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SVGAttic - Be Mine

SVGAttic released their newest file this week called Be Mine. I fell in love with the card and knew I had the perfect Basic Grey paper to go with it. I did modify the file slightly by making an shadow on panel 1 so I would have a black layer and a leopard layer. I also added a black shadow to the LOVE word and cut out the V in the red version of LOVE.

I love how this turned out just wish I could of gotten a better picture of it.


  1. Yay! Love this! I am also happy you posted!

  2. Love your blog and this project! :) I am a new follower, would love for you to stop by my blog sometime too! :)

  3. Love how you coordinated the colors and the project is AWESOME!!

  4. Stunning creation.
    Thanks for joining us at Basic Grey challenge.


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