Can you believe that we are only a week away from Valentine's Day? You can defiantly feel the love in the air. For today's card, I made another very simple card. Most of it was old school making.......
I used a standard 8 1/2 x 11 white cardstock. Cut it in half length wise (4 1/4 x 11). Scored length 11" in half. Your card should open horizontal. Then I cut another white cardstock to measure 3 3/4 x 5. With this same cardstock I measured a 1/2" away from each side drawing another rectangle inside the cardstock. Then I used my paper cutter and cut the lines, giving the cardstock an opening. I doubled my foam tape and attached it to the main card.
With some Vellum I stamped "True Love" by Studio G in black ink.
I then attached hot red brads to the vellum and rectangle frame.
For the heart I got out my Sweetheart Cricut Cartridge. On page 40 of the manual, I cut the heart at 2" using the shift/shadow feature. The paper I used was DCWV "the Christmas & Winter Combo - Shimmer Red. I single foam taped it to the center of the card.
Challenges I've entered into are as follows:
Fantabulous - Love is in the Air (heart)
Paper Playtime - Cricut Creations with Hearts or Love theme
My Craft Spot - Valentine's Day
Terrific Tuesday Challenge - Heart
Card Making Mamas - Valentine
Crafty Calendar - Love and Marriage