Quietfire Queen of Hearts Blog Hop!

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Welcome to the Quietfire Queen of Hearts Blog Hop!

We’re sharing our love/Valentine project ideas with you as we lead up to the big Queen of Hearts event on February 14th!

Each day designers will be posting brand new artwork they have created using Quietfire rubber stamps.  Visit our blogs on the day of our featured project, post a comment on our Blog Hop post (see the schedule below) and you will be eligible to win a grab bag of Quietfire Design rubber stamps valued at $50! (yes, Suzanne doubled the value from the original announcement!)  Each Designer will randomly choose a winner from the comments on their own Blog Hop post, so make sure you’ve commented on all the blogs by midnight Thursday, February 14th.  Tell your friends!

All winners will be posted on the Quietfire Creations Blog on Sunday February 17th.  If you are one of our lucky winners, please contact Suzanne privately with your snail mail address.  (Her email address is in the sidebar of the Quietfire Creations Blog)

Here is our schedule:

Today is my day to share!

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I used an old pad of MME Lost & Found – Madison Avenue for the card base, distressing the edges and sponging a little bit of Antique Linen on the edges.

The heart and sentiment were stamped on white cardstock and embossed with Queens’ Gold Embossing Powders.  The heart was sponged with Antique Linen and Worn Lipstick, trimmed out and popped up on a mini tag that had also been covered in some scraps.

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While the sentiment was still in the die, the edges were sponged with the same Antique Linen and Worn Lipstick.  The edges of both were trimmed with a gold leafing pen.

A frame (Labels Twenty-Nine) was made using chipboard and some of the MME paper, to highlight the sentiment.

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The flower (Bitty Blossoms) was die cut from another piece of the same paper pad, sponged with Antique Linen, a bit of Worn Lipstick and then misted with water and Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls.  The leaves (Foliage Two and Bitty Blossoms) were die cut from watercolor paper and then colored with Vintage Photo, Peeled Paint and Forest Moss Distress Stain.  they were also misted with water and Heirloom Gold Perfect Pearls.

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Well, that’s all for me today!  I hope you’re enjoying the hop and don’t forget to leave a comment in order to be eligible for the prize drawing.  Good luck!!

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88 Responses to Quietfire Queen of Hearts Blog Hop!

  1. This is a beautiful card Sherry. I love Quietfire’s sentiments and fonts. Your colors are great and the bit shabby and sparkle make this so unique.

  2. Loving the soft colors and vintage feel of this piece. Quietfire has the best sentiments and really lovely fonts. Definitely a Sherry piece!

  3. Stunning! Stunning! Absolutely love this piece of art! Nelda Deakins

  4. This is exquisite Sherry! Thank you so much!

  5. This has such a soft and beautiful vintage feel to it! So much attention to detail!

  6. Absolutely amazing! Love what you do with ink and paper!!!

  7. Oh how romantic this card is! Love the layout, embellishments and the colours and patterns.

  8. Beautiful, Sherry! And great inspiration for a couple of cards I need to make this week.

  9. Oh, such vintagey goodness! I love it Sherry!

  10. Oh, Sherry, this is so lovely, soft and shabby. The individual elements work together so well…it just sings! Gorgeous stamping and embossing and wonderful stitching and distressing! This one is right up my alley. I have so been missing your beautiful handiwork. Makes me happy to see it once again. Hope all is well with you and that sweet baby. If you have a spare minute (which I’m sure are very rare these days) I’d love to get your input on my blog. Maybe sometime we could do a blog swap? That would be fun!

  11. Lovely vintage-style Sherry, the colours you chose are perfect.

  12. Sherry, you put so many interesting elements together with beautiful results. I love these inspiring blog hops with Quietfire stamps and seeing your artwork! Thank you!

  13. Vintage yumminess! Stunning piece and as always, your flowers are to die for!

  14. love your shabby chic card. at first look i thought it was a acrapbook page. you have alot of goodies in a small area. that design would look awesome as a scrapbook page too. love all the layers and little touches all over it. thanks for sharing with us today.

  15. What a lovely card. Your style is always a great mix of many wonderful eye catching pieces.

  16. Sherry, the card is beautiful; the colors you chose are a wonderful combination. Love the flower!

  17. Beautiful. I love the colors.

  18. WOW! Incredible! Absolutely GORGEOUS!!!!!!

  19. This ones absolutely stunning Sherry, i just love everything about it, thanks for the inspiraton. Hugs xNx

  20. Wow, this is a piece of art Sherry! Love the contrast of the dark green against the paler pink colours – your flower is gorgeous too – I really need to practice with making those now that I bought the die – you inspire me to keep trying!

  21. beautiful. striking. Love your choice of papers. Have a great day

  22. Sherry, I love how the distressing seems to add just the right amount of shabbiness to make this card something very special. The gold embossing makes it so elegant!

  23. Sherry, your work is always so inspirational, and this piece is no exception. You do “shabby” just right. The recipient of this one is going to treasure it for the rest of her life!

  24. Sherry….I’m worn out by the time I reach the end of your project description! The details are simply wonderful…and the result is fantastic, as always!

