Not had a good day today craftwise. I couldn't find my mojo anywhere so I resorted to a tried and tested formula with a Valentine's twist to it. I made a similar card to this for Christmas and it was very popular so I've done a Valentine's version to add to my blog.
The image is a Lili of the Valley stamp and is so cute and is coloured using promarkers.
The gold filigree corner and the mulberry roses and leaves are from Wild Orchid.
I started off with a 6x6 card blank and matted and layered with a gold then pearlescent red layer. After that I cut two pieces of white card - one to add to the layers and then a narrower one. With the square one I ran it through my Cuttlebug with a dot embossing folder, and with the narrow one I used the From Me To You Floral embossing folder. I then stuck down the square layer into position and then the narrower one landscape wise across the centre of the card.
With the stamped image I once again layered with gold and pearlescent red using Spellbinders circle dies and Lacey Circle dies. I used two layers of the red lacey dies as I'm liking that look at the moment.
I designed the sentiment in My Craft Studio then cut it using a Spellbinders circle die, then matted and then added another red pearlescent circle and finished that off with a gold lacey circle. This was placed in the bottom left corner.
Three mulberry roses and a few leaves sit snuggly in two corners and the filigree corner and tiny red bow sit in the top right corner.
The inside is finished to match the front with gold, red and white matting and layering.
Hope you're all having a good crafty day!