Heart Struck

Saw the Cinema Saturday Creative Challenge Sneak Peek this morning.  I actually had thought it was from Narnia/Lion Witch & Wardrobe, but it turns out the image was from ‘An Affair to Remember’.  Cool!  Valentine’s Card!  So here’s CSCC #12, An Affair to Remember … 


So “An Affair to Remember” images is the Empire State building, but I couldn’t come close to Sankari’s card, nor Anthonette’s so I went with another image from the movie & the general “love theme”:

Enter quick cards with my Cricut cutter with the Home Accents & Beyond Birthdays cartridges.  I used the cut out corner piece flourish for an archer’s bow & then used it as a mask with Riding Hood Red Ink & a sponge.  Nothing fancy.  

Here’s my card:

Thanks for the fun, ladies!  Be sure to check out other submissions at CSCC, PCP (PaperCraftPlanet:  Cinema), or SCS SplitCoastStampers.

Used:  Riding hood Red CS, Cornucopia DSP, SU Bella Rose DSP, Cording from my sewing Stash, Cricut Cutter, Beyond Birthdays Cartridge, Home Accents Cartridge, Riding Hood Red Ink, Chocolate Chip Marker, Dimensionals.

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5 Responses to “Heart Struck”

  • Beautiful Card AMY!!!
    wow! Love the heart struck image that you have created! Love that bow and the way you did the heart! Beautiful! Gorgeous reds in your cards I love the cording in your card!!

    I am always amazed how you create and even more amazed how you are right on with your CSCC guesses! you totally ROCK!!! WOW!

    Hope you and your family have a wonderful time at the movies! Can’t wait to read about the review :)

    Sending you a ton of happy and merry wishes!!!
    Sankari :)

  • This is a beautiful card! I love the “love struck” theme! It fits very well with the movie!

  • Ann:

    Wow, Amy! Another gorgeous Cinema Saturday card! I love how you positioned the bow–it makes your eye follow across the card to see the arrow go through the heart! :D

  • What a great idea. The cord around the bottom is such a super little touch.

  • Great idea to use the cut out corner as a bow AND as a mask for the background! Beautiful card!

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