Saturday, January 28, 2012

Burlap Bliss

Hi All! It's finally time to break out the hearts. I hope you're ready! I have been pinning away on Pinterest and have so many cute projects that I want to create and share. I just had a workshop this week, so I have at least three to share with you over the next week.

This first card, I couldn't help but recreate. It was inspired by this card from Ingrid Danvers. I fell in love with the Burlap heart. Since I had just gotte
n my new Heart Framelits, I figured it was the perfect time to try them out.


These Framelits are great! Not only do they cut th
rough the Burlap but they cut through the Glimmer Paper as well. The glimmer paper is a bit too thick for my punches, so I haven't really been able to use it. If you want to be playing with different textures, they are a must have.

The background was created using my Music Notes wheel. I've had it a while and I think I've used it once. It's great for creating vintage-y themed cards--which is something I don't usually do. The sentiment is from a new stamp set in the Occasions Mini called Loving Thoughts. It coordinates perfectly with the banner from the new Take it to Heart stamp set. I love the font and it has a lot of great sentiments in it.

My husband joked that this card doesn't really look like my style. It really isn't, but I LOVE everything about it. I hope you do too. Thanks so much for stopping by!

Stamps: Loving Thoughts, Take it to Heart and Music Notes Wheel
Paper: Baja Breeze, Crumb Cake & Very Vanilla Cardstock; Silver Glimmer Paper; Springtime Vintage DSP
Ink: Jet Black Staz-On; Vintage Photo Distress Ink
Accessories: Burlap, Baja Breeze Seam Binding, Vanilla Rik-Rak, Eyelet Border Punch, Designer Buttons-Subtles, Linen Thread, Sponge, Crystal Effects and Pop Dots/Dimensionals

10 comments:

LeAnne said...

Oh my gosh, I just LOVE this! I DO love vintage and you have created a beauty! Where did you get the burlap? I would hate to have to buy a whole big piece of it....and I have lots of fabric hanging around, but no burlap!!

Marie said...

Utterly fabulous. Might not be your style but I love it. The burlap adds so much texture. Great Valentine card!

ebeth9267 said...

A MA ZING!!! I am so gonna cut burlap with my framelits. TFS that tip. Smiles, Elizabeth

Susie said...

Wow! It may not be your usual style Julie...but you've created a gorgeous vintage style card. I love it!

Anonymous said...

Great card!-and doesn't it feel great to step outside of our usual style every now and then? TFS-
Hugs-Kavi

scrappingnana said...

Very pretty. Love all the elements and textures. TFS

Gibmiss said...

hi Julie
WOW!!!!
love it ....fabulous ....
Hugs sylvie
xx

Judith said...

Julie, this card is absolutely lovely. The burlap is so clever.

Karin (PeppermintPatty) said...

WONDERFUL card - so many beautiful details and my absolute favorite colors - I LOVE it!

Joanne Leddy said...

It's definitely my style - I love it! Now I know that I NEED that banner!