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Monday, 9 February 2015

A Week of Hearts - Day 2

Hello friends

Monday - the start of a busy busy week!
As mentioned I'm off to Birmingham at the weekend for a few nights
and I'm preparing the kits for the trade show, Mum is a star and die cutting furiously too!

As promised another heart theme project today for my Week of Hearts!
A heart card featuring Classic Hearts and a road map.
The hearts create the aperture and also the map die cut -
perfect if you have a special place, perhaps where you met, your first date.
The embossing only at the top of the card is Edgeabilities - Classic Postage Stamp
and the bottom edge is a stamp.

A slightly more manly Valentine's card, but perhaps I should have left off the flowery stamp!

Take care friends - back tomorrow with Tuesday Tip/Technique.

24 comments:

Stamping Bubbles said...

Good morning Christine
Another great Valentine's card, yes it is quite manly.
Enjoy your busy week.
Lesley

Mrs B said...

Hi Christine. I love this one, using the map makes it so personal.
I hope you enjoy this week, even though you are going to be very busy, and that all of your travels are trouble free. Take care.

PharmacyMichele said...

What a great idea, might just have to copy this one.

Michele

Lucycat said...

Hi Christine,
Great card again today,I really like the idea of using a map.
I hope you have a good day. Take care. x.

Chris said...

Lovely vintage looking card Christine, great idea with the map.
Have a great time in Birmingham.
Chris xx

Janice said...

Morning Christine
This is a lovely card, making it very personal using the map too! It could be used for lots of occasions.
Sounds like you and Mum have a busy week ahead!
Janice x

AnneRD said...

Hi Christine, what a great card, love the way you have used the aperture to show off the map. It's clean, unfussy and suits both male and female recipients. Great choice of papers too. This is one I really must try. Anne x

Jean Z said...

Hi Christine, love the card. love Jean Z xxx

Carole said...

No book is going to be safe in my house now. C : ) xx

hazel young said...

Lovely Christine i love using maps in cards xx hazel

ros hodgkins said...

Hi, I bought lots of nap sheets and love them, they look so unusual, perfect for a male Valentine. X Ros

Ann Morris said...

Christine Love the card very simple but effective. Am planning to doa moving card with a map following your inspiration. The map in the heart features charnwood forest where i went walking with my husband last week so extra special. Thanks Ann

lydia jordan said...

Morning Christine,
What a clever idea, this would be a very special card for lots of occasions. Love it.
Lydia
X

Amelia Breytenbach said...

Great idea to use a map Christine - thanks for the inspiration. Have a wonderful day.
Amelia

Susie Bentz said...

Absolutely charming! Thanks for the inspiration!

Lesley Thomas said...

Great idea, Christine, but I think I'd have to be naughty and copy my map - they are too expensive to cut holes in them.

utilitygirl said...

A great idea Christine, very different - one to store away for the future.
Have a good week

Carole Z said...

This is lovely Christine, such a fab idea! Hugs Carole Z X

Carole Z said...

This is lovely Christine, such a fab idea! Hugs Carole Z X

SusanP, Kent said...

This is a lovely one. Nice and simple. I like the map idea.

Pat S Witney said...

Hi Christine
A lovely card using the map. I've done this on a few cards myself. It always looks great and I always us an old map.

Janice Wallace said...

What a great idea, a brilliant way to make it very personal.4Cheers
Janice W

Patricia Howarth said...

Hi Christine, I'm loving the flowery stamp at the bottom, it is gorgeous. The map in the centre of the heart aperture is really genius, love it !!
Lots of love from Patricia xx

janelle winchcole said...

Hi Christine, just love this unique card. xx

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