LOVE

Hi there! We are back with our final dose of LOVE -ly inspiration for today.

Veerle Moreels has a beautiful card to share with you, featuring the LOVE sentiment stamp from our ‘Peace Love and Hope’ stamp set…


Hohoho… Merry… wait… what? Finally the sun is coming and snow is the last thing on my mind right now. But… I did indeed take out my Christmas stamps to make a card today ^.^ But that’s only because this set is just perfect for so many more occasions then only Christmas projects.

I really wanted to make a card to send some love over to someone, so the choice to use the word LOVE was obvious, now to build up the rest of the card… I just took my box of Visible Image stamps and looked at each set to find tiny elements that I could bring together. And I ended up with four of them in total for my background.



I firmly believe you should tell anyone that you hold dear you love them. Believe me, you can stay behind alone in a blink of an eye and then it’s to late. So who do you want to tell you love him or her today? What is holding you back…tomorrow is never promised.



Stamps used:


Peace Love and Hope





Believe in Unicorns




Sparkle in the Rain




Fibonacci




Ink Splats







This really is a beautiful card Veerle.. love how you have used little elements from all these stamp sets to create it ♡

You’ll find more inspiring projects over on Veerle’s blog.



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Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Mark & Helen xx


 

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