I’ve gotten to play in a couple more Splitcoaststampers challenges this week.  On Monday the CAS104 (Clean and Simple) Challenge was to be inspired by the words “Rock and Roll”.  The rose was a beautiful Prima that I felt guilty about crumpling and squishing, but I love the way it turned out.  (A little pink lace was added to this card before it was uploaded on my Splitcoaststampers Gallery.  I just couldn’t decide which way I liked it best. lol)

The second card is for today’s Sketch Challenge 318.  This new designer paper from Stampin’ Up is some of the prettiest EVER!!

The heart was stamped with Regal Rose Ink.  Then a few of the flower petals were colored in with a Rose Red Marker.

Thanks for dropping by today.  Happy Crafting!

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Rocker Card

Stamps: Inkadinkado “Rock Star”

Papers: Papertrey Ink “Select White”

Inks: Archival Brilliance “Graphite Black”

Accessories: Rhinestones; Prima Marketing “Tea Roses”; Heart Nestability

Valentine Card
(All products used on this card are from Stampin’ Up.)

Stamps: Be My Valentine

Papers: Very Vanilla, Whisper White, Basic Black, Rose Red and Springtime Vintage Designer

Inks: Regal Rose, Rose Red and Basic Black

Accessories: Adornments Vintage Flowers, Basic Black Grosgrain Striped Ribbon, Square Lattice Embossing Folder and Photo Corners Punch

21 Responses to “I Love Rock and Roll”

  1. By the title of your post I thought you were gonna add: “put another dime in the jukebox baby” because I love rock and roll too. The only thing I love more than rock and roll are your delightful Valentine cards on this post. Trés chic!

  2. These are both great cards, but I LOVE LOVE LOVE the first one exactly as it’s shown here! I’m a rock fan and have been all my life, and I visualize myself at an older age, rocking on my chair tapping my foot to some good rock music! LOL Awesome flower too!!!

  3. Love your pink, black and white combo. So striking!

  4. Very cool Susan, I love the bold look of the first one. A crumpled rose and a skull, you’ve nailed it, you rocker!

  5. Gorgeous cards girl, you’ve nailed clean and simple! That rose is gorgeous crumpled, so perfect for the card, a perfect splash of color!

  6. Susan,

    Your rock and roll challenge card is brilliant. I love everything about it!

    Your second Valentine is a beauty. What a fabulous mix of elements.

  7. These cards are fantastic. Rock on Girlfriend! I could not pick one over the other if I was paid to do so. They are both Rockin Cool!

  8. Your crumpled and squished flower wound up looking just like a real dried rose! That is one awesome card! And I agree with you about that SU! paper. So pretty. Love the card with its pretty stamps, colors and layout, as well as the rose embellishment.

  9. Gorgeous, gorgeous…you made that skull image so romantic…and that second card…rocks!!

  10. Susan, your first card is jsut the BOMB! Love that image and how simple you kept it..FABBO CAS CARD!!!

    Your Valentine card is so beautiful too…you should enter it in this weeks FTTC103…we’d love to have you join us! Hugs ~S~

  11. very cool, love your distressed flower against that image and b&w background…. your valenine is very cute, love the little flowers on the background!

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    Thanks Patrice

  13. Your rock n roll card is sooo cool, Susan…I sooo love the heart image and how you added the bling and the crumpled rose!! The second card with the new SU paper is gorgeous, too!!!!!

  14. These are both fabulous! You did great with the rock & roll idea! 😀

  15. I love your art, Susan! The first card is so elegant! Love the rose you added! Love the new papers from the second card! Wide ribbon, embossing, vintage rose – how beautiful all of these together!

  16. Wow! My teen girls would LOVE that rocker card!!! Great job on both of them!

  17. The first card looks amazing. I love the shaded heart, the rhinestones and flowers.
    Your second card is beautiful too.
    Hugs and smiles

  18. Love your flower on the first card. It looks real.. Beautiful job on that. I have not seen these new dp’s.. I love the look. Almost a vintage style. Great job Susan.

  19. Susan both of these are GORGEOUS!!!

  20. Wow!!! Who would have thought using a skull on a card could still be so beautiful?? Your rose is gorgeous and the card awesome.
    Pat

  21. Beautiful cards, Susan! Love the Prima rose!

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