Love Always

Valentine's Day is just around the corner.  Its hard to believe January is almost over.  Here's one of the Valentine banners I've created this year.

I used Cricut's Cindy Loo cartridge for the actual banner pieces.  The edges are daubed with Adirondack Gold acrylic paint dauber to give them a "frame" effect.


The letters are cut from the Storybook cartridge and the cute little girl hiding behind the heart is from K & Company's Valentine Ephemera set.

The cupid is also from K & Company, I think she's being sneaky trying to hide behind the bow!  The flowers started out as cuts from Accent Essentials and I layered and "fluffed" them (there's a YouTube video on how to do this.  I'll have to find the link and post it to give credit).  They were made from cardstock out of a multicolor pack.  Other papers used:  Anna Griffin (pink and white scrolls) for the background, euphoria/eden from Basic Grey for the shadow part of the letter, and sultry/polished from Basic Grey for the top of the letters.

This was my first time using Cindy Loo that I picked up probably last summer and I haven't used Accent Essentials in ages.  It's also one of my first projects with the Gypsy I got as a Christmas gift.  Hope you enjoy!

Comments

  1. Oh my gosh that is fantastic! I may have to scraplift it. I can't wait to see what else you create and share!

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  2. You did such a great job on this. Thanks for sharing with us at Fantabulous Cricut

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  3. I love this banner - so whimsical and vintage too. TFS

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  4. Cute! Thanks for playing along with us at FCCB this week.

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  5. Th flowers are GORGEOUS! Find that link and share it! PLEASE!

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  6. Wow!! Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for joining us at FCCB:)

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  7. This is so pretty! Those flowers are just wonderful - hard to believe they're from Accent Essentials! Thanks for joining us at FCCB this week.

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  8. So beautiful and elegant! Thanks for playing along with us at FCCB! :)

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  9. This is gorgeous! I love the vintage look of it. Great job!
    Thanks so much for playing along at FCCB!

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