This will be one of the cards for the Valentine Class. I just love the Bloom' Heart thinlet die combined with the new Blushing Bride glimmer paper.
But before I show you the card, I would like to show you something else. When I was decluttering and reorganizing before Christmas, I found something in an old box I hadn't given a glance to in - well quite a while. Going through it I found a rather large drawing book, completely filled with pictures I had drawn when I was 12 years old.
It seems I had some drawing talent, but it was put aside when I had to go to work at age 15, and didn't re-emerge until I retired from teaching.
Every day for the next little while, I will post a couple of pictures of these drawings at the end of my posts
Now, back to the Valentine's Day card.
So, this is what I want each student to experience - the die itself on Blushing Bride glimmer paper, and the use of the brush and foam to get rid of the bits.
A tip about die cutting the glitter paper - turn the paper upside down so the glitter side is facing down. It is so much easier to cut - and get the tiny debris bits out.
Ink: Blushing Bride, Black Memento
Papers: Blushing Bride, Whisper White, Blooming' Love DSP, Blush Blossom glimmer paper
Accessories: Hearts embossing folder, Bloomin Hearts thinlets dies, Numbers thinlet dies, rhinestones, rhinestonres, Hearts border punch
As promised, here are 2 drawing I did when I was 12 years old. The pictures were drawn with pencil and coloured with pencil crayons.