Dylusions Colouring Image Sheets Christmas
Dylusions Ink Sprays: Cherry Pie, Rose Quartz
Dylusions Stencils & Masks: Classics
Dylusioins Dyalog Stencil: Quilt It
Wendy Vecchi MAKE ART Stay-tion
Dylusions Journal The Classics for paper
Dylusions Creative Dyary Glue Stick
Dina Wakley Media Fudeball Pen
Tim Holtz® Tools by Tonic Studios Distresser
I love when a product transitions from one season to the next and I can take advantage of every piece. I was able to create three Valentine's Day cards with remnants of my Christmas Image Sheets. Yup, I said Christmas in the same sentence as Valentine's. Here I show you how to make the most of your Dylusions treasures!
Card 1, With Love
Step 1: Use your Dylusions The Classics Journal to sneak paper to create an A2 sized card, fold in half. They will be top folded because I’m using a vertical journal.
This is how the inspiration came. I love the Grandkids Silhouette Stencils & Masks for so many reasons, they’re absolutely adorable and they also fit inside the heart stencil!
Step 2: Use the black pages of the journal to cut the silhouettes.
Step 3: With the remnants from my art journaling I had hearts after using the Christmas trees.
Step 4: Use those hearts to fit inside the heart. All the way until I filled it. Remember the silhouettes will cover your paper seams!
Step 5: I had saved that bloom thinking how sweet it would be for him to bring her flowers!
Step 6: To create the background use Rose Quartz over your chosen stencil.
Step 7: Glue your pieces inside the heart and attach to card base. I wanted more contrast in the background so I filled it with Cherry pie using a brush
Step 8: And finished it with another remnant, popped the with love hearts found underneath the Merry Christmas page!
Card 2, Love Birds
Step 9: To create this one use the Diamond Mask. Take advantage of your MAKE ART Stay-tion to double up on the stencils. The magnets will keep them in place!
Step 10: Glue the hand cut pieces to your card.
Step 11: Again I wanted more contrast so I blocked everything and used Cherry Pie.
Step 12: To make the dots frame, use a remnant from this colouring page.
Card 3, Love
Step 13: Bear with me the craziness of using jolly to create the word love, I sneaked the e from Merry from the previous card and flipped jolly to use the L O and twist the J into a V. To unite them I mimicked the black of the e to fill the other letters
Step 14: I gave the love bird a heart to carry from one of the background papers and painted it with Cherry Pie.
Step 15: To finish the petals I used the Quilt It Stencil with a gel pen.