Welcome to Simply Sunday with the Getting Cricky Design Team!
Today is the day that the Getting Cricky Design Team gets to show off some of the projects they have created with the wonderful stamps from K Andrew Designs. Our theme for this week is Weddings and Engagements.
For today’s project I used the Sampler Cricut cartridge. If you own this cartridge then be SURE to come back every day this week because I will be making a new card featuring a cut from this cartridge and a K Andrew stamp each day this week!
To create this card, I used a stamping technique that I learned from the 1 2 3 Stamp DVD from Above Rubies Studio.
For this project I used
a heart shaped Cricut cut for a mask
the phrase “I do!” from the Owly Hoo Stamp set
some embossed red paper
black and white glitter border
the masking technique from the 1 2 3 Stamp DVD from Above Rubies Studio.
If you like this card, you should also check out the Subway Art card I made from several different K Andrew stamp sets.
Make sure to stop by Getting Cricky to see what the rest of the Design Team has created, and you can even enter your OWN project into the challenge.
I can’t wait to see what you come up with!
This is so awesome, Shawn!! I love how you masked the heart to stamp!! So creative and fabulous 🙂
Getting Cricky DT – Sister
Awesome card love the way you have showed us the Steps to make this and love love the heart. cool Idea. thanks for sharing,
Anita Getting Cricky Jr.Dt. Sister
Great idea! This is a very pretty card!! Great job!!!
Getting Cricky JrDt – Sister
Shawn this is very cool!! thanks for sharing this technique!!
This is such a fabulous technique and I love the way it turned out.
Cheri – Getting Cricky JrDT Sister
I love how you did this! So creative! I love the I do stamp as well. Fabulous card Shawn!
Heather Getting Cricky JR DT Sister
WOW…I wouldn't have thought that that's how you made the Heart!!! I really thought it was a cut shape!! Great job!!
Ildi your DT sister
What a cool technique love this heart!!
Getting Cricky DT – sister
What a lovely card – and such a wonderful technique. I received a card from Kristan who told me about this technique so I had to come and learn for myself. Thanks for sharing the steps… with photos!