11/02/2012

Kissy, kissy!.......

 Hope you're all having a great weekend. I've another Valentine card for you today! I love this kissing couple image. It's actually cut as two separate images, then you have to put them lip-to-lip (as it were!) Like yesterday's card I cut the blackout image, rather than an outline, to create a silhouette. The card base is a C5 Z-fold and the papers are Pink Petticoat papers printed onto pearlescent paper. I used a script paper for inside the card, and a damask print and heart print for the front and panel. The paper on the panel was punched along the bottom edge with a MS heart border punch. I then cut a beautiful heart from red mirri and adhered it to the panel with foam pads. The couple were cut from black Gemstones cardstock and adhered with foam pads over the heart. The trio of teeny-weeny hearts were punched from red mirri with the MS border punch( it's the waste) and adhered flat. The front of the card was finished with a bow, rose and trio of punched hearts.
The inside of the card was decorated with another ribbon-trimmed panel holding a damask paper heart with scalloped shadow. 'Love' was cut from red mirri and adhered across the heart. Punched mirri hearts complete the card.
Cart used:
All cuts- Victorian Romance
Thanks for dropping by!
Heather xxx

1 comment:

Colin said...

I really need this cartridge. I love stopping by your blog to see what you create.

Colin