Saturday, February 14, 2009

Use Hearts in a Different Way

The Wednesday Stamper challenge is certainly interesting this week. I've used hearts in my 4x4 in a different way in that each heart represents the point on a compass. Voila! Follow your heart. This also ties in with the upcoming Mixed Media Monday challenge - hearts/wings. Happy Valentine's Day!

25 comments:

herminesplace said...

Its gorgeous!

Stempelchaotin said...

Wow this is excellent.
Unbelievable card. Love them.

Pam S. said...

I like this...follow your heart, what a great idea!

Heather Robinson said...

Oh you very clever woman! What an intriguing and very intelligent piece.

lena said...

Wonderful idea! Lovely... Lena

Ozstuff said...

Clever you to tie your picture into both challenges! I love the "follow your heart" theme. Beautiful card.

Ed said...

This is so beautiful, I love all your elements..

Kelly said...

beautiful 4 x 4

Fannie said...

Clever interpretation . . . compass points, hearts and wings. Wonderful! Thanks for sharing, Kersten!

Fannie

mixedmediamonday said...

What a lovely piece - and the "follow your heart" bit is very clever! Diane

Gayle Page-Robak said...

So beautiful, Kersten...love your heart embellishments! Great card.

indybev said...

Lots of thought went into this one, and it shows! Creative and clever.

Virginia said...

Kersten this is really stunning..Love it!!

Julie said...

very clever...its lovely

vintage wil said...

Wow its gorgeous !
what a image!!!

Kris Dickinson said...

This is beautiful!

runningonink said...

Gorgeous! I love the surprise element of the spinner! Very cool!

http://truutske.punt.nl said...

So gorgeous card!! Love it.

hastingshall2 said...

Lovely entry for hearts and wings, Kersten

Janny said...

Really beautiful, great colours!

Melisa said...

Very pretty! Love the gears and compass shapes.

Sally said...

Just beautiful!

Beth said...

What a wonderful composition! Your colors and layout are wonderful.

Sherry said...

Wow! Great work!

Rosie said...

Lovely work - subtle and clever. And we've used the same message "dreams have wings" too!