You’re On My Heart – Simon Says Stamp

Hello friends, wanted to share a card I made using the the You’re On my Heart die from the new Simon Says Stamp release Hello Gorgous.

I made a quick background on Tim Holtz watercolor card stock and Vintage photo, festive berries, fired brick and candied apple distress sprays. Cut out all lots of fun hearts using sizzix lovestruck colorize.

Ok I have a bit of an obsession with Guilded foundry wax. Using my finger tool I went around the edges of all the hearts and heat set them. It gave it such a cool effect. for the background I wanted to use the black Kraft stock which I had sanded down. I had lay down the hearts but decided I needed something on the background.

Decided on a Simon Says Stamp Old Letter background stamp. I pulled out Antique line paint and using my brayer I went over the script and stamped it onto the panel. I love the look and using antique linen it was so bright. I trimmed the panel down using TH deckled edge trimmer.

I layered up 4 pieces of the sentiment and again the original plan was to put it on vellum but decided that I needed a white background behind the black font. I had layed out all the hearts onto the background and after I had a layout I liked I used the hand dandy press n seal to keep everything in place and added foam adhesive.

I can’t seem to stop with the spatters ….this time I kept with the same antique linen paint as the background script.

Popped up the panel on fun foam and 110 neenah card base. Love this beautiful sentiment. I think it paired so nicely with this die set.

Hope you like my step by step. You can find links to the supplies I’ve used below: click on the picture and it will take you directly to the product. If purchased through the link provided I will receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. I truly appreciate all your amazing support. Looking forward to sharing many more projects and techniques including my favorite .. mixed media.

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