Drunken Stampers Challenge #54 ~ A loss for words. No Sentiments.

I thought I’d wait until today to post my card for the Drunken Stampers Challenge Blog. This week’s challenge is to make a card without any sentiments or words.
I started off thinking of something gothic as a jumping point but then it turned into something that’s Moulin Rouge inspired and it became Jeff’s Valentine’s card. 🙂 And so I thought I’d wait to post it just in case Jeff might see it before today.

I’m really pleased with the way it turned out and it doesn’t need words at all 🙂

With the heart, I die cut it out of grungeboard, painted it with black acrylic paint, covered it with red brick distress stickles and then covered that with glossy accents.

Be sure to visit the Drunken Stampers challenge blog to see what my other fabulous DT member friends have done!

Thanks for dropping in. Wishing you all wonderful sweet things on this Valentine’s Day!!



11 thoughts on “Drunken Stampers Challenge #54 ~ A loss for words. No Sentiments.

  1. Oh wow! I love that heart! And the seam binding looks so awesome on the side of the card that way! And did I say I love that heart?! lol. I haven’t seen one like that yet. Cool!

  2. Goodmorning Spike! Thanks for stopping by at my blog today. Yes, I have yours in my list too, but just hadn’t time for blogging or visiting last week… it’s fun to come here, ’cause it reminds me of ‘home’ (we have the same blog-template, you did notice that too I guess…) I love your card! I’m not the ‘sweet type’ and don’t use hearts often, but this one is gorgeous!!!

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving such sweetness on Valentine’s Day. I love your art and made the decision to follow along here and on your tutorial blog and on Drunken Stampers Challenge!!! Thanks for sharing your creativity!!!

  4. Hi Spike, that is gorgeous, how i want to reach out and touch that heart. thanks so much for saying hello over at my blog too … you are an angel, you must be worn out with all the blogging
    hugs June x

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