The image is called "Snow Queen" and is available for purchase in Rick's Etsy shop. I believe this glittery heart paper came from K and Company but I'm not 100% positive about that.
I think I must have used nearly every RV shade of pink in my Copic marker box because of all the folds and shadows on her beautiful gown.
All of the flowers are by Wild Orchid Crafts. The foil heard border is by K and Company from last year's Valentine collection.
I used the insides of the hearts to make all the little floating hearts shown in this close up.
Below is the inside of the card. I cut out some of the hearts from scraps of the one paper and adhered them to the other papers I used on the inside to pull the design together. I hope that makes sense.
In addition to the Marker Pop challenge, I am entering this card in the following challenges and/or linky parties:
Marker Pop - #15 Pretty In Pink
Sparkle and Glitter - #8 Anything But a Square
The Paper Shelter - #96 Anything Goes
The Sisterhood of Crafters - Use Hearts
Whimsical Designs - All About Love
Bearly Mine Challenges - #70 Tic-Tac-Toe (I used swirls, digi image, ribbon & die cuts)
I'll be back tomorrow with another card I made for one of The Outlawz challenges. I hope you enjoyed this one. If you need some inspiration for your own Valentine's Day cards, be sure to visit the Marker Pop blog to see all the other Pretty In Pink entries. I'm sure there will be plenty of projects for that holiday posted there. Until tomorrow...