Welcome and many Happy Valentine wishes coming your way!!! Today's post has the remainder of the Valentine cards that got made and now hopefully, on to some St. Patrick's Day and Easter cards.
Let's get started:
You've seen this cute PB hedgie before. He happens to be a favorite among the old wooden block stamps.
S/B Deckled Rectangle die cut the image, faux mat with black, then placed upon an embossed background, with some leftover white stitched swirl at the bottom.
The UTEE covered heart was from a Gina Marie stitched die (snippet from earlier projects)
- Tutti Love sentiment....this was made from many layers of scrap paper that covered the air brush table where spraying is done. There's a large craft mat (like the Ranger brown one found in stores, but I was able to buy a couple of large pieces at a store, where this is used to cover the work tables). I usually put some scrap paper over that craft mat if I'm spraying...sometimes something interesting happens. Thought the overspray made some pretty colors, so die cut a bunch of layers, glued together, and Voila.
Here's the rest of the Valentine cards:
If you have any questions about products used, please ask. There were a couple different techniques used on card #3, the background of which is a mop-up piece from working with the cameo created heart stencil, using sprays & brusho-s with the stencil. The center heart was created by coating the Corbel Heart die that with versamark, embossing over white c/s, dumping some red EP over the embossing, and heating. Tried this technique with a black c/s and it looked terrible as the red just became shiny over the black, and didn't show up as I thought it might.
Again, thanks for joining me this afternoon, and I certainly hope all of you had a marvelous Valentine's Day. Big hugs.