This card says it boldly! It all began with the flower. I wanted to make it smaller but it look so pretty in this size so I decided to build my card around the size of the flower. So next came the sentiments (Front and Inside). I chose two very pretty fonts and sized them accordingly. I kept looking at the card and said something is missing. So I used a Martha Stewart heart punch for the bottom, front of the card. Then I cut out a heart border and added it to the front of the card. Then a strip of red card stock that matched the flower and added it to the bottom front too. Inside I cut a background bordered with hearts out of the same card stock as the flower. Sprayed the outside and inside with Iridescent Glitter Dust (gorgeous in person). I Added some liquid pearls in Rouge to the flower center and heart border.Recipe:
Iridescent Glitter Dust; Liquid Pearls (Rouge); Martha Stewart Heart Punch; Silhouette Cutting Machine: (Sentiments, heart border, heart background Mat-inside, and flower from Silhouette Store); Neenah Card Stock (white and Red).
NOTE: If you see anything that is not sold at Cutters Creek (contact Kim Bush )and she may be able to order it for you. She ordered the Silhouette Cutting machine for me and I got it from Kim in no time.
Thank you for stopping by, Fran