Painted with Love Meets Sunshine Wishes Thinlits

Today’s card combines products from the new Painted with Love Suite with one of my favorite products from the Annual Catalog: the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits!  The card base is Rich Razzleberry, the middle layer is Powder Pink, and the top is a design from the Painted with Love Specialty Designer Paper.  I love this paper because it combines such beautiful colors with gold accents.  And normally, I’m not big on gold.  I’m more of a silver girl!  But with these colors, I think the gold looks amazing!

The heart is cut with the Sweet & Sassy Framelits from another design from the same paper.  I then cut the “love” sentiment from the Sunshine Thinlits in goil foil, to complement the gold accents in the paper.  I also used the Multipurpose Adhesive Sheets on the back of the foil before cutting, to make adhering it easier!  The sheets turn any die cut into a sticker that you just peel the backing off and apply to your project when ready.  It’s so much easier and less messy than glue!   (No matter how careful I am, I always make a mess with glue!)  The “you” sentiment was heat embossed in white embossing powder, and comes from the Amazing You set, which can be earned for FREE with a $50 purchase (before tax and shipping) during Sale-a-Bration!  In this pic, I tried to get a good shot of the light reflecting off of the gold.  Unfortunately, the lighting in my house was not great the day I took these, but hopefully you can see the shine on the sentiment and the little hearts on the paper!

This is a simple, yet elegant card to make for someone you love or for Valentine’s Day (which is right around the corner!)  I had originally planned to embellish it more, but then I decided that I liked it just the way it is!  Hope you like it!  If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me!

Happy Friday!

Nicolle

 

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