Thursday, January 24, 2013

Goodbye ~ From The Heart!

Michelle here with my last Glue-ista post for The Rubber Cafe.   I'm focusing one more time on stamping with glue and have two cards for you...and a valentine as well.

I stamped my images on some coordinating designer papers and set them aside to dry.



After they dried a bit, I covered them with the glitters.


Next I fussy cut all of my elements...I usually make more than I need...I use up the glue and I have spares for another project.

Today I have two new cards that I had in my stash from this glue stamping session!  I layered my flowers on some beautiful coated and textured cardstock, which just happens to be hard to photograph!

And I couldn't resist a valentine using the Ornamental Holiday Set as well as the From The Heart sentiment to create a vintage valentine!
I tucked some vintage sheet music fragments into the pocket I created and added a flurry of flowers and Candi from the Hardware set for my flower centers.  The hearts are stamped with Stazon ink onto cream coated papers and then glittered with Patriot Red You're So Fine Glitter/Scrap Happy Glue!

Supplies:
I have enjoyed every moment working for Melissa and The Rubber Cafe.  I've posted 176 posts over the years on my blog featuring these gorgeous images.  The addition of Scrap Happy Glue and You're So Fine Glitter was a fun one....I'm in love...and ALL of my dust bunnies have glitter in them!


4 comments:

The Rubber Cafe said...

Thank you for everything you will be missed .. It was so wonderful getting to know you over the years.

Melissa

MicheleC said...

Beautiful cards Michelle. Love the color combinations, especially your Valentine card. Thanks for being a part of our team!

Karen T said...

I love that Ornamental Holiday set too- so versatile! Great use with the glitter Michelle.
I've so enjoyed being on the team with you this past year, and sharing in the fun with Glitter and Glue! You will definitely be missed...

Debbie Seyer said...

Love your projects! Will miss you and good luck with all you do!