Deadpool Valentine

cr00377-squareMy other half came back from Brussels last weekend with a horrid cold and I thought I’d managed to avoid it, but no such luck. Add to that a weekend visit from my brother, which meant a lot more talking than usual, and now my voice has disappeared almost completely. Luckily I don’t need to be able to speak to create a Valentine’s card…

 There’s this one bit in Deadpool with a bunch of, quite frankly, freakish cartoon characters, one of which is a comparatively normal-looking walking heart. We have watched this film so many times that it was an obvious choice for a Valentine’s card.

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I couldn’t find any decent versions of the heart online so I gave in and sketched one myself — using my light box to create a clean line version — and coloured it with my trusty Copic markers, adding a couple of white highlights. I fussy cut around the heart, leaving a panel below where I inlaid the foiled HUGS letters. I glued an embossed panel to a red card base and used some foam tape to pop up the heart and sentiment on top of it.

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Supplies:

  • dies:
    Lawn Fawn – Finley’s ABCs
  • embossing folder:
    We R Memory Keepers – next level – wave
  • pens:
    Sharpie – extra fine paint marker – white
    Copic multiliner 0.3 – black
  • Copic markers:
    heart body – R35, R46, R59
    eyes – W00, W0, W1
    arms and legs – BG11, BG13, BG49
    shadow – W00, W1, W3
  • foil:
    Wow! Fab Foil – red
  • paper and card:
    Neenah solar white 216gsm
    Papermill Direct – plain – ruby red
    Hunkydory adorable scorable – robin red
  • miscellaneous:
    Heidi Swapp – mini Minc machine

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7 thoughts on “Deadpool Valentine

  1. Wow! That’s impressive drawing. I’ve never seen Deadpool, but it’s nice to have something that you both love made into a card.Hope you feel better soon. I get permanent colds from the kids at this time of year. I should take out shares in Kleenex… xx

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    • I was surprised how well the sketch turned out; drawing is not one of my strong points, but using the light box to trace it really helps. I’m still trying to shake off this cold – I can kinda speak again, but it normally ends up with me desperately trying to fight off a coughing fit 😦

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