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Love Struck!

Hi Everyone!  It's Danie here again today with a Valentine's Day inspired ATC.  Yesterday I went shopping for some SVG Cutting Files and couldn't resist one that included a cute Cupid.  I have teamed him with some great products you will find at Altered Pages (see the links below) to make my Love Struck ATC.

My Base is a piece of Vintage Candy Burnt Sugar Core'dinations and I have embossed this with a random flourish embossing folder and then sanded back further the design to reveal the core.  I then took my Faber Castell Gold Gelato and buffed some of this color across the design.  With my Spellbinders Labels Die I cut a piece of the music score paper from the Glitz Pretty in Pink Paper Collection.  Both my cupid and the banner are from SVG Cuts Cutting Files and cut on my Sizzix Eclips Machine whilst the hearts were punched.  To finish my ATC I adhered these elements to my card front along with the Kraft Typo Number - No. 14 and added a touch of glitter to the cupid.

Thanks for stopping by today and I hope to see you join us for our upcoming Monthly Challenge which kicks off next Monday.

Until then have a great week!

Danie xx


  1. Love the vintage feel to this sweet Valentine ATC. I like that burnt sugar paper, too. Must add to my wish list. TFS.

  2. Wonderful work Danie. Vintage yet modern!

  3. Beautiful work! I love the buffing with the Gelato's!!


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