So I was looking at my pictures trying to find something fitting for the Paisley Prints set (from the upcoming Holidays mini) and then I saw this picture of me with the Queen of Heart taken at Disney. It had been taken purposely since my team's name is Dames en art (or Queens of Art). Perfect! I matched the colors in the picture and so I picked Real Red, Concord Crush, Basic Black and Whisper White as my color combo.
The big heart from the Paisley Prints set was stamped in Versamark, covered it in Heat & Stick and then in red glitter. I used the small heart with Real Red ink and then punched the big heart with the Full Heart punch and the small hearts with the Heart to Heart punch.
I used some sticky strip to create a ruffled ribbon border and added some black brads on it. The main title was created with the Wild Wild West Alphabet (oh, how sad I am that this one retired...) embossed in white powder on Basic Black cardstock and punched out with the Large Oval punch, and then topped with the crown from the Extreme Elements set.
I matted my picture with black and white cardstock to look like a playing card. I also used the Q from the Taffy Alphabet set and the small heart from Paisley Prints to complete the card look. Then I handwrote my journaling with a black marker around the picture.
The Concord Crush cardstock in the background was punched with the Pinking Heart border and corner punches, and I added two heart-shaped Bitty buttons with punched cardstock underneath in the left-side corner.
Stampin' Up! Supplies
Stamps: Paisley Prints, Taffy Alphabet, Wild West Alphabet, Extreme Elements
Cardstock: Basic Black, Whisper White, Real Red, Concord Crush
Designer papers: Jackpot
Inks: Real Red, Concord Crush, Basic Black, Versamark
Punches: Pinking Heart border and corner, Jewelry Tag, Full Heart, Heart to Heart,
Bitty heart, Corner Rounder, Large Oval
Accessories: Heat 'n Stick, Red glitter, Button, Pretties (pearl), red striped grosgrasin ribbon,
Sticky Strip, Vintage brads, clear embossing powder, Basic Black marker, Bitty Buttons