Monday, February 6, 2017

A Valentine in Neutral Colors

I have a card featured on the Lawn Fawn blog today that uses Love Letters to create a stamped background. I stuck with a neutral color palette of kraft cardstock, Lawn Fawn Soot ink, Black Licorice cardstock, vellum and just a smidgen of Chili Pepper cardstock. For the complete supply list you can visit the Lawn Fawn blog.

I love the look of text in the background. The pops of red keep this neutral design from being too plain.

I made Valentines for my grandson Uriah's class again this year!

I used Monster Mash and Argyle Backdrops along with the sun from the die set Sun and Moon. The fun Zig Zag Rectangle and Cilantro cardstock will be available on February 23!!

This Valentine is all about that goofy googly eyed monster!!

These are the cards I made for Uriah in 2015 and 2016 using Lawn Fawn's Wheelie Like You and Pizza My Heart sets.

Thanks so much for your visit!

8 comments:

  1. Wheee what fun!! I love them all...and thanks for the inspiration I need to get a move on and this helps! :D

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  2. AWE all those Valentines are super Adorable!!!! I can't believe you made them for the whole class to give out!! That is truly A Lot of work and hope those kids appreciate all the time it took you to make them too!!!

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  3. Just love the fun background you created on kraft, Nancy! And those Valentines are too darling - the googly eye adds the perfect touch!!

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  4. These are all so fun! Thanks for sharing, Nancy!

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  5. Very cute Nancy. Such fun Valentines card

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  6. I love that kraft neutral look, and the pops of red really stand out! Those silly monsters are so cute!!

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