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I took my inspiration from the rainbow colors and the heart shape itself...
I used inlaid die-cutting to create this card. I cut a panel with a stitched rectangle die and then cut the linked hearts from the panel. I adhered the panel with the cut onto a card base and then proceeded to cut another linked hearts from black paper to give me the outline piece. I had saved those little white pieces from the original cut to color with my copics. It was so much easier to color each piece rather than cut from tons of different colored papers! I simply adhered the pieces into the card panel and you end up with a nice, smooth finish that goes through the mail without a problem. I finished it all off with a simple sentiment.
I'm also going to enter this into the Paper Smooches monthly challenge - black and white with a pop of color!
A lovely CAS design. Love the row of colorful hearts!ReplyDelete
Love the sweet little row of interlocking hearts, Rachel, really fun CAS design!ReplyDelete
Super sweet take on the inspiration photo!ReplyDelete
Fantastic CAS design Rachel, the little row of hearts is darling.ReplyDelete
This is one fabulous card...love your wonderful rainbow hearts.ReplyDelete
What a fantastic way to make your colored hearts, Rachel! Thanks for those instructions! I'll have to try that! Your card is precious!ReplyDelete
Your inlaid design is fabulous! And, so is your tip about coloring the pieces instead of diecutting them all. Genius!ReplyDelete
A perfect CAS card! love your inlaid hearts!! XXReplyDelete
CAS perfection, love! Great job with the interlocking color changes!ReplyDelete