I decided to throw a little something together last night for the Paper Dolls third weekly challenge. For the challenge you are required to use at least one SVG file created by Belinda of Bee's Hive O'Drama. I used two in my entry which is a mini note card measuring 4" x 2.5". Not sure if length or width is supposed to go first in that whole measurement thing. I know I work with numbers all day long but I have a calculator that tells me what to do...completely different than these numbers.
Of the SVG files available (by the way go get yours...they're free...and submit a project too!)....OK, back to what I was saying before my mind wandered (as usual), of the cute SVGs that Belinda created, I used one of the hearts with the scalloped edge and the scalloped edge frame.
I crinkled the scalloped part of the heart, inked it with Tim Holtz' Dusty Concord (purple) Distress Ink then spritzed it with water to make the ink run. I then sped up the drying process by using my heat tool.
I used a small snippet of hemp cord (teehee, that always makes me giggle) for the middle of the heart to make it appear to be a button. The holes were in the SVG but with the lovely Cricut you won't get holes that small. You'll just end up with some torn and wasted paper. Now the Silhouette can probably do the job...*sigh*...I'm dreaming.
I stamped the sentiment in the same ink color as the tie-dye looking heart.
The purple base of the card was embossed with a swirly design then lightly inked in Ink It Ups! Lavender.
I think that pretty much it. It was fairly simple to make. Don't forget to head on over to Paper Dolls and Bee's Hive O'Drama.