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Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Our Guest Artists

QUIETFIRE DESIGN
Current Sponsor for February


Some amazing guest artists just for YOU!  
I'm thrilled to introduce you to some of the talented Design Team members of 
Quietfire Design and their beautiful cards.

Welcome to Yogi Grunwald, part of Quitefire's design team with a gorgeous card.  The flowers almost look embroidered upon a stylish handkerchief, don't they?  This has that old fashioned love feel to it.



Wonderful easel card, beautifully done.
Visit Art with Yogi for some sensational work.and inspiration  
with Quietfire Design


Easel Fern – With Sympathy – Life is Not
The measurements are 5”w x 7”h easel closed
Stamps: with Sympathy 10 tiny tag sentiment set 
Thanks a bunch and have a great day


What a fantastic card from  Wanda Hentges, part of Quitefire's design team.   I love the thump, thump, thump of her hearts beating a rhythm and the sentiment is just perfect.

 Be sure to visit Art by Wanda here. 
ekg heart you card cut file by Quietfire
          heart thump card cut file by Quietfire
           Love is friendship set on fire rubber stamp by Quietfire

Perception + Focus = the difference between a good day and a bad day.

Next we have Robyn from Quietfire Design, this months sponsor for the Die Cut Diva’s challenge.  


 Close-up and do you love the heart detail?
The print and cut sentiment, hand lettered by Suzanne, looks just like you lettered it on your card, even with Robyn's printer! (her words, honest)

Inside of card - just lovely
Robyn says she got a little carried away with stamping on the inside!
Be sure to visit Robyn at RainbowWeaves

Visit Quietfire Creations for more details and lots of inspiration.

I'm so glad that Suzanne Cannon could play with us today.  Did you know Suzanne designs new digital cutting files each week?  I love the unique and beautiful heart and message..

Be Mine Card
This 5x7” Be Mine Card was created with American Crafts cardstock, Little B Kraft Corrugated Tape, Quietfire Design’s FlourishedHeart Cutout cutting file
the Quietfire Cutting file Be Mine available in the Silhouette Design Store.
Please visit Suzanne's personal blog!: Quietfire Style.  I did and you won't be disappointed.

Please leave some love for our guest artists this month. 

Arlene and the Die Cut Divas

3 comments:

Amante del Papel said...

Beautiful cards!!!!

Arlene said...

It isn't often we have multiple guest artists. This happens to be the FIRST TIME. And I so love all the cards.

Quietfire said...

Thanks for letting us come and play!