The title and the heart/shadow were cut from the Indie Art Cricut cartride, the pocket was cut from the Old West cartridge and I cut the graphic boy and recycle arrows from one of the sheets I printed from the Notebook Doodles Imagine cartridge. I used a portion of a piece of Notebook printed paper from that same cartridge that I punched with a composition edge to make the journaling area in the bottom left corner.
Above you can see some of the details of the heart. I embossed the black heart with D'Vine Swirls and then chalked the embossing with coordinating colors. This really looked good, if I must say so myself. The wings are chipboard thats edges were inked in pink and then I just put some chucky glitter all over them. I cut to picture mattings from a My Creative Die, one from cardstock but the other from vellum. I ran the vellum matting through a few different embossing folders. Below you can see the more of the detail of the pocket and the graphic boy. I placed a red chipboard heart on the boy. Then, I used some coordinating studs to embellish the pocket and I added eyelets to look like rivets on jeans.
Inside the pocket I made some tags that she can write what she has learned or she can list all the boys that she has left with broken hearts. I thought she would like that. Thanks for stopping by and I hope you enjoyed the layout.
I am submitting this into:
The Fantabulous Cricut Challenge--Queen of Hearts
The Cuttlebug Spot Challenge--Love is in the Air
Connie Can Crop February Challenge