To create this card, I used white cardstock folded into a rectangular style card, a piece of patterned paper from My Favorite Things (6 by 6 paper pack, "Painted Prints Smitten"), a sticker from SRM, two wooden hearts from Studio Calico, some ribbon, Memento ink in London Fog, a piece of white cardstock for stamping, my Misti stamping tool, and a stamp from Darkroom Door, "Roses" dated from 2009, and three Copic markers, V15, RV63, and Y15. Finally I used a paper punch from EK Success and pink cardstock.
After preparing the background card surface, I stamped onto the piece of loose cardstock using my Misti, the ink and the stamp. Next, I colored the roses with the markers. I trimmed the rose image. Then I trimmed the patterned paper and punched one edge. I placed the patterned paper behind the pink cardstock, added the roses, and added dimensional adhesive, then tied ribbon around and around the front of the roses, securing behind. I secured this whole panel to the card front. I added the sticker, and took an additional piece of ribbon and tied a bow onto the ribbon layers. Using the wooden hearts and markers, I colored the hearts then placed them on the bow.
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