Thursday, January 22, 2015

Quietfire Design Queen of Hearts Blog Hop- Day four-Have a heart that never hardens

Welcome to the Quietfire Design,
 Queen of Hearts Blog Hop!
Be sure to leave a comment here for the drawing to win Quietfire Design Stamps!
All details at the end of the post.

Returning from CHA Mega Trade Show, jet lagged and super swagged,
It was hard to get back to blog hop deadlines.
My DT sisters have amazed you the past three days with flawless, jaw dropping cards
and home decor.
Here are some cards for the rest of us!
Swaps..I love them... NOTE TO SELF!
You have to make multiples
and mail them.
This is what I call a 15 minute wonder.
I can make multiples of these for swaps easy peasy!
Starting with the Silhouette file Open Heart Border Card
ungroup and scale down to an A2 size card 
and cut from patterned paper.
Stamp Have a heart in VersaFine Crimson and thermal emboss clear,
add a glitzy heart and that's it!
With a  a few minutes left I added panels to the inside,
the paper was on my desk,inked from leftover ink on the craft mat,
and stamped.
The swap hostess deserves a little extra, so I added a hand drawn border and
painted accents with Twinkling H2O's.
A bit of stenciling inside.
For a special someone
same card, same stamps
layers to to the rescue.
The glitter was added with Ken Oliver's, Stick-it. A layer was added to both sides of the paper before I cut it out  and the Glitter Ritz adhered easily for a luxe look.

BREAKING!
The new LOVE Fill 'er Up stamps arrived in the mail Tuesday afternoon, and I just had to make something in time for todays post.
The rose flourishing is from the rose heart in the Valentines Day set.


I can't wait to see what y'all will do with these stamps.
Please leave me a link and post your creations to the Quietfire Design FB page.


Here is our Blog Hop Schedule and the dates each designer will be posting (Click on each person's name to go to their blog):

Jan 19 - Kathy Jo and Diana
Jan 20 - Sherry and Yogi
Jan 21 - Yvonne and Teresa 
Jan 22 - Wanda and Robyn (you are here!)
Jan 23 - Suzanne 


For a chance to win a Quietfire rubber stamp 
(Donít be shy!)
 leave a comment below by
 midnight Sunday January 25th, 2015
A winner will be randomly chosen from my list of comments
 and the winner's name will be posted on Quietfire Creations shortly afterwards.
 If you haven't done so already, go back and leave comments
 on all the designers Queen of Hearts blog posts! 
A winner will be chosen from each blog!

Good Luck!
You can see what I did with some of the other new stamps
here.



 Comments and Questions Welcomed

101 comments:

  1. WOW! Breathtaking.....fabulous! Covered all the bases, color, texture, white space, design, layers, text, etc. What an opportunity to delight in the senses. Thank you for sharing your design and talent.

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  2. Stunning cards and I love those Fill-em up stamps - very intriguing :)

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  3. These are so sweet, perfect!
    Jeannie

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  4. Wow your cards are gorgeous thanks for sharing

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  5. WOW - FABULOUS cards Robyn!!!
    Such a DELIGHTFUL sentiment and pretty design for your heart bordered cards ... I knew there was a good reason for why I really need to get myself an electronic cutting machine!!!
    L O V E the BIG LOVE in the new LOVE Fill 'er Up stamps too!!!
    THANK YOU for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION!!!

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  6. What a nice collection of beautiful cards!

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  7. Love the cards but all these sentiments are winning my heart

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  8. what beautiful cards, great variations.

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  9. These are gorgeous! I love how you added the glitter to the hearts on the edge!

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  10. These are fantastic stamps and you turned them into gorgeous cards! Thanks for the inspiration!

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  11. wow, not sure which I like better the sentiment that is awesome or the cool border you used. either way great card. the filler upper is cute too.

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  12. I am in love!!! MUST get this cut file!!! It is going to be the first thing I cut with my brand new Silhouette Cameo version 2.0! LOL Actually it will be the first thing I have EVER cut with any Cameo!
    LLOVE all of these cards and am going to be making a few of them to share! TFS!

