No such thing as too many hearts!
My last post described one way of decorating wooden crafters' hearts to create embellishments for greeting cards, art journal covers, hanging ornaments, memo magnets, etc.
Posted here today are still more greeting cards. Each features a final touch of bling thru the addition of one of the decorated hearts that my last post showed, step by step, in its developing stages.
Above: a full-size view of a greeting card created with cut-outs from a print made using (first layer) pale lavender paint with Sassy Spray and yellow-orange acrylic paint with M & Y (second layer.) The green, spotty-marbled background paper had been a fly page in an old encyclopedia. Below is a close-up of the decorated heart:
Next up: a full-view shot of another greeting card, this one featuring a star cut from monoprinted paper.
Below is a close-up of its "blingy" embellishment --
Below is the third greeting card in today's post ....
.... and this decorated wooden crafters' heart sits atop a cut-out from a print made using Swatton Grid Stencil. Directly above the heart is a strip cut from a print created with Swatton Links Stencil. The upper left quadrant of this card is paper cut from a print made using Facets.
Stencils and masks that served as backgrounds in today's post:
Facets (9" x 12") --
Swatton Links Stencil (6" x 6") --
Swatton Grid Stencil (6" x 6") --
M & Y (4" x 4") --
Sassy Spray (6" x 6") --
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