Sunday, 14 February 2010

Guest Designer - Lisa


One of my very good friends, who just happens to live next door, came over on Friday night to make her lovely hubby a Valentine's Day card. We get together occasionally to get creative and always have lots of fun. It occurred to me later that Stampin' Royalty's Challenge #6 is a love theme, so I asked her if she'd like to submit her card. She was keen so here it is:

Most of the supplies are Stampin' Up, except for the ribbon, brad and heart paper. The heart paper had a great texture and when Lisa tore it the edges went really soft and fuzzy. You can see this in the middle picture.

Card stock/paper: Whisper White, Regal Rose, Red Rose, Heart Paper from Lisa's stash
Stamps: En Francais BG, Always, Scribbles(retired), Yummy (retired), Little Pieces (retired)
Ink: Regal Rose, Rose Red
Other: Pink Heart Brad and white ribbon, both from my stash, 1/4" circle punch

Please leave a comment, and I'll pass them on to Lisa.

Catch you later,



  1. I was amazed this morning when i received this card because it looks better than the ones from the shops.She is very talented.... & here i thought she was next door drinking on friday night whilst i was looking after the kids! LOL!

  2. Looks fabulous Lisa, and sounds like hubby loved it too!

  3. Its a great card, make sure you pass on to your friend that she is very talented! :) hope you had a lovely valentines day Tina! Thanks for the lovely comment and little boost to my confidence on my last post! I am very excited but so so so very nervous! I hope everyone likes my creation! :)

  4. Wow Lisa!! Thanks for sharing with us! I absolutely love that soft paper you stamped on... what a beautiful touch! Thanks for playing with us at Stampin' Royalty!

  5. So cute - your friend is so lucky that you could post it for her. And she did a great job too.


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