More Valentine’s Day Card Ideas with Glimmer Mist

Are you ready for some more Watercolor Style Valentine´s Day cards? Today we have five more cards prepared for your inspiration. Try painting hearts with a paint brush directly onto watercolor paper, like Michelle did? Or create a Valentine´s Card that is perfect for men and women by using Mixed Media Mini Origins Artsy paper, like Lynda did? Or why not give your cards a twist by using the Mixed Media Mini Origins Coffee Break papers to create a different type of Valentine´s greeting for your loved ones?

Michelle Sanders

For this card, the main supply was the Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist. I started out by dipping a thin paint brush into the Glimmer Mist and making a heart shape on the watercolor paper that I had folded into a card. I dipped my brush in water and moved the mist color around with water as I would with watercolors to fill in the heart shape. Then I used more of the same Glimmer Mist color to make the splatters on the background of the card. I set the card aside to dry and grabbed a pencil to doodle my flowers on a separate piece of watercolor paper before cutting it out. Using a variety of Glimmer Mist colors I used the same watercolor technique and painted the flowers with my thin paint brush, blending with water as needed. Once dry, I adheared the flower cutout with popdots and inked all the edges with a black ink pad. As a finishing touch I stamped the title to the card “You Are Loved” .

Supplies:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Vintage Pink, Valencia, Boogie Board, Seven Seas and Inchworm
Watercolor Paper
All Night Media Pop Dots
Illustrated Faith Clear Acrylic Stamps
Black Ink Pad

Lynda Lindley

The Mixed Media Mini Origins Art Collection “Artsy” has such an amazing selection of images. I knew I had to use this particular piece for a Valentine’s card – the eye at the bottom was perfect to complete the I love you-sentiment that I wanted on my card. I used Glimmer Mist sprays to watercolor the entire card front – spraying each color onto a protective sheet and using a wet brush to paint onto the image. I sprayed the card base with the Vintage Pink Glimmer Mist and then added the trim down image to the card front. Finally, I completed the card by adding stitch lines around the image, then adding the “love you” stickers and the epoxy heart. I am sure my husband will enjoy the more artistic design to this Valentine’s day card this year.

Supplies:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Sugar Maple, Atlantic, Simply Sheer Shade, Vintage Pink
Tattered Angels Mini Origins Art Collection – Artsy
White Blank Heavy Duty Note Cards and Envelopes – Cardstock Weight paper
Epoxy Heart Stickers
Black Gel Pen
Adhesive

Lynda Lindley

I love to watercolor and I wanted to use this techique to prepare a doily for this particular card . I sprayed the Glimmer mist onto a protective mat and then used a wet paintbrush to paint the doily. Once it was dry I added some tiny self adhesive pearls to a few of the shapes for decoration. I cut a heart shaped piece from a section from the 12 x 12 burlap sheet in pink and glued the burlap on top of the doily. I used the same Glimmer Mist technique to paint every other line of the patterned paper for my card front. I really like how the background turned out – it really makes the other pink elements on the card pop! Next I adhered the patterned paper to my cardbase and then added the doily on place. I finished the card off with trim.

Supplies:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Vintage Pink
Canvas Corp – Black and Ivor Script Rev Paper
Canvas Corp – Burlap Sheet, Pink
Canvas Corp – White Blank Heavy Duty Note Cards and Envelopes – Cardstock Weight Paper
Liquid glue
Trim
Adhesive Pearls
Paper Trimmer
Scissors
Paint Brush

Karla Yungwirth

I love creating Valentine’s Day Cards with a non-traditional colour scheme, making them perfect for masculine or feminine cards! The Tattered Angels Mists combined with the Tattered Angels Mini Mixed Media Origins “Coffee Break” papers create a soft, watercolour card with a lovely shimmer- and who doesn’t love coffee?!! The Mixed Media Origins Paper has such an amazing texture – almost fabric-like. I stitched around the edges with my sewing machine for a neat effect. I also used the Tattered Angels Mists on both the Origins papers and on the watercolour paper that I diecut with wafer dies. A bit of Glossy Accents add shiny details to the heart elements.

Supplies:
Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist – Dazzling Diamonds, Sterling, Woven Burlap, It´s Orange, Summer Glow, Iridescent Gold, Rose Gold
Tattered Angels Chalkboard Mist – Decadence, Iron, Violet Rose, Strawberry Ice
Tattered Angels Baseboard Mist – Water
Tattered Angels Mixed Media Origins Mini Art – Coffee Break

We hope to have brought you ideas and inspiration with our Watercolor Style Valentine´s Cards. We would love to see your takes – if you got inspired by yesterday´s or today´s card ideas, leave a comment here with a blog link to your creations, so we can come and take a look. Also, keep on tagging us on Instagram and using #tatteredangelsglimmermist hashtag, so we can you! Happy crafting!!






I am a scrapbooker, card maker and a paper crafter in general. I have a passion towards mixed media, stamps, stencils and color. I create layouts, cards, minibooks, off the page projects, tags, ATC´s and home decor projects.


'More Valentine’s Day Card Ideas with Glimmer Mist' has 1 comment

  1. February 11, 2019 @ 7:59 am Jean Marmo

    So mnay different styles and techniques! Love them!

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