Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Tiddly Inks Tuesday - Valentine

Good morning everyone!  I hope you are enjoying your Tuesday so far.  Today starts another challenge over at Tiddly Inks.  This week we are looking for those Valentine cards.  Valentine's Day is just around the corner so now is the perfect time to make a card for that someone special.

Christy has so many wonderful images to use on a Valentine's Day card but for my card I used the image, You Are on My Mind.  I also played around with a different style card.  I've seen a couple made this way I just wanted to try it my self!  I'm not quit sure what you would call it but it looked like fun!

Materials Used:
Copic Markers - R27, R24, R22, R21, RV23, RV21, RV10, RV000
Spellbinder's dies
Copic Markers
MS border punch
IRock embellishments
Crystal Stickles
EK punch

Here's a closer look at my image.

Don't forget you know have 2 weeks to enter our challenge!  How nice is that!  I hope you can find the time to play along!
Thanks so much for stopping by today,


  1. oooh marlena!! what an awesome fold and I love the image and decoration,its just soooo gorgeous!!
    huge hugs Lou xxx

  2. Marlena this is stunning! I never make the different folded cards cause they look so complicated but yours, I just wanna sit and look at it cause it is so pretty!

  3. Marlena this is amazing! What a fantastic 3-d project and I love love love all the details and flowers you added to this. It's just WOW.

  4. Wow this is fabulous Marlena! Love the model of your card.


  5. This is so pretty! I love all the flowers and that fancy fold!!!

  6. Gorgeous card Marlena! Your colouring is fab and I love all the beautiful details! Neat fold too!


  7. I personally adore the angled easel cards, the heart overlapping is soooo stinking fab! My fave part I think. Wonderful job. I adore the image soooo much.

  8. WOWZER WHEE Marlena I absolutely LOVE it, stunning card. Joey xx

  9. Now that is a very cool easel card Marlena....love all the little details!!



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