Dimensional Designs Blog hop

 

Happy New Year! We are so excited to have you join us for our first Inspireation Hop of 2024. Our Dimensional Designs Inspiration Hop this weekend celebrates the fun of handmade valentine with a 3D twist. Each stop along the way will show you a new design to inspire you as you prepare to make your own thoughtful and unique valentines for friends and loved ones.
As always, we will be giving away a $50.00 Gift Certificate to one lucky person who leaves a comment along the way. Every stop is another change to win, so please share the love with each of the talented makers. We will annount the winnder on the Scrap'n Stamp blog at the end of the month.

Now back to my cards. I have made two cards for this hop.
For this first card I am using dies by Concord and 9th - Love Quilt Top. To colour the letters I used distress oxide inks in Picked Raspberry, Kitsch Flamingo, Lumberjack Plaid and Barn Door.

On the Quilt top cover I used Spun Sugar, and the bottom red is Red Velvet cardstock by Gina K. Designs.
Although it is hard to see, given the background paper, it is also quilted using Sizzix embossing folder called "Quilted" which adds further texture. To finish this card I stamped the sentiment using VersaFine Clair ink in Tulip Red.

The square paper layers are on foam dots, which adds extra dimension.
My second card is by Poppy Stamps and called Graceful Heart Frame. I started this card by first die cutting the Prism Studio Gold Pharaoh foil cardstock, which I am using for the card base. 

I stamped the sentiment, which is by Penny Black called Kisses and Wishes, using VersaFine Clair ink in Green Oasis which finishes my card. 

Seems easy, but I dare say it was time consuming with all the pieces. But I do love the results very much, and I hope you do as well. 

Thank you for joining me today and I hope you left me a message so you can be included in our draw!

Up next on the hop is Tara



16 comments

  1. I love the solid red one with gold trim. Thank you for sharing your work.

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  2. Hello Kia. I really like both of ur cards. The green glitter cardstock on ur 2nd card really is beautiful 🥰! Thanks so much for taking part in the blog hop 🥰. Take care.

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  3. Two very beautiful cards. I love the printed paper on your first card and the foil on your second gives it just the right amount of sparkle!!

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  4. Both cards are beautiful! I love the patterned paper on 1st card and the foil on 2nd gives it just the right amount of sparkle!

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  5. I love the love quilt card! Its so beautiful

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  6. A duo of beautiful 3D cards! I'm especially smitten with the quilted Love...so lovely! Even though creating these was time consuming, the results make it worthwhile; thank you for sharing your creativity with us!
    ~carol

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  7. Beautiful cards! I love the quilted look on your first card, and your second card is very elegant! Lovely colors and designs!

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  8. I love both of your cards! The first card really looks quilted, and the inlaid die cuts with the gold foil give the second card such a special look.

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  9. Love your beautiful cards! Thank you for sharing your lovely cards!

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  10. The stitching details are so cute. I love the Valentine. Sharon Gullikson

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  11. Gorgeous cards! Stitched love with the plaid is wonderful as well as the gold foiled red heart and leaves!! Gorgeously done!

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  12. Beautiful cards. The red and gold one is stunning. It almost reminds me of red velour.

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  13. Great cards. The gold and red one is stunning. The red reminds me of red velour or velvet because it appears like it has texture. Very cool.

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  14. Such pretty cards. I really like all the sparkle and shine on the heart one.

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  15. I l love both cards. The heart is Gorgeous!! Thanks for sharing!

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