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    1. congrats on your new cutter barbara. Don't be shy and just ask if you have any questions or just need some friendly support!

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  13. What pretty cards! Especially like the first one! Very interesting border, but looks very nice on card! Love the sentiment also! Nice job on both of them!!!

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  14. Well, ALL of these are just plain cuteness! Love them! :)

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  15. Simply love the lacy look of the die cut on the first card and glittering just the open hearts. and the LOVE lettering is inovative.

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  16. Beautiful creations. I like the open heart border.

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  17. All I can say is WOWZA! I am blown away! You are kiddin' us aren't you? 15 mins per card? What a tease! I love the L O V E card and stamps...superb! TFS!

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  18. All fabulous, Robyn!!!! I have to use my Silhouette more so I can get as comfortable with it as I am with my stamps.... time...

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  19. They are gorgeous Robyn.... love them all and especially that silhouette design on the side of the card front... Amazing!!

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  20. Fantastic borders, lovely cards, nifty fill-in letters!

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  21. I love the use of your Silhouette and the pretty paper making a card 'for the rest of us' look very elegant :) That new Fill in stamp could be quite a fun one as well, I really like the set that has the flourished heart that you used to fill in with :) I love lots of glitter and glitz, and even though you were tired from CHA, you did a good job!

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  22. Oh my gosh! You ladies that can use electronic die machines never cease to amaze me with your creativity. I am always blown away! The heart border is just perfect with Suzanne's stamps.
    Thank you so much for sharing your beautiful designs!

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  23. Oh My!!! These are simply stunning!!!!

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  24. Wonderful cards! -- and you were jet-lagged!! I can see another reason why I need to get a Silhouette -- the heart layer makes the cards. And I really like how you filled in the letters with another stamp image; I only saw colouring in as an option.

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  25. I love the way the hearts extend off the front of the card. I need to get my silhouette out and use it more. these would be easy and such fun to make and send to friends and family.
    thanks for sharing.

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  26. Just beautiful! Thanks for sharing!

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  27. Gorgeous cards, all of them! How you come up with these while being jet-lagged, I am so amazed! :-) I love the hand drawn elements, which make the card extra special. Thanks for sharing!

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  28. Love the cards! Really think the open heart border is pretty amazing with all the other elements! :)

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  29. Beautiful cards, really like the hand drawn elements. TFS!

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  30. Love the beautiful heart border!! I am starting to see the value of having an electronic cutting machine!!
    The fillable Love letters is really awesome too!! Great job!

    Therese
    www.tmalakart.blogspot.ca

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  31. you outdid yourself. all very nice. Have a great day

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  32. Love your beautiful ideas. They definitely do not look easy- peasy! Thanks for sharing the info.

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  33. Stunning creation. The sentiment suits very well.

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  34. Lovely cards! Question: who does the open heart border card? I ask because I just got my Cameo working again ( It didn't like V3 at all), and I'd love to CASE your idea with the sturdy patterned paper for a card :) I don't have that quote, so I'll have to do something else, probably another Quietfire stamp :)

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    1. http://www.silhouettedesignstore.com/?page=view-shape&id=72542
      Suzanne Cannon in the Silhouette design store. I have not upgraded to V3 yet either.

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  35. Beautiful cards ~ that border cut file is going into my cart today!

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    1. Thanks! I'm sure you will love it! any questions, just ask.

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  36. Lovely card and love
    the paper and the
    heart border.
    Carla from Utah

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  37. Beautiful and unique card with that heart border. Nicely done.

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  38. beautiful patterned hearts and glitter borders with that beautiful verse

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  39. I love what you did with all those stamps using them to create such beautiful cards.

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  40. Robyn, Your work always inspires me. What beautiful cards!

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  41. Your card is elegant. I see why you couldn't wait to use the Love fill er up stamps.

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  42. Gorgeous cards! I love the hearts edge along the sides and the lovely sentiment!

