Hello! "My favorite stamp of the month" is a new feature Emma and the design team will be doing every other Thursday. For this one we are featuring You Had Me At Chocolate. This was Emma's very first stamp set and I just love it! :) Ok, onto my card...I made this in about 15 minutes! Somehow the idea popped into my head and I ran with it. ;) I inked up the text portion with festive berries and fired brick distress inks. I then added lots of shine by misting with perfect pearls and water...
See all that shine? It's really pretty in real life. Pictures just can't do it justice. ;) I white heat embossed the sentiment from You Had Me At Chocolate from MyCreativeTime. The patterned papers are from the pretty Yours Truly collection by Echo Park. OH, I just hand cut that heart....no cricut ;)
If you own this stamp set, we would LOVE to see ANY projects you have made OR any NEW projects using this stamp set! My Creative Time is having a "You Had Me At Chocolate" Link party! Please link up your projects HERE to Mr. Linky on "My Creative Time's" page! If you do NOT own this set, it's your LUCKY day because it is on sale right now HERE! Go pick up your set before they sell out! We are ALL looking forward to seeing your projects!;)
♥ Nikki ♥
pssst....there just might be a little sneaky peekie on this card ;)
OH here are some cards I've made before with this set...
Oh my. Love all your cards with this set!!ReplyDelete
You are so talented!ReplyDelete
SO perfect Nikki! I love your new card! And of course I remember and love each of the others too. It is so fun to see them again! Hugs- GloraReplyDelete
Love all of these:) That is one of my fav stamp sets to of Emma's:)ReplyDelete
OMG! You just keep blowing me away with all this gorgeousness!! I absolutely love this card and what all you have done with it! I also remember the others and they are perfect to (not like there is EVER anything you do that is bad!) Hugs, LeanneReplyDelete
Girly these cards are beautiful. I lovvvvvvvve them. All the stitching is georgous. I'm also enjoying the use of kraft paperReplyDelete