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01/19/2017

Thu 19

I will Always Love You
By Lezlye Lauterbach

 

 

Welcome Poppystamps Fans!Continuing on with my Love of Valentine's for the Blog Blitz. I have used watercolor paper to cut with the grid collage die. I had imagined this card when I picked this die.

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I watercolored the base using reds, pinks and a touch of orange the brushed on the pinks/reds on the top, die cut piece. Finished it off by adding black ink splatters, because I intended to add a black, white embossed sentiment also from Poppystamps.

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The hearts were from the inlay heart die. I also watercolored the white one that I attached to the sentiment. The top piece is mounted with foam squares to add dimension.

The blog blitz runs  from January 9-January 23, 2017.  We'll be giving  away a prize on every post during this time.   Most days we'll have 2 posts so check back often!  
To enter to win you need to leave a comment on EACH of the posts that you wish to enter.   One person will be chosen at random from each of the posts during the blog blitz.

Only one prize per person per blog blitz. We use random number generator to select winners from comments.

You have until midnight US EST January 25  to leave a comment on each and every post that you want to enter. Winners will announced on this blog on January 28.

Thanks for Popping by, don' t forget to comment during the entire Blog hop for your chance to win dies from this new release!

 

Lezlye Floral Signature copy copy

Comments

Great cared. Just love your grid die with the hearts and wash of color.

Artistic, beautiful masterpiece! You're making me add more to my wishlist!

Great die cut.
the coloring is so relaxed
and flowing.
Wonderful card.
thanks for sharing.

Gorgeous card!! Love the watercolored background!!

The background stamp really adds a lot of dimension when paired with the watercolor background. So versatile. Nice job.

Your card is so pretty!
Love the background colors.
And this die is fabulous -
would love to play with it.

I love the soft look of the watercolor and the grid is so cool. I can see little squares inlaid in it.

Thanks for showing that grid die cut...I wouldn't be attracted to it without seeing how you used it!

I love the way you used this die. This is also great for a 'guy' valentine card - not too frilly or lacey. Good job!

Very cool card!

Awesome textures and colors on your pretty card! Love that Grid Collage die and the pretty hearts!

This is a cool and unique! Your card is very cute!

WOW the subtlety of the pastel pink and the bright red looks absolutely stunning with the Poppy Stamps die

A really cool card Lezlye, love the grid die, I can think of lots of things to do with that one. Very versatile!

Stunning! Love your watercolor grid!

Beautiful contemporary Valentines card.

Cool card, and great new dies!

DELIGHTFUL card!
LOVE EVERYTHING about your design Lezlye, from the delicate grid to your hearts & watercolours with the pop of black!

The collage dies from this new release are some of my favorite! Love how this one adds interest and dimension to your pretty card !

Beautiful card :) great die!!

Lovely card Lezlye, the Grid Collage is such a cool die : )

Great artsy feel to your card. The Grid die an interesting texture to it. The black splatters add the perfect finishing touch.

I would not have been able to figure out how to use this grid die but wow, this is gorgeous!! I love the water coloring and layering of dies....so creative!

Beautiful design. I love the fact that this grid collage would work so well for men's cards, too. A must for my shopping list. :)

What a beautiful card! So many lovely dies each day...

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