I was asked to make some Valentine's card for a woman at my church for her little girl's class party. She attends a Christian schooland the theme of this Valentine's Day was God's Perfect Love. She wanted a card that of course uses the theme but would have stars by her daughter's name. So I made some prototypes and her daughter picked out the one she liked. Here is the finished card that her daughter chose.
Now I have to admit, this card was not my first choice but she loved the sparkle on the heart!!
I stamped some hearts on the inside of the card where she (the daughter) would write her name. I did go back and add some stars around the hearts but I took these pics before the stars and I forgot to snap a pic after. Chalk it up to baby brain ;) .
All in all I think it is really simple, and cute, and I do love the glitter star!!
I printed the sentiment in gray ink on the computer and then stamped the hearts around the die cut glitter heart. Quick and Easy!
A Bit of Drama: Now if any of you remember I am sticking to my challenge of not buying anything new. Well I didnt have enough of this pink color for the card base so I had to buy some more of the Recollections paper pack. Well the stack I had and the stack that I bought with the same name did not contain the same pick card stock as it had before. So I wound up buying 3 card stock packs to try and find the correct pink shade. (I was not happy). So now I am finding ways to use it up.
So there you have it. Thanks everyone for sharing your time with me. I will blog with you all again soon.
What I used...
~Bright White Neenah card stock (From Office Depot)
~Coral Berry and Frosty Pink Dye ink by Altenew
~Avery Elle scalloped and pierced heart die
~Heart Stamps from Studio G
~Recollections Pink Card Stock