Wednesday, February 5, 2014

simon says. . . .

to have a heart for their current challenge. 



 Here is my card:




I used an older Penny Black stamp and some Bo Bunny paper for this card.  The image was stamped with Versafine black onyx ink and heat embossed with a clear sparkle embossing powder.  Some clear gems and black and white twine .  I will put a sentiment inside to send to a friend.

Also sending this over the Word Art Wednesday where their challenge is anything goes.

Hope you are staying warm and cozy where you are!

11 comments:

Rosemary said...

wonderful card, joy... that stamp is so pretty and look fabulous done up in black and white!

Cornelia W said...

So pretty, Joy! I like the contrast of the PP and the stamped hearts!

Virginia L. said...

Gorgeous! I love the contrast of the stamp with the colorful pattern paper, Joy! FABULOUS work as always!

Greta said...

Love that stamp & it must really look wonderful with the sparkle! Great card, Joy!

Dawn Turley said...

beautiful Joy. Love the black and white hearts really pop against the reds

Brenda said...

I just love that gorgeous image you stamped Joy! Super card!

Linda said...

Love the boldness of the patterned paper and the black stamping!

Karen Letchworth said...

This is such a sweet card, Joy. Thanks SO MUCH for sharing your lovely card in our challenge this week. It's a real delight to have you join us, and I really hope you'll stop by to share again soon.
God bless your week!
Karen
Word Art Wednesday

Lorraine A said...

Gorgeous card Joy, the paper and whole design of this is lovely :-)

thanks for joining us on the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge
luv
Lols x x x

Robin K. said...

I really like how you kept the image black and white- it contrasts nicely with the pp! We're trying to stay warm here in upstate NY but it hasn't been easy! You do the same Joy!

Carole Robb Bisson said...

Joy,
You won last weeks Word Art Wednesday. Congratulations. We are hoping to see more of your beautiful art this week. Blessings, Carole
Every time I see your blog, I'm taken back to the late 1940's. My Grandad, David Robb was a wonderful gardener and blue Morning Glories covered the carriage house and fences. It was like a sea of beauty.