I have another sneak peek from Sunday night's One Day Special on Hochanda and another two-fer! Today's cards feature the Woodware Blooming Heart designed by Francoise Read.
Kraft Card with an Anti-Static Bag and stamped the heart using Clear Perfect Medium. I added CS True White Detail Embossing Powder and heat set. I cut it out using die #6 from Sue Wilson's Double Pierced Squares Set B and also cut die #6 from Sue's Double Pierced Squares out of Bright White Card.
Woodware Special Bird Stamp Set using Clear Perfect Medium. I added True White Detail Embossing Powder - I did not heat set just yet. I stamped the little bubbles stamp that comes with the Blooming Heart around the edges of the square using Clear Perfect Medium, added True White Powder and heat set the lot.
5mm White Pearls to the image section.
Here's your second card -
Bright White Card using Tuxedo Black Memento Ink. I've coloured in using Graphmaster Pens. I've used Reds 12, 10 and 11 on some of the flowers and Reds 10 11 and 2 on the others. For the leaves, i used Greens 59 49 and 43. I cut the image out using die #6 from Sue's Double Pierced Squares Set B and also die #6 from Sue's Double Pierced Squares out of Rich Red Card.
For the background, I stamped a couple of the flowers that come with in the Blooming Heart set randomly onto Bright White Card using Tuxedo Black Memento and coloured in the same way as the main image. I added this to a Bright White Card blank.
I stamped the sentiment that comes in the same set onto Bright White Card using Tuxedo Black Memento. I cut it out using Justrite A2 Card Front Basics and cut a larger die from the same set out of Rich Red Card.
Hope you've enjoyed today's two-fer sneak peek. Please pop back tomorrow for another (Freebie Friday is having a week off).
Thanks for stopping by.
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Morning Julia, todays cards are great. I like the bubbles round the edge of the first card and the red card would make a great Valentine card.ReplyDelete
I received my Friday freebie card yesterday, thank you, it is absolutely fabulous.
Marion S x
Good grief! Two such contrasting cards using the same stamp. I thought the first one was lovely then scrolled down to the exuberance that is the second one. Love them both!ReplyDelete
Morning Julia, two beautiful creations today, love them both, the stamp is really fantastic, I think they will be in my shopping basket soon.ReplyDelete
Stay safe, healthy and happy, hugs, June Smith xxx
Good Morning Julia, a beautiful pair of cards today I love woodware stamps to and the whole designs you have created on both cards is just stunning. hugs ShirleyxxxxReplyDelete
Good morning Julia Wow two fabulous cards I love the bubbles round the first card & the colours of the second day are gorgeous such different looks from the same stamp!ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards, they don't look like the same stamp they are so different.
What a great stamp and I love the 2 cards - so different and yet the same stamp. Many thanks.ReplyDelete
Two great cards, Julia. What an ideal stamp to have for anniversary cards.ReplyDelete
both very pretty JuliaReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards, great stamp - how different it looks in both cards.
Two beauties here Julia, the first has the edge for me because i love the colours.ReplyDelete
Elaine H X
Like both of these, especially the first one with the bubble stamp around it. Fabulous. Always liked François Read designs. She used to do some lovely peeloffs , if that's not a dirty word.LOL. Looking forward to Sunday.ReplyDelete
Nice cards Julia. Not being able to watch or record much at the moment, which is very annoying Also really love yesterday's cards. Hope to be back to normal soon.!!ReplyDelete
Hi Julia your cards are beautiful and they really show how versatile the stamp is, it looks so different in the two cards. Enjoy the rest of the day. Take care. Hugs JackieReplyDelete
Lovely cards today, both so special looking in their individual ways.
Looking forward to Sunday.
Love and crafty hugs to all
Tina T xxxxx
Love both cards equally & shows how different the image can look with being coloured in plus just stamped & heat embossed.
Haze T (Norwich)
Beautiful cards Love the little bubbles around the edge of the Kraft card Love the rich reds on the secondReplyDelete
Two beautiful cards julia x such a contrast between them ,I love them both xReplyDelete
Theresa w x
Oh wow, same stamp but two totally different looks, how amazing, beautiful cards Julia....luv Ursula xxReplyDelete
Hi julia Beautiful cards and a great stamp love how you have used for background as well.ReplyDelete
look forward to show
jeanie .e xxx
I love that stamp. Such nice cards you have made with it. Love them.ReplyDelete
Two gorgeous cards and very appropriate for this time of year!
Hi Julia, 2 beautiful cards, love the Kraft and white, very different. Take care. BxReplyDelete
Good evening Julia,ReplyDelete
I like the kraft card with the little bubbles, that i think would be a really useful stamp to have and use, but the red and white card, with that pop of green is my favourite out of the two, such a vibrant but clean and simple card, gorgeous.
love and crafty hugs
Norah (glenochil village)
Julia both of these cards are fab and i just love bothReplyDelete
I really can't pick a favourite, you have made that far too difficult lol
Definately going to have to get this stamp.
I am also so pleased to see some kraft card used as i bought some but just keep looking at it not knowing what
is the best way to use it.
It will be coming out of the box now.
I like both cards, both so different ! The stamp looks a good size to me!
Thanks for the sneaky peek!
Love Myra xx
Hi Julia, two great cards really like the first one.ReplyDelete
Two beautiful card your colouring is lovely so is the Die. Look forward to your shows
Hug's Lynda xx
Hi Julia. I don't buy heart stamps but almost tempted after seeing your two lovely cards. I especially like the red one and thanks for listing the colours you have used, very helpful as I'm new to colouring and have bought the Graphmaster pens. SueL xReplyDelete