I did this first one for the SCS Color Challenge - "What's Black and White and Red All Over?" (with hearts for dessert). And for the CAS Watercolour Challenge - "Love".
I took a stencil with a section of little hearts on it, masked off the non-heart parts, sprinkled red brushos over the stencil and spritzed with water to activate them.
When dry, I stamped and heat embossed my sentiment over them in black, bordered with black, and popped up on fun foam.
It's for my best friend - love that sentiment for a really close friend.
Next up is one I made from a piece of watercolour paper that I used to mop up the leftover brushos sitting on the stencil after I made the previous card.
When the brushos had dried, I stamped my text/heart image on it and heat embossed it with sparkly embossing powder. I trimmed around the edge of the image, popped it up on fun foam on a stitched square die cut, and popped that panel up on the card base.
And last up, for the SCS Mix-ability challenge - "Have a Heart" - a mixed media card with a heart theme:
The central panel is made by stenciling some hearts with embossing paste, then sprinkling some mixed glitter over it. I then sponged with two shades of old rose ink and splattered with some water drops. I added some random text stamping.
I wanted to keep my card very CAS but the panel looked lost on the card base so I ran a strip of red ribbon under it and added three punched glitter hearts. My sentiment is too low down - but too late now to fix it.
Wishing all of you love, friendship, and chocolate for Valentine's Day!