Our Love Rocks card created for Chocolate Baroque

AW Our Love Rocks

 

Good morning – well it’s time to get romantic and send a bit of love. This monochrome rose card would be perfect for the guys. It would work for Valentine’s day or for an anniversary. I hope that you like it.

 

Materials:

 

How to make it:

  1. Cut a paper strip to create a mask for the sentiment border. Thin copy paper works best for this. You could apply a couple of dots of Zig 2 Way glue to the back to help hold it in place. If you do this wait for the glue to dry before placing. When dry this glue acts as a repositionable adhesive. Lay the mask across the card front and stamp the Rose Script 4 times with Versamark.
  2. Remove the mask and use a fine tipped pen to outline the sentiment strip. Edge the card with the alcohol marker. Stamp the sentiment and small heart.
  3. Stamp the Rose Script again onto stamping card. Colour with black pencil and cut out the rose. Use the shading on the stamp as a guide to colouring light and dark areas. Brush over the petal edges with the clear sparkle pen. Shape the rose slightly and glue to card front with 3D glue gel.
  4. Cut a decorative heart frame. I cut the heart from white stamping card using a die from Tattered Lace. I hand cut out the middle to create a frame and coloured with black alcohol marker. Trim the heart so that it appears to sit behind the sentiment strip when stuck down.
  5. Add Glossy Accents over the small heart and a little black glitter glue to the shaded areas of the rose. Finish with PVA pearls.
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