Sunday, February 1, 2009

Day 7: Sneak Peek - February Journaling Spot

This is the last sneak peek of's new line of stamps that will be released on the website on February 2nd. This project is from the set called "February Journaling Spot."

I made the card base from white CS with a block of Basic Grey patterned paper. that has been cut along the bottom with scalloped scissors, adhered on top, with ribbon wrapped around it near the bottom. I stamped the heart image onto red fun foam that was first heated with a heat gun, and cut it out. I stamped the "love" sentiment (from the set "Snowman Love") on the journaling lines and hand wrote the "2" and "U" with a glaze pen. I also used a white pen to add dots around the heart, and adhered some pearls on the swirls. The heart was adhered to the card front with glue dots.

The second photo shows the fun foam a little bit better.

BLOG HOP: If you are participating in the blog hop, be sure to go to each design team member's blog and leave a comment. Even if you aren't participating, it's worth going just to see the great jobs they've all been doing with their sneak peek projects. After visiting each one be sure to stop at the 2RedBananas blog and answer the question posted there.

I hope everyone has enjoyed seeing the sneak peeks of this new line of stamps. Be sure to visit on Monday to see all of these great stamp sets, not to mention all the other awesome products available on the site.


  1. Hey Wendy, I love the foam. It makes it POP! And the perals are a nice extra touch too. Very pretty!

  2. Beautiful use of this stamp!! I love it!!

  3. How cool!! Love that fun foam. I have some of that stuff and always forget to use it - love it with this heart!

  4. I like the fun foam heart--very clever!

  5. love what you did with the heart

  6. What an adorable card! I love how you used the journaling heart on the card! That is so creative!


  7. You did a great job with the Journalling heart and I love how you show to use a typical scrapbook element on a card!!! Great Job!!!



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