Tuesday, January 19, 2010

Gypsy Spot Tuesday - Black & Gold Challenge


It's Tuesday and that means the challenges are up at the Gypsy Spot blog. This week Nilda challenged the team to use the colors black and gold to create any project of our choice. Since I had missed the BBTB2 challenge last week where they used the boy and girl Valentine cuts from A Child's Year, I decided to use that cut.


I used three cartridges, A Child's Year, Sweethearts and Winter Woodlands to make this vintage looking Valentine card. I cut the hearts from Sweethearts, including welding two shadow hearts together to form the base card. The base card was cut in a cranberry colored Swiss dot Bazzill cardstock. I cut the top layer of heart, with the eyelet scallops, in a lacey gold paper that my friend Kathy shared with me.


The two layers of silhouettes from ACY were cut in cranberry cardstock for the shadow and texturized core'dination cardstock for the top layer silhouettes. I enhanced the Valentine couple with white gel pen dots and doodles.


I glued ecru vintage looking lace around the inner edges of the scalloped heart and added Prima flowers to the top edge of the heart. I also added a double layer of the word love from Winter Woodlands cartridge to the upper left front of the card. I again used the black cardstock and gold lacey paper to create the two word layers.


I added an additional lacey heart inside the card so it is all set for me to stamp my St. Valentine's message.

6 comments:

Margie said...

Beautiful, Susan! Love your paper choices and the lacy ribbon! The colors and texture are gorgeous!

melanie said...

Oh this is just beautiful!!!

CelticWoman said...

Oh Susan, what a beautiful vintage valentine, love love that lace. Hugs

The Garden of Egan said...

So darling! Just found your blog!

DonnaMundinger said...

Wow waht gorgeous vintagey paper! What a sweet Valentine! xxD

Wife2TJ said...

This is SO PRETTY!!! :-)