Tuesday, January 1, 2013

I "El-Oh-Vee-Ee" You...

Firstly, "Happy New Year!!!"
Secondly, welcome back to my very first DT post for The Cutting Cafe.  I'm tickled pink, just like little Cupie here, to have been selected to work with Regina and her fabulous team! 
This card debuts the It's All About Love printable stamp set.  
This background printable worked perfectly for the backdrop of the card.
The sentiment phrase is highlighted next to the soft felt heart.

LOVE was designed on my PC using the free dafont.com website where I downloaded Drifttype and merged it digitally with free papers from Free Vintage Digital Stamps.
The Cupie doll is colored in copics and is from a set I've had for ages.

Hope you enjoyed the card and I wish you all the very best of 2013!!
Hugs n' Happy Stamping,
Lisa xx


Lisa Jane said...

oh this is so cute and the backgrounds just fabulous
Lisa x

Mary J said...

So fabby sweet!!

Regina Easter said...

THIS IS SERIOUSLY TOOOOOOOOOO CUTE...omg omg omg you so rock...hugs

Karon said...

Lisa - this is such a wonderful card - fabulous. Happy New Year:-)

Scrumplescrunch said...

Hello Q

What you have done with the letters is just amazing and they look stunning on this card, and the ripped corrugated cardboard is also impressive, creating wonderful texture.

Using the text as a background adds extra interest.

Congratulations also to you as the DT for the cutting cafe.

Smiles :-)

Kelly said...

Congratulations!! Are they going to have fun with you on their team. I love this card, it is so me. I love that you can fill in the blank on some of the sentences and that cupid baby is soo cute.
Have fun with your new DT position and Happy New Year.

Ryoma Sakamoto.Japan said...

I wish you a ☆ :: * Happy-New-Year * :: ☆ From Japan. Ryoma Sakamoto.

Margaret said...

How do I love your card? Let me count the ways... The fabulous background, the textured woodgrain texture, the felt heart, the L-O-V-E letters, oh, and the cute little cupie doll (even if my girls think they're creepy!)

Congrats on the DT spot too! I know you will be wowing them with your wonderful talent!

Tracy said...

Well I might as well just cut and paste that cartoon above on my blog banner. hee hee Sounds just like something I would say. :-) Guess I also better get on the ball with working on Valentine cards even though it's the first day of January. This one is really fun Twang. Love all that background script and the digital paper piecing looks awesome. Great job chick! H

Decosse's Dynamite Doodles said...

Oh wow Lisa. This card is wonderful. Thanks for the link to the font. I just went and downloaded it. Now, if I could just figure out how you merged it with the papers. That is just too cool.
Thanks for sharing. Hope you a marvelous New Year's Eve and Day.


Mitralee said...

oh my favorite holiday is just around the corner! I LOVE LOVE LOVE Valentine's Day!! This is one sweet card, anything woodgrained makes me super happy!

Pia S said...

FAB design, Lisa! Love the colorful letters against the woodgrain embossed paper. Great!

Carolyn Wolff said...

Love the background you created. Your card is spectacular.

Rose said...

LOVE this!!!! :)
looking forward to working with you on TCC DT and seeing all you create :)

Misty Morgan said...

Ohhhhh...so sweet! I love your adorable card! Your cupid baby is too cute! Great designing! I look forward to working with you on the design team. Big Hugs!

Unknown said...

Congrats on your new DT position!!! You will make an awesome addition to this team L2. :) I love your card and so glad you shared how to get all the freebies too. Thanks and hope you have a blast on this new team.

Audrey L. said...

Lisa, the image on this card is cute. I look forward to working with you on the DT.

Sandy said...

Well congratulations oh talented one on high!!!! They are so very lucky to get you Lisa. What neat paper and you always come up with the
"bestest" ideas.

Jean Cross said...

Great combination of elements. I love the woodgrain texture. Looking forward to working with you on the DT. Happy New Year!
Jean Cross