Wednesday, January 12, 2011

Even more Immortal Love cards


I am addicted to making cards with the 4 1/2" X 6 1/2" mat stack of paper from DCWV called "Immortal Love." They are papers inspired by the vampire trend, but I believe that it is more Twilight inspired - truly. Each card uses a sheet from the mat stack. The above card is made with black and Lemon Tart (from Papertrey Ink) cardstocks. Some bright yellow ribbon, some Hero Arts rhinestones and an Immortal Love chipboard embellishment finish off this meadow card. Edward did "sparkle" when he and Bella were laying in the sunshine of the meadow.


The tree and moon card is Basic Black and Basic Grey cardstock from Stampin' Up. The chipboard moon is also an Immortal Love embellishment. The stamp is from Word Play by Stampin' Up. The rhinestones are also from Stampin' Up. The tree sparkles and is part of the paper. I amlost put silver cording across it, but I wanted to keep it simple.


I think this last card is my favorite! The paper is awesome all by itself and the chipboard embellishments (trees and moon) make it pop even more. The cardstocks are Basic Black (Stampin' Up) and Ocean Tides from Papertrey Ink. Ocean Tides is really close to Sage Shadow and I think either would've done a good job pulling color from the paper. I printed the sentiment out on Ocean Tides cardstock with my computer. Then I ran it through my Cuttlebug with a Spellbinder die - it turned out fantastic, if I may say so! The ribbon is Ocean Tides twill - also from Papertrey Ink. Satin ribbon would've been more elegant, but I don't have any (boo hoo). I thought of putting the sentiment "go jump off a cliff," but I think this is better. Insert evil laugh here. Have a good night - Heidi

1 comment:

  1. Awesome! I too love the Immortal Love card stock... and I totally agree it's mostly Twilight inspired. I'm a new follower now. Check out my blog at www.designsbydaygreenfield.blogspot.com

    I've got some Twilight stuff on there now and will be adding more soon! ;)

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