Monday, 22 February 2016

Hugs and Kisses

Hello and thank you for your visit.

Last week I got a magazine and they were explaining how to make floating cards.

I forgot to take my magazine up to my cabin so I didn't have the right dimensions but this card was very easy and fun to make.

It's a 5 inch square card and I cut a  section out of the front of the card, stuck a square of paper on the inside then decorated with snippets of Stampin Up papers that I had embossed.

I used stuff that I still had out on my desk from making my hubby's valentine card.

The heart was stencilled onto a scrap of card then I added red Sakura starlight pen to give some glimmer.

 I attached the white card to the stripey paper then matted onto black card and stuck the panel on to join the top and bottom pieces of the card  front together.

 The sentiments are Hero Arts stamps.   The red heart gems were from my stash and are one of the first things I ever bought.

I think I'll probably make a lot more of this type of card as it's quick, fun to do and you can certainly use up lots of scraps.

I would like to enter my card into the following:-
Crafting From The Heart - Challenge 100
Creative Inspirations -Challenge 345
Crafter's  Cafe Challenge - #143



30 comments:

  1. Brilliant card...and using all those scraps Barb.....something I seem to collect and the pile never goes down!

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  2. Is your floating card fairly stable? I've been thinking about trying one since I've wondered about the stability. Anyway, this is really cool. Love the stuff you pulled together for this.

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    1. Hi Judy, yes it's surprisingly stable. I think you just need to make sure you have a wide enough piece to join the top and bottom pieces of the card. Barbxx

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  3. A gorgeous card, love the mix of papers you ave chosen, they work really well together.
    Lorraine

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  4. Wow Barb, you are so talented and this is an amazing card. I never heard of a floating card.. one more thing for me to google up technique on ☺ Great JOB>

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  5. What a fun card, Barb, great design. I seem to remember reading about a floating card, but have never tried one. Think this will be something else for me to try. :-) xx

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  6. What a fun card, Barb! A great way to use up some snippets!

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  7. This is so much fun with that big red lip print! Love the X's and O's too!

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  8. Lovely card Barb, great use of all those scraps, love the colour combo and the glimmery lips : )

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  9. This is such an amazing creation Bard! Beautifully designed with wonderful selection of papers! Love it!

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  10. Fabulous and fun Barb! What a great design to create a cool card and use scraps.

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  11. Great design--love all the papers!

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  12. I didn't realise at first that it was real open space there, I thought you must have used a strip of acetate. I'm very impressed that it doesn't sag or buckle, must give it a try. I love the bold, bright design and colours you've used
    Jane

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  13. Hi Barb...What a brilliant card....great design....love the papers and the lips!....Joolsx

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  14. TOP MARKS for having a go and getting it SOOOO right without the instructions! COOL CARD xxx

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  15. Such a cool idea Barb! I might give that a try, makes for an unusual and pretty card! Have a lovely day! Hazel xx
    My Card Attic

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  16. Love the design and layout of your card, a floating card is a great idea

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  17. Such a clever idea to remove part of the front panel! You ROCK!!
    Plus a very good use of those dreaded snippets...LOL

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  18. Loving your floating card, I've not seen this before or if I have it hasn't registered. What a super idea, I think I might just have to have a go too.
    I love your theme too.

    Hugs Erika. x

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  19. A lovely unusual card. I hadn't seen hat style of card before, so thank you for sharing it. Cara x

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  20. What a clever design Barb, I really like the papers and design.

    Hugs Diane

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  21. Fabulous card Barb, haven't seen this as yet anywhere. brilliant design and colours, Kate x

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  22. Super design Barb and great papers. Love those lips xx

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  23. What a gorgeous card and floating makes it even better, great colors and design. Thanks for sharing with us at Crafting for all Seasons, hope to see you again. Barb

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  24. Wow! This is Pop ART! Great use of your scraps and fab design!

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  25. Very clever design in great colours and I sure love those lips.
    Hugs Lisa

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  26. What a great bright and fun card!

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  27. A gorgeous creation! Thanks for playing at Creative Inspirations! xxx

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  28. Gorgeous card! Thank you for joining us at Crafting For All Seasons challenge. Hope to see you again very soon. Mary DT xx

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