I have a small piece of wall space between my front door and the window next to it. I like having something hanging there and have for fall and winter. I haven't liked anything for Valentine's Day, so I decided to make my own decor.
I used Ribbons & Rosettes for the rosettes. The pieces were cut at 2," so the rosettes are about 4" tall. I used two different shades of pink to create my rosette. Once those were all assembled I cut the scalloped circle from Lacy Labels at 2 1/4." I used white for that piece and the inner ring is the same darker pink I used on the rosettes. I used Martha Stewart Elegant Cake Art for the letters. I cut them at 1 3/4" and use a glittery dark pink cardstock. The heart at the bottom is cut from Cricut American Alphabet, one of the pre-loaded cartridges that came with the E2. It is cut at 2." I used some magenta Stickles on the swirl and star dust Stickles for the white shadow layer. I covered the light pink part of the heart with glossy accents and finished it off with some pink bling. The angel is a Peachy Keen Stamp. I colored her with my Prismacolor pencils, then cut her out. I gave her a little piece of bling for her hair, and used some yellow Stickles on her halo and star dust Stickles on her wings. The cloud is cut using Graphically Speaking, at 2" (real dial size), and I covered it with a cotton ball that I tore apart. I attached all the rosettes to a piece of ribbon, which I looped at the top so that I could hang it on my wall. I have close-up picutres of each individual rosette below.
I made this for the following challenges: