Wednesday, February 8, 2017

True Love Valentine Card

Hello again this week. Today, I have a Valentine card that was used in the Ranger booth at this years Creativation, which showcases Tim Holtz Distress Mica Spray from Ranger.
I cut a black surfaces tag a little shorter and then embossed it with the Tiles Texture Fade from Sizzix and Tim.
I misted the tag with Tarnished Brass Distress Mica Spray.
I painted over a piece of Water Color Cardstock with Peacock Feathers, and then misted Brushed Pewter through a mini Bubbles Stencil.
Using a Mini Ink Blending Tool, I stenciled Hearts over the card.
Once the paint was dry, I stenciled over the hearts again with Tarnished Brass Mica Spray.
I die cut a Baroque Movers and Shapers with Tim's Corrugate Textured Surface, and added Peacock Feathers over the raised portions, and then misted Brushed Pewter Mica Spray over it.
I cut out the Found Relative card, punched a Candied Apple Distress painted piece with the heart punch, and adhered it his hand.
I misted Crinkle Ribbon with Candied Apple and Tarnished Brass, and tie it on.
I finally added Botanical Remnant Rubs to the card, stitched around it, and adhered everything.
 
 
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I hope your hands get creatively dirty soon!

15 comments:

  1. Beautiful work and easy tutorial to follow. How exciting to have your work at a CHA booth.

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  2. Red and turquoise, my favorite colours! Love this card Anita!

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  3. Great tutorial girlie! Happy Valentine's!

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  4. Love this, so clever to put the heart in the man's hand! Funny too, because I just used that same couple on a Valentine card I have posted today - LOL. Your color combo is terrific. I never would have thought to use those two colors together but it really gives the card so much life and joy!

    Hugs,
    Linda

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  5. Reminds me of photos of family - back in the day!! Really fun Valentine Anita. Great layers and love the corrugated texture! HAPPY VALENTINE'S Day to you. Xj.

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  6. It is amazing how the mica spray shows up on the Peacock Feathers and also on the red hearts, it gives such a lovely sheen. Love that combination of the blue and red and that glorious bow is a wonderful finishing touch on your beautiful card! Hugs, Anne xx

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  7. Your gorgeous card Anita has wonderful depth and sheen. Nice trick the way he is holding the heart! Nicola x

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  8. Love this Anita!!Its so cute!! I'll have to play with my mica spray now.

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  9. This is such a pretty card. The color scheme you chose is stunning too. Blessings, my friend!

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  10. Love this, Anita! Love your little vintage photo, he looks like Christopher Walken. Fantastic, as always!

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  11. You always do such great step by step instructions! Love that the little heart is in his hand AND the corrugated background. Love the color combo - Peacock Feathers is an unusual Valentines choice but it works great! (one of my favorite colors...)

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  12. Fabulous Anita, love all the wonderful layers and I am sure this must sparkle beautifully with all those lovely Mica spray accents, thanks for sharing your great tutorial! Deb xo

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