15 January 2019
Treat your significant other this Valentine's Day with this gorgeous card from Mo's Digital Pencil!
Mo’s Digital Pencil have a wide variety of digital images for you to download and suit many occasions. Here, we're giving you a free project and digi stamp from Mo's Digital Pencil, to perfect your Valentine's card this year! Just head over to Mo's Digital Pencil to download the digital images to create this sweet sentiment!
Made with Mo: Bonus project
What do I need?
Love Cupcake digital image by Mo’s Digital Pencil
6x6 Now & Then paper Pad by Teresa Collins
White, red & cream card
Computer & printer
Alcohol marker pens of your choice
Tuxedo Black VersaFine inkpad
Stitched Curved Border die set & Craft Dates stamp set by Marianne Designs
Wooden heart embellishments
Wooden heart button
How do I make it?
1 Create an 11x14.5cm white card blank with the fold at the top. Select mint dotted paper from the paper pad and trim slightly smaller than the card front. Fix to the card front.
2 Print off image measuring approximately 5x8cm. Colour with alcohol marker pens.
3 Die-cut the top and bottom edges of the image panel with the Curved Stitched Border die so that the width of the image at its widest is approximately 10cm. Trim the sides to fit the width of the dotted paper, then fix to the card front so the bottom left corner is positioned in the bottom left of the card front.
4 Stamp a sentiment from the Craft Dates set directly onto the bottom left corner of the image panel with black ink.
5 Trim three fishtail banners in different sizes from three different papers and fix to the top left of card front so they are overlapping one another. Add a wooden heart button, decorated with twine, to the centre of the banner trio.
6 Add three wooden hearts around the image, some Stickles to the icing on the cake and a spot of Glossy Accents to the cherry to finish.
And there you have it! A sweet and simple card made with love for your Valentine. Don't forget to check out Mo's Digital Pencil for the materials (and so much more!) and grab your January edition of Making Cards & Papercraft magazine for more inpsiration from Mo and many others!