Used the MFT Cutiesaurus set to make this fun valentine.
The background was made using some Ranger Alcohol Inks. I was aiming for the current MFT Color Challenge colors and I think that’s what I got.
Had fun with this one. I had colored a couple of the Cutiesaurus images a couple weeks ago, but hadn’t had time to make a Valentine using them, yet. This was fairly quick (minus dry time) and easy.
Thanks for spending some of your valuable time with me today.
There’s nothing like waiting until the evening before to make a Valentine. Oh well, my others were already done and this is a spare. This is for the MFP SpeedyTV Simple Salutations challenge this week, as well as the Wednesday ScrapZee challenge.
I had figured out what I was going to do, for the most part, until my daughter opened up a package from a lady at ASU. When I saw the inside of the wrapping paper, I knew I had to use it. She wouldn’t let me have any of the pretty ribbon that went with it, but I had some of my own to use. The inside of the paper is the patterned part and what was on the outside is what I cut the fun shape out of and adhered to the left side. The fun post with the love birds is from the Elegant Post set (Gina K.) and the “love” is from the Various Verses set (Gina K.). The doodling around the sentiment was done with a Moonglow pen (Sakura). The ribbons are both from Michael’s.
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Made this valentine for a friend according to the MFP SpeedyTV Inspiration Challenge for the week. I really liked another of the images as well, but didn’t feel up to making another card.
This is the image that inspired me. My card is cut out of pink card stock and has a layer of red glitter paper behind the heart. It wasn’t the pink I intended to use, but thought it went well, anyway. The sentiment and arrows are from the MFT Right On Target set.
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I wanted this stamp set the first time I saw it. It is the Hot & Spicy 2012 set from MFP a Heinrich Collection. So, I finally broke down and purchased it. This is a Valentine for my husband. He loves spicy food, so he’ll get a kick out of this one.
This is being entered in the Sketch With a Twist Challenge at MFP SpeedyTV this week. The twist was to use bakers twine, so I used that at the top of my bunch of chilies. The most difficult part of this was tying the ribbon and all the twine together. I used a green Glaze pen (Sakura) and a red Stardust pen (Sakura) to add some depth to the image. All of these images, plus a few more come in the stamp set. Like I said I love this one. Well, I’m a Phoenician, which explains the love of chilies.
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