often!!! TFS Cathryn67 :)

Faith-Abigail Designs said...

This is so pretty. This is one of my favorite cuts from Nursery Rhimes, too.

Janice W. said...

I don't think your card is missing anything! It looks great! Thanks for joining the PK challenge and good luck!

paper bag create said...

Beautiful card!!! Love the CUTE!! :)

Sweet Magnolia Rose said...

This is a really cute card. I don't have that cartridge :0( My only son is 12 going on 13. Now that I have seen your card, I think I want to get this one.

Ash said...

This is super adorable!!! Love the color choices!!!


Jess said...

Super cute card! Thanks for joining us at Die Cuttin Divas!

~Carla~ said...

Lovely card!! love the cut you chose for this one! Thanks for playing with the Divas again! :)

HeidiD said...

OMG, I love that silhouette - so cute! I don't have that cartridge but I think it might be placed on the wish list.... I like your card as it is but I know the feeling, sometimes they just seem too plain. Anyhow, thanks for playing along at Die Cuttin' Divas again :)