Wednesday, February 9, 2011

SVG File: Double Heart

VALENTINE'S DAY CARD
Well, this is my final Valentine SVG. 
Here's how I made the card:
1.  On pink cardstock I used the heart mask and inking technique:  Ink/Mask Technique.
2.  On white cardstock I used the Tim Holtz Texture Fade Bingo embossing folder and then lightly inked with Fired Brick Distress Ink.
3.  I cut the double heart SVG file (with my Cricut electronic cutter and Sure Cuts A Lot program) and matted the bingo card with Valentine's scrapbook paper. 

**EDIT**
The file that is shown above is no longer available for free.
You may purchase this file (and others shown above) HERE

4.  I centered the double heart piece so that the smaller heart encircles the "14" on the bingo card.  I then used red Stickles around that heart to accent.
5.  I punched various size circles and used clear stamps to spell out "B Mine" with Fired Brick DI.

Don't forget!  There are only four days left to enter your creations in the first "Creative Challenge".  The details are at the top of the blog.  I'd LOVE to see what you've been creating using my files, techniques or projects.

10 comments:

Victoria said...

Very cool, fun card! Love the bingo card texture fade (well, I love anything by Tim). Will need to add that one to my shopping list. Thanks for the great ideas.

Jun Bug House said...

This is so stinkin cute!
Thank you dear for sharing.
**U**
Nance

Jean said...

liked the way you incorporated the 14 into the design. it makes the bingo card make sense here.

Karen's Fun Blog said...

Love it!! : )

Vic said...

Great card! TFS

Sue in CT said...

That is a great card. I love it!

Penny Duncan Creations said...

What an ADORABLE card..I LOVE how your eyes just want to flow around the card go see all the goodness!!!

Deanna Cosgrove said...

This is too cute---great job!

AngieHallHaviland said...

OH FABULOUS card, Cindy!!

CBH said...

Thank you so much for this post. I want to let you know that I posted a link to your blog in Creative Busy Hands Cricut Freebies Search List, under the Valentines post on Feb. 10, 2011. Thanks again.