Not much time tonight...But I thought I would pop in and quickly share a cute card I just finished up :)

Call me a hopeless romantic...But doesn't the sound of a hot air balloon, sailing in the sky, whilst enjoying some of the world's most spectacular vantage points with the one you love sound SO romantic?
Unless you are afraid of heights, that is...in which case I am sure a romantic dinner would suffice... :)
Well, I just happen to think that it would a perfectly sweet way to spend some sweet time with a loved one...Thus the inspiration for this 'xoxo' card full of love and all other precious things that run through my mind at this romantic time of year :)

Here's a close up of some Prima lace, crinkled seam binding, and a Basic Grey button that I decorated with liquid pearls...The large heart punch and smaller corner punch are both by EK Success - Martha Stewart.

To make the hot air balloon, I simply drew two pieces on some patterned paper (My Mind's Eye - Alphabet Soup) and cut them out. I connected the two pieces by drawing a line with my liquid pearls for the 'ropes'...Love how it turned out!

The 'xoxoxo' is a cut out from an ADORABLE little Webster's Pages journalling card from the Lullaby Lane collection, and the teal/white pp is from WP's Life's Portrait Collection.
The rest of the papers used on the card are by My Mind's Eye, mostly from the Alphabet Soup collection.

Will be away for the few days, so I'll be posting as soon as I return :)

Be sure to check back on the 22nd for the FAB SNEAK PEEK of the

March Scrap That! Kit!




  1. Woman! You are soooo talented! This is so stinkin cute and beautiful...I just love how you always add your touch of perfect pearls to your projects. I can only imagine what you're paper punch collection looks like lol.

  2. All your work are wonderful and delicate, genuine work of arts!

  3. Getting caught up on blogs, wow your new projects are amazing. This card in particular. Ditto to Karen's comment.


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