Saturday, February 6, 2016

Share the Love Blog Hop

Close To My Heart is offering a great campaign this month to add extra support to Operation Smile through the Share the Love stamp set.  (Did you know that $7 of every purchase of this stamp set will go to Operation Smile?  What a great way to help a child!)  If you're already hopping, then you've arrived from Brenda's blog.  You'll go to Michelle Rowley's blog next.)  I decided to have fun with my watercolors in conjunction with this fab stamp set.  I made two similar cards to share with you.  The first measures 3"x6".
The second card measures 3.5"x8.5".

Both cards started with a green watercolor wash to the card base background.
Then I splattered a darker shade of green and then black watercolor paint.

The letters were cut with the CTMH/Cricut Artbooking cartridge at 2.25".  I outlined the letters with my journaling pen.  The "o" is a stamp from the Share the Love stamp set.  Both cards have a gold puffy heart from the Charlotte Workshop Your Way.  Both cards feature our new gold ribbon (the white & gold is in the Regatta collection and the black & gold is in the Charlotte collection).

Share the love by leaving a comment and then click on to MICHELLE'S BLOG next.  Thanks for stopping by!
Click HERE for all the hop participants and their blogs.


  1. I love your card. I have some many ideas for making variations of it. Colors, embellishments, stamps, etc. I hope you don't mind but I will be borrowing this idea.

  2. Please do! The background would look good in so many different colors and "hello" would be cool in different fonts.

  3. Ohhhh fun fun fun watercolored background! Fabulous card :)

  4. Awesome Idea! I want to try this with the watercolor background like that and the hello with the telephone - CUTE!

  5. What a fun card! Love how you used the speech bubble as the "O".

  6. That watercolour background is fantastic!

  7. Love the watercolor back ground!

  8. Cute cards, we had fun making one of these at class yesterday!

  9. Beautiful. Great technique that is quite versatile.

  10. I love your watercolored panels with splattered ink. They turned out great. Thanks for inspiring me today!
    :) Marie


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