Wednesday, February 4, 2015

MUSE Challenge #103

Hi blog friends!

Just a quick post to show you a card I made for a challenge being hosted by my incredibly talented online friend, Vicki Dutcher, for MUSE

I don't often have the time to play along in challenges, but I loved Vicki's card and thought I'd give it a go. 

Here's her cute card

 
 
My inspiration first came from the colors; red, black and white, then the heart and circles (see my dot background).  Finally that standout sentiment.  Such a great card by Vicki.
 
 
 
 I love this floating hearts die from Simon Says...I've had it for awhile and have never used it. 
 

You can find the details on playing along in the challenge at the MUSE Card Club

Thanks so much for stopping by.

11 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Aww thanks so much for the shout out and playing in the challenge! [Seriously, you have no idea] I adore this heart die! With the inlaid pieces, your card turned out fabulous~!

Lynette said...

What a great card, Cheri! Love your use of the colors and the wonderful die cut! Thanks for paying my blog a visit:)

Ina said...

Fabulous job on the inspiration you got from Vicki's adorable card. Love yours and all those hearts - love it SS

experimentswithcardmakingetc said...

Perfect! The color inspiration is so apparent and the hearts form a cute addition to the card!

Ardyth Percy-Robb said...

I love how you've filled in the hearts with the 3 different colours! So glad you joined us at Muse this week!

Maria Ontiveros said...

Love the color scheme.
Rinda

Susan said...

Love how you've paper pieced the hearts! That color combo is one of my favorites!

Cornelia W said...

So pretty! Awesome paper piecing!

Karin said...

Gorgeous card!
Karin

Kika said...

Great, eye-catching card! I like the embossed background and the heart border on it. Red-white-black is my favorite combination.

Michele Henderson said...

Beautiful card! Fresh and fun!

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