- Trim raspberry fizz cardstock to create an A2 card base.
- In Photoshop CS4, add color to heart pattern and print on matte presentation paper.
- In Photoshop, size frame labels, add hearts, and print on cardstock. Cut out frame labels and hearts and assemble.
- Matte heart digital patterned paper on black cardstock, then adhere to card front.
- Add ribbon treatment.
- Adhere frame label to card front.
Happy Monday, Bleeps! I hope you had a great weekend, even though it flew by! I got a chance to visit some great stores yesterday, including the Paper Source and Anthropologie. I forgot how much I really liked both stores, but Anthropologie blew me away. They were having a sale, which was really exciting and I picked up a few items, which put a HUGE dent in my wallet (*gulp*)! I guess I'll be wearing those pieces over and over and over again to make sure I get my monies worth! :) Here is a photo of one of the tops I found (not on sale UGH!) that I had to have. My style is a bit funky. I like traditional with something that pops. This shirt is SUPER comfortable. The necklace was much more flattering on than on the hanger. My favorite part is the embroidered colorful flowers of course! I love bright colors added to my wardrobe. I would share my other two finds, but they weren't on the site. If you have a store near you, check them out. If you don't like their clothes, you'll love their home decor!
Anyway, about the card! Today, I'm sharing a Valentine's card inspired by Laura's sketch over at 2S4Y! This week's sponsor is The Cutting Cafe and I got the chance to make an entire card from digital stamps! I had a lot of fun!
Here's a peek at the sketch! It's a great one, so I hope you all get a chance to create something inspired by it!
Thanks for visiting and enjoy your day!
Stamps :: The Cutting Cafe - All About Valentine's Day
Paper :: Office Depot - matte presentation paper; Papertrey Ink - raspberry fizz, sweet blush
Embellishments :: Papertrey Ink - true black ribbon