Monday, February 8, 2016

Heart of Hearts


Last Spring I was blessed to meet my blogging friend, Mary H.
and her sweet husband, in person.

She very generously gifted me with a bag of goodies.

This heart was one of her gifts.

Thank you again, my friend.

I used it to make a special Valentine for one of my daughters.

Thanks for the visit.

Enjoy!
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Card Recipe
Paper:  Solar White (Neena), Whisper White, Red Foil, Dazzling Diamond Glimmer (SU)
Other:  Heart of Hearts Die (IO), Expressions Thinklits Dies (retired SU)




12 comments:

Maxine D said...

What stunning card Bonnie - love the red behind the heart.
Blessings
Maxine

Lisa Lara said...

Beautiful Bonnie love how the red shines.

Barb said...

This is beautiful Bonnie. I love the background embossing behind that beautiful heart. Barbxx

Daffodil Cards said...

This is beautiful, love the embossing folder you have used, the heart die is awesome and the red foiling is perfect for it. A fabulous card.

I saw the photos of you and Mary and sounds like you had a great time together.

Sandy said...

Boo Sugar - still here!!!
Sandy xx

Brenda said...

This is such a beautiful card Bonnie! I love that heart with all the little hearts cut out in it. The embossing looks great as does the mirror and glitter paper. Hugs, Brenda

Princess Judy Palmer said...

That foiled red really makes this elegant card pop. What a fun die! What a great friend!

nancy littrell said...

I love all your textures, CAS design and especially your beautiful hearts :-) TFS Bonnie.

Susan said...

Love the bits of sparkle set into the other hearts! You've made the most gorgeous Valentine cards this year!

Loll said...

Very pretty and very special for your daughter. Love the mix of hearts from different papers. xx

jimlynn said...

Love the sparkle and shine on this beautiful card Bonnie! So very pretty.
Lynn

Darnell J Knauss said...

That Mary is a sweetie and she will love what you did with her heart, Bonnie! Well, not her heart exactly, but you know what I mean! I think your choice of that font sediment and the diagonal e/f were genius! Hugs, Darnell