Thursday, 28 January 2010

Key to the Heart

I am hosting a Valentine Challenge over on one of my Flickr groups.

Quite simple really, all you have to do is decorate a heart in any way you want from the template provided. The group is an International one so whenever you make something you have to be careful that it isn't too thick, heavy or bulky otherwise it costs a fortune to post and you spend days panicking in case it doesn't arrive at your partner's in one piece! But please click on the link and go and have a look at the diverse range of hearts produced from the same template.

Here is my heart! Thick maroon card, cut with deckle edge scissors, red and cream paper from Hunkydory rubbed over with 'Tea Dye' distress ink, small heart cut from same maroon card with some script paper and then a piece of Coredinations card embossed with the script folder matted on top. Small heart attached with 3d pads to give some depth.

The rose was cut from a large embellishment I bought at the NEC last year and the padlock and key from my stash!
The challenge at 'Created By Hand' is to make something that's not a sqaure or rectangle, so the heart shape fits in perfectly!

13 comments:

  1. Hello Viv. This is stunning. Beautifully decorated, gorgeous colours, a stunning creation.
    Happy Crafting.
    Love Sandra xx

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  2. Hi Viv, thank you for leaving a comment on my blog. Only just found yours and its great. Will be following you now. Hugs xx

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  3. Gorgeous heart, Viv! So pretty!

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  4. It's absolutely stunning!and the padlock and key are perect embellishments!

    Nicola

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  5. Bautiful creation of lurve Viv :)

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  6. what a beautiful heart
    just love it
    lesley x

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  7. can't have too many hearts this time of year. thanks for posting

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  8. Gorgeous heart viv truly a romantic one
    hugs June xxxx

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  9. what a gorgeous heart. Love the way you attached the charms. Thanks for playing over at Created By hand

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