Red Hot Love Card.....

This week for Challenge # 72 at Cooking with Cricut we want to see you create a Grown Up Valentine's project using black and brads.  My little "Red Hot" hearts are cut from the Sweethearts cartridge.

Red Hot Love Card

Red Hot Love Valentines Card

I made this card even more "RED HOT" by adding a zebra print brad, rhinestones, red glitter, swirl embossing and tying it all together with a black grosgrain ribbon.





Ooh La La........Check out the inside of my card!  


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22 comments:

  1. Very Very pretty!! I love the glitter on the hearts and the brad is very cool!! Love the sentiment you came up with
    Kristan
    GCDT-Sister

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  2. Holly, this card is GORGEOUS! I'm in love with it! SMiles, Jill

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  3. Awesome. It's so romantic and elegant.

    Be blessed, Beckie

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  4. Really lovely card Holly. So striking in the colours and simplicity and your inside is fabulous.
    Thanks for joining in over at Make My Monday and wishing you good luck.
    Fliss x

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  5. Very clean simple but so very striking card....Thank you for entering the Make My Monday challenge. Suzanne

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  6. WOW! I just love the colors! the zebra brad is a touch of genius!

    Thanks for playing with us at Party Time Tuesdays this week! We loved having you!

    Holly
    PTT DT

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  7. Thank you for joining in at MMM with this lovely, dramtic card.
    suzi b :)

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  8. I think this is one of my favorite Valentine's Day cards. So sweet and simple and elegant...Ah, Holly, you have outdone yourself with this one! That ribbon is gorgeous, and the sparkly hearts just make me *smile*. :)
    Nita
    www.niftynitanotes.blogspot.com

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  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous card, Holly!! I absolutely love this!! It's so romantic and beautiful!! The sparkly hearts are fabulous :)

    Lisa
    indymermaid.blogspot.com

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  10. Love your card Holly. Just the color scheme I can appreciate! I am a new follower and I can't wait to come back and see what else you're making. TFS Cathie
    www.creativecutterroom.com

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  11. So pretty! What a classy fantastic looking card! I love it a million Pieces:) Woohoo! Thanks for linking up over at Paper Issues Blog.

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  12. This is amazing!!! LOVE your glittery hearts--and your sentiment inside is fabulous! :) Thanks for joining us at MMM! :)

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  13. WOW! This card is so hot, it's on fire! LOVE IT! Thanks for joining us at Whimsical Wednesdays!

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  14. This is gorgeous! I love the color contrast and the glittery hearts. That zebra print brad is awesome! Thanks for playing at Whimsical Wednesdays!

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  15. This card is kissable too! Love the stamp and love your card, it is adorable and véry very pretty! Good job.

    Happy Valentines'Day and thank you again for joining us at the Cuttlebug Spot!

    Cuttlebugs & hugs
    Jannie

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  16. wow great card holly love the glittery hearts with the embossed b/g. thanks for sharing with us at whimwednesdays :)

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  17. That an elegant card! The glitter hearts are awesome!

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  18. What an adorable Valentine's Day Card! I love all the fun colors!

    Thanks for Partying With Us at Party Time Tuesdays!

    Jenn

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  19. Ah lovely and the sentiment is great. Thanks for joining in at the Cuttlebug Spot this week.

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  20. Great card! I love black,white and red together. It's simple, clean, yet very very classy!

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  21. What a great card! It is beautiful. Thanks for playing with us this week at Whimsical Wednesdays and Cricut Cardz Challenge with Cardz TV, hope you come back and play in our new challenges next week.

    michelle (WW-DT, CCC-CTV DT)
    http://mumoftwoblog.blogspot.com

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