Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Heart Full of Love - and Chocolate!

I know, I know, I just showed you a cute Valentine's heart yesterday made with the Petal Cone Die. And really, I struggled as to whether I should show you ANOTHER one today. But, I figured two things - One, that Valentine's Day is fast approaching and you probably want those ideas now instead of later; and Two, that cute is cute and this one has an entirely different look than the delicate pink one yesterday. So, now that's settled, would you like to see it? Ok, here you go:

Yes, I am aware that the Hershey Chocolate Hearts are the BEST looking thing in this photo, but you can console yourself about not having them by knowing that they no longer exist - they were delicious! :) But, now I'm back on my WW plan so if you stop by, any stray chocolate will be offered with no hesitation!

This particular heart pouch was one I designed for my Downline Team meeting last month. We all love the Petal Cone Die - it's just so stinkin' cute and makes a ton of cool projects! For this one, I used the Love Impressions Designer Paper that's in the Occasions Mini catalog. The DSP is the front piece, Real Red cardstock was used for the back side and scallops. It almost looks like a bustier doesn't it?

I created the stamped images for the front with the XOXO stamp set and added Real Red 5/8" Grosgrain and Real Red 1/8" Taffeta Ribbons to complete the look.

If you don't own this Big Shot die yet, it's a must have for your list. I think we are just scratching the surface of all the creative projects we can make with it. I'm looking forward to exploring them all! Let me know if you NEED it - I'm happy to order it for you, or you can visit my Stampin' Up! Website and place your order now.
While you're on my website, be sure to check out my events calendar - I have some very fun classes and stamping events coming up. I'd love to have you as my guest here!

Happy Stampin' today!
~~Robin

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3 comments:

  1. Very cute, love that dp for the cone and the red scallop trim. Your "Love" cluster is just perfect for this. Beautiful work.

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  2. Love this project! It's so cute...and really, can we ever see too many heart shaped cones!?
    We met at Leadership (in the washroom, of all places!) and when I mentionned that I loved your blog you were happy to hear that someone does read it! I thought I would leave you a message to say HI!
    Keep up the great work! Hugs,
    Roxane

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  3. Love this project! It's so cute...and really, can we ever see too many heart shaped cones!? :)
    We met at Leadership (in the washroom, of all places!)and when I mentionned that I love your blog, you said to leave a message next time. So here's a friendly "Hello" from Canada!
    Keep up the great work, Hugs!
    Roxane

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