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  43. Wow....what a feast for the eyes!!! Your cards are just amazing and I love that verse.
    <3 J

    jwoolbright at gmail dot com
    HerPeacefulGarden.blogspot.com

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  44. Lovely cards and the sentiment it's so true
    Those stamps are really nice

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  45. Beautiful cards! Breaking apart the LOVE Fill' er up stamp was a awesome idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  46. These are just beautiful cards. So intricate. Just great eye candy!

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  47. What lovely cards!! Thanks for such wonderful inspiration!

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  48. Thank you for posting such lovely valentines.

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  49. I love your gorgeous cards! You add so many sweet touches like the small heart background. Thanks for sharing.

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  50. You have been busy! FABULOUS projects! So inspirational, Robyn!!

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  51. Gorgeous. I love more narrow vertical cards. You did a great job on all of them and I love the sentiment you chose.

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  52. WOW!! Those are FANTASTIC!! I can't say enough about those SENTIMENTS!!! AMAZING!!

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  53. My goodness...what truly gorgeous cards....thanks for sharing such incredible inspiration.

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  54. Wow - you are amazing. Love all the different looks - incredible with how much you came up with!!!

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  55. Love all the cards and ideas for a swap. I especially love the last fold-out you added. Really special. Thanks!!

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  56. I've never seen a border like this one. I can't wait to do one. Thank you.

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  57. thank you for showing how to take the same pattern idea and make 2 very different cards both are lovely. The insides are so fun. The love letters are beautiful. Must have them. Jenny

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  58. Wow! What great cards! Love them!

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  59. WOW from me too! This is a 'sweet' project. Adore the saying and the way you put each card together is fantastically beautiful. I would love one set to me and I'm sure whoever gets one of these will be delighted. thanks, con

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  60. Lovely cards. I can see having a cutting machine is quite an asset.

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  61. Wow W O W WOW !!!
    LOVE the Border Hearts....The ENTIRE Card is S T U N N I N G !!!

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  62. Very pretty and so eye-catching . Everyone that sees these cards will want one. The border hearts are so special.

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  63. Outstanding artwork. Love the hearts border too.

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  64. Love the lacy look of the heart borders and the sayings of the stamped message.

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  65. Love all the cards, and love that you cut it from patterned paper. Its nice to see the inside too, sometimes I wonder what to do with that blank space.

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  66. LOVE them all! awesome heart border!

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  67. Thank you for some beautiful
    Ideas. That heart border is calling.

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  68. Beautiful! The ideas are just awesome!

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  69. Wow! Gorgeous card, love the edging and all the pictures that were provided. Truly appreciate the work that went into this posting!!!

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  70. Robyn - This is very beautiful. Thanks for sharing.

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  71. Love the card! The hearts on the side are really something!

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  72. Your card is gorgeous for Valentine's Day. Love the hearts down the side! Thx for sharing your creativity!

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  73. I need to check if I have that border card file yet, and if not I Will definitely download it now that I have seen your amazing One Card, Three Ways. For the LOVE letters, did you mortise mask to get the floral design stamped within? Very striking!

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  74. the first card is outstanding. All the others are gorgeous. Thanks for all the ideas.

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  75. I love them all but the open hearts borders is fabulous!

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  76. What Gorgeous cards!!!! That heart border combined with the sentiment is Wonderful!
    TFS
    Jan Castle

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  77. Wow wow wow~ Robyn, thank you so much for sharing so many goodies on the blog. Love the Charles Dickens quote, and you showcase it so well.

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  78. Wonderful cards, Robin! Doesn't look like you had any trouble at all settling back to card making. Thanks for including the open HEART card - great to see what one can do with it!
    Your other card is amazing with that die cut and all your other special things on it!

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  79. Love what you have done with is verse and the hearts border..I can see that you have really thought out some amazing ideas for your creations ..Thank you for sharing :)
    Norma N

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  80. Beautiful...I love the added sparkle. Nicely done. Lynn J

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  81. I love the open heart border die and the use of glitter is perfect for a Valentines card

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  82. I love the LOVE cards. That's nice to stand on a dresser or mantle. As for the card, it us unique.

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  83. I love the heart border with the Twinkles!

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  84. Wow! I'm speechless! Beautiful work!

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