I started with a scrap of black paper and Hero Arts Tweed Pattern Stencil. I added white embossing paste and set it aside to dry. Next I stamped the heart from Hero Arts Brush Strokes onto watercolor paper, and colored in the center portion with a bit of water, pulling the Brilliance Galaxy Gold ink in. I also set that aside to dry. Next I embossed the Valentine sentiment (also from a boxed Hero Arts set LP269) onto vellum.
After determining the heart was dry, I restamped it and heat embossed in gold. Next the tweed piece was cut to a 3.5 inch square. I mounted the square with foam, on top of the vellum piece which mostly sits across the bottom third. I trimmed it so that a portion sits under the tweed piece making it easier to glue in place.
The heart was fussy cut, and added to the card. I tossed some sequins on as well...and then spent too much time moving them around to find the perfect placement...an activity that will make a person a little batty!
All in all, I am very happy with this scramble's Valentine. Thanks for stopping by! Try out a scramble for yourself. Up coming scrambles are in this thread.