a 5" x 7" size, but I wanted to show the whole stencil and it's almost that size.
I used Hero Arts Mid-Tone Navy ink for the HA Glorious Petal stencil and then watercolored a heart die from the So Sorry Stamp & Cut set, using Distress Inks. The vellum heart is die cut from light green vellum I've had forever. The gold word and heart stickers are from Pretty Little Studio. I looovvee their gold word stickers, the little phrase is from the die cuts from Hello Heather over at PLS too.
I love the Navy on kraft look, this ink rocks! It's a nice truly blue ink, not too black, and it's just a good ink. Jennifer McGuire likes the Mid-Tone inks from Hero Arts, so I bought a couple to try them out. She's right, they're very nice.
I'll be giving this to my hubby tomorrow for our 26th wedding anniversary--unbelievable how fast time has gone! He's my high school sweetheart and person I trust most in this world. We were so lucky to find each other so early in life and that we grew up together and still like each other!
I'll be entering this over at A Blog Named Hero's vellum challenge.
And here's a reminder, if you join me in this one, and you use a die cut with your Hero Arts, you can also enter it at a2z Scrapbooking's June challenge, To Die For.