Sunday, February 4, 2018

More Unique Valentines

One more time, I'm using my 6" x 6" stencil Quilted Flower Garden to make a Valentine...

Again I've chosen textured gold foil paper, this time using a free-hand cut heart-shape as a pattern.  I placed the pattern on the back-side of the textured gold paper, traced it with a pencil, and cut it out with fine-detail scissors from Fiskars. 

Quilted Flower Garden (used to create the background paper above) looks like this in its entirety --

Today's second Valentine --

-- stars a print made with yet another non-traditional-Valentine design:  Swaying Grasses (6" x 6".) 

Among the grasses is a red mini-heart created with one of the paper-crafting  shape-punches by Marvy.

The background is a hand-painted silver heart, glued to a 5" x 7" greeting card blank made by Strathmore; this one is the watercolor card, which is cut from sturdy 140-lb. paper.

The stencil Swaying Grasses in its entirety looks like this --

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