Skull And Cross Buns | Leopard Heart Card

Compensated post – see disclaimer at the end.

I’m back to share another of the cards I made for the Skull and Cross Buns TV show. This one was inspired by an image I found on Pinterest, and the idea came through on the card even better than I’d hoped!

I started by creating a mask with some scrap paper which I die cut with a heart die. I then laidthe Leopard Animal Print stencil over the top, making sure the positioning would work well to indicate the shape of the heart, and used a large ink blending brush to blend Versafine Onyx Black ink through the stencil.

Once I was happy with the blending I removed the stencil and mask. I completed the design with the addition of a pop of colour in the form of the lip embellishment from the Brush Hearts embellishment set.

I really like how this card turned out. It’s fun yet simple, and the pop of colour from the lips really enhance the design. I did forgo a sentiment but one could easily be added to the inside of the card.

Love,

Lady Joyful

P.S., use code DESIGNTEAM when you purchase from Skull and Cross Buns to save 10% on your order!

*The stamps used on these cards were sent to me free of charge to use as part of my Design Team obligations.*
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Challenges included:

Addicted to Stamps and More – Anything Goes

Classic DT Challenge – Anything Goes

Lil Patch of Crafty Friends – Anything Goes

Polkadoodles Challenge – Anything Goes

Watercooler Wednesday Challenge – Anything Feminine Goes


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