Tuesday, January 25, 2011

My Pink Designer - Love!

I am loving the theme for this month's My Pink Designer post:  love, and the color pink!  I have two girls so there is plenty of pink in my house, and there are just so many fun things that you can make with a Valentine's Day theme.  What better inspiration than love, pink, and candy!  I have a question though:  as adorable as they are, does anybody really like eating conversation hearts?  Personally, I think they taste like toothpaste!  Now the sour ones, that's a different story.  I like those!  Aren't Robyn's stamps perfect for the little sayings on the hearts?  They're totally Love-Alicious!



Stamps:  My Pink Stamper Love-Alicious
Cricut Cartridge:  Simply Charmed
Paper:  AC Cardstock, Georgia Pacific, Stampin Up
Punch:  Martha Stewart, and the scallop was made using my Coluzzle
Embellishments:  Offray (ribbon), Stampin Up (button), Recollections (pearls), white gel pen for stitching

Be sure to go to My Pink Stamper to check out all the fabulous My Pink Designer projects!

27 comments:

Princess Hilda said...

so cute, nice card

Nisson Family said...

This card is SO pretty! I love the soft look to it. You did a fab job on those conversation hearts!

Hugs,
Pam
Simply-Pam.blogspot.com

Jo said...

Adorable ... the candy hearts are just perfect ... too cute!!

Jo xx

Craft Junkie Too said...

Very pretty Andrea! I love how you did the hearts. Very creative. :) ♥Tracy

LiveLaughScrap said...

Such a precious card!! And no, I don't like to eat them either. Although your look rather good.
Lori

flowerdisco said...

andrea..tried to comment before and had conflicts...sorry if duplicate.
too cute and yes i do like those heart candy, ;p

ShelleyinGA said...

Andrea, your card is sooo cute!! In fact, you've totally inspired me. I think I may make a layout using some candy hearts!

Hugs,
Shelley @ Cricut Cuteness

CarrieAnne said...

Super fun card! I am with you I only like the sour conversation hearts :)

Maria said...

Perfect way to showcase Robyn's Stamps :-)
Maria

Claire Langan said...

Lovely cards! Love everything about it!
Don't like those candies either. They taste like bland dough, LOL...

Sheena said...

Cute!! Love how you used the stamps..Conversation hearts are my favorite :)

Hugs, Sheena

Sherri said...

Love the conversation hearts!!!! CUTE, CUTE!!!!!

Sherri
sherri@cwik.org

Regina said...

Great card. I like any candy!

Raechel said...

I want to eat the little hearts! This is sooo cute and so like the candy! I love it!
{hugs}~Raechel

Meesh said...

Andrea, the conversation hearts are TOO cute! :o)

Michelle

Gram7 said...

I LOVE THIS CUTE CARD!! I JUST GOT SIMPLY CHARMED LAST WEEK SO I WAS SUPER EXCITED TO SEE YOU USED IT.
GRAM GRAM 66 AT G MAIL DOT COM

Sonya said...

Such a cute card!

DIANA L. said...

I love this card I've been thinking about using those little hearts in a car d this is very nice.

Amber said...

Beautiful card! I love, love, love the look of the candy hearts and I also dislike the taste. I think they taste like flavored chalk!
http://my3escrapbooking.blogspot.com/

luv2scrap said...

Such a cute card!
I am a new follower!

ctscrapper-luv2scrap.blogspot.com

Brooke said...

The hearts look yummy enough to eat! Great job! TFS

Tanya said...

Hi Andrea! I'm the "newbie" from FCCB - Tanya and I finally made it to your blog. Wow...this blog is great, just became a follower and I will be back! I love this card, the hearts have such a 3-D look to them...like you could just pick them up and pop them in your mouth!
Tanya

Anonymous said...

Such a sweet card. Love it.
Your blog is interesting and will be checking it out in the future.
shirleyhouston5@msn.com

Anonymous said...

This card is great. It looks like real candy.

Rita
redheadhugs@verizon.net

readysetstamp said...

I love the litte conversation hearts and the sweet notes that you stamped on each one of them! XOXO, Julie. :0)

Debbie said...

That's a great card. The layers are wonderful and the stitching pulls everything together. Great job and thanks for sharing.

Kayla Taylor said...

I just love your project. Congrats on being a part of the My Pink Stamper Design team! I am one of your newest followers and I hope you can come over to my blog, check it out and become a follower.
myscrapbookinghideaway.blogspot.com

Hugs,
Kayla at My Scrapbooking Hideaway

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