We go together

Today’s card goes along with 2 different challenges that caught my eye this week. We’ve got Color Hues asking for cards made with red and black

I created a little salt and pepper shaker that are a cute little couple

I’ve had this Lawn Fawn set for a long time and haven’t pulled it out in forever! But I was inspired to because of the 2nd challenge cue that I saw by Retro Rubber Challenge Blog

It’s been awhile since I played along with Retro Rubber but they are one of my favorites! So it was time to jump in again and pull out an old set.

The dry embossing on the vertical banner is also an oldie but a goodie in my embossing folder stash. So happy to pull these things back out and give them use!

And a fun little Valentine is finished! Thanks for stopping by to see it!


9 thoughts on “We go together

  1. It is, indeed, a fun valentine, and I love the way you’ve put all the pieces of it together! Love that salt and pepper shaker duo! Thanks for joining us at Color Hues!


  2. Love this, Kellianne – perfect little shaker set! our coloring is just perfect for them, and I love your bold red and black elements to go with! A stunner! Thanks so much for playing at Retro Rubber!

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  3. Oh my gosh!!! these are the cutest set of Salt and Pepper I’ve ever seen, love it!!!
    The bold colors around this sweet image make it really pop.
    Thank you for sharing with us at RETRO RUBBER.
    Stay healthy and safe.

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  4. The stamps, the sentiment, and the layout make this card really shine! I adore every inch of it! Thanks so much for joining us at Color Hues and take care!

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  5. Your fun little valentine is finished and so so sweet! I love the images, old or new, it’s great using what we have, isn’t it? Fabulous design, Kellianne!

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