These pastel Valentine's came about after I had finished playing around with a heart background. I stamped out a bunch of hearts from Lawn Fawn's How you bean conversation heart add on, onto a piece of Strathmore watercolor paper. Because I hadn't used my Zig markers in awhile, I thought it would be good practice.
Once I had finished, I realized I had a nice background for two cards, so I cut it in half and looked through my stamps.
I though the Lawn Fawn bunny from Eggstra Amazing Easter was perfect for holding a candy heart and the little sitting bunny from Butterfly Kisses looked so cute next to him.
So once I picked the stamps, I stamped them onto some more Strathmore watercolor paper with Gina K. amalgam black ink. Then I colored them up with Zig real brush markers as well.
When I finished coloring, I used my Scan 'N Cut to cut out the images and went along the edges with a Memento tuxedo black marker. I also used a Spectrum Noir sparkle pen to add some glitter to the hearts.
I used coordinating cardstock colors from my stash to cut out A2 sized panels and stitched hearts.
For the sentiments, I used "Happy Valentine's Day" from the heart add and "To Some Bunny Special" from the Easter set. I used a Lawn Fawn banner die to cut out two curved banners from black cardstock, and heat embossed the sentiments with white detail embossing powder.
Then, I layered everything together and glued it down with Tombow mono liquid adhesive. Before adding the main panel to the card base, I wrapped some black and white jute around the top of the panel and tied a bow.
The final step was gluing the panels to a 110 lb. white card stock base.
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