  25. Amazing card Sherry! I LOVE what you did with the sentiment. I am going to have to CASE this card layout to do my husband’s Valentine’s day card :) He is my prince :)

  26. Wonderful card, great sentiment, beautiful flower. Happy Valentine’s Day.

  27. Lovely card Sherry. Just love this quitefire stamp set!!!!! Gorgeous!!!!
    Marcie

  28. Very pretty card. The small tag really sets off the flourished heart.

  29. this is an exquisite card and would be a perfect wedding card for some lucky couple

  30. Sherry- your card is awesome. What details. What creativity. Wow!

  31. So pretty! I love that sentiment and the heart is so perfect for it.

  32. Another beautiful entry to the queen of hearts challenge. Good job.
    PS love the boots in your header.

  33. I’m a great fan our yours and really admired your style and fair in creating all your cards. Thank you Sherry.

  34. This is a stunning card!! Love the soft vintage look.

  35. Beautiful creation! thanks for sharing!

  36. This card is beautiful. Love all your work. You are one of my favorite designers.

  37. Beautiful, as usual:) Thanks for sharing

  38. Love the shabby chic look to your beautiful card. That dusty rose colour is so soft and feminine. Lovely work!

  39. Very lovey project as usual!!

  40. A wonderful card, Sherry!!!

  41. Absolutely lovely!

  42. Lovely card!! So soft and shabby!!

  43. Lovely card with such nice soft colours and a vintage look.

  44. Your cards are more than cards, they are works of art! Love Quietfire sentiments and pretty fonts, the stripes, the flowers and the soft pink with the gold. All in all, a winner!

  45. oh my gosh, your card is absolutely gorgeous! that is a wonderful card! :)

  46. Dorothy Harrison

    I am SO IN AWE! Sigh… I love your work and your art. The colors and dimensions in this are just beautiful – THANK YOU for sharing!

  47. Absolutely beautiful card!

  48. You never disappoint me! Your Valentine card is wonderful! Love the color scheme. Great job!

  49. So Beautiful!! Love the layers and the colors used!

  50. Sherry, your work is always amazing!! Your attention to detail and all the techniques you use…just spectacular! I love getting emails when you post something. You always inspire.
    Thanks so much for sharing your talent!
    Sue

  51. very nice tips,keep this kind of working.
    it jobs in chennai
    Thank You.

  52. A not-at-all-shabby, shabby chic card that takes chic to the utmost romantic level!
    Love the colours, love the whole thing!
    Gorgeous!

  53. It’s so soft and beautiful- I really love the color combo! Magical!

  54. Marilyn in E-Town

    Oh so pretty in pink, love everything on it!!!

  55. This is beautiful and I love the heart and flower with the dark foliage, it just sets off the soft pretty vintage colours. So much detail in this card Sherry, love it!
    (Second time trying to comment, flagged first as spam when I filled in my blog address in the website box. I need to remember just to ignore this box when I comment. lol)

  56. Very nice, especially like the lace.

  57. Wow! This is a beautiful card. Very soft colors and such delicate embellishments. Well done!

  58. I am just getting caught up with the blog hop and I am so happy I visited your site. What a pretty card. So soft, and romantic. Love it all

  59. The muted colours are so elegant, a very romantic card!

  60. Beautiful card, Sherry.

  61. Sherry, love all the beautiful elements in your card. And the saying is one of my favs.

  62. Wow, Sherry! Your card is so pretty. I love the frame draped over the sentiment tag and your roses are always so pretty. The heat embossing and inking make it so elegant and soft.
    Thank you for the inspiration! :)

  63. There are so many details that make this card special that I couldn’t pick just one to comment on.

  64. I love the card that you made Sherry! Thank you for sharing!
    Cheers,
    Jane

  65. Love the muted vintage look of your card!

  66. WOW! What a great card. It truly captures the essence of the message. Love your work, and will refer back here when I need some inspiration. Thank you!

  67. WOW Sherry…a stunning card! Love the colors and all the detail!!!
    Paper Hugs,
    Jan

  68. Sherry. You outdid yourself this time. Softness of color with a beautiful Victorian feel. I would love to receive this card of love

  69. Oh Cherry, (ha it sounds like a song from the 60s LOL) I’m so loving the stamps, especially that heart! You did a great job with the flower too!

    Carmen L
    cal8007 at aol dot com

  70. Oh my gosh, this is so elegant! I just love it. I hope you have a Fairy Tale kind of Valentine’s Day.

  71. Love the soft vintage look of this card. Inspires me to dig out the papers I keep hoarding and create some cards – thanks!

  72. I love the layout and the vintage paper and embellishments.

  73. so beautiful, coud be used for a wedding also

  74. I love the Quietfire stamps and your cards show this one off well!

  75. What a lovely card, and now I have a new die to put on my wish list! Great soft colors, perfect for this romantic day!

  76. What a beautiful card Sherry :) I’m saving it to my favorites to refer to later!

  77. oh, my goodness! What a lot of work has gone into this card. It was worth it–so very, very lovely.

  78. I have always adored this stamp’s sentiment and you have done a beautiful job creating a work of art worthy of it. Lovely….just lovely.

  79. Fabulous! It looks like a whole big scrapbook page…so much going on…love it!

  80. Caryn S. (Scrapnsing)

    This is lovely! You couldn’t have made it look more suitable for a fairy tale. Love the flourishes and the crinkle ribbon.

  81. What an amazing job as always! Wish I could get my flowers to look as pretty as yours! Bette

  82. Beautiful projects as always. Wish I could get my flowers to look as pretty as yours.

  83. Thank you for sharing your beautiful art. It is lovely!

  84. Such a wonderful sentiment. The papers and embellishments really echo the fairy tale theme. Lovely card all around.

  85. What a lovely card; love the vintage look. Thanks for sharing

  86. So beautiful, Sherry . Such well thought out details.

  87. So pretty! What did you use to cut the frame for the quote? Thanks for sharing this.

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