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February Muse Monday: All My Heart

Hello! It's the first Monday of the month, which means I get to share the latest Bombshell Stamps Muse Monday with you. What's Muse Monday? Each month, I choose a different set for the Design Team to highlight, and every Monday, different members of the team strut their stuff with that set. By the end of the month, you will  have seen a bunch of fabulous projects, all using that one set. So much inspiration! This month, I chose All My Heart. You can find it HERE in the Bombshell Shop. Here's what I made. It's an ATC to go along with the latest Wicked Wednesday challenge.

I typically have a rough time with ATC's, which is why I don't make them very often. And while I did struggle with this one a bit, I do like how it turned out! The Wicked Wednesday challenge is Gothic Love, and I think this heart from the All My Heart set works quite nicely with the challenge.

I colored the heart with a combination of watercolor markers and alcohol markers. My background was done with a page from an old book, and I inked some Distress Ink on to a Glimmer Screen.

My sentiment is from a Celtic font alphabet stamp set. Sparkly Mary teamed up with me this week over at the Bombshell Blog to show off the All My Heart set. Why not head on over to see her creation? Thanks for stopping by. Have an inspiring day!

Comments

DonnaMundinger said…
OOOh, gorgeous! Love the bold coloring. Have to check out that set. I don't think I've seen it before. xxD
Jenn Borjeson said…
That set IS super cute - love your ATC, my friend. Thanks so much for joining us at Wicked Wednesday. :)
Kim said…
So pretty! Love the bright colors you used with the muted background. Thanks for joining us at Wicked Wednesday!
Kim
Denice said…
What a fantastic ATC...love the heart and the background! Thanks for playing along with us this week at Wicked Wednesday.
:Dxx
Sharon said…
Love this! Thanks for joining us at wicked Wednesday!

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