Doodle a Valentine’s Card


Hi everyone,  I thought I’d share a quick Valentine’s project for you or the kids. This was designed to be a card for a long envelope, but you can make it a bookmark, fridge art or frame it.
At first glance these cards might look the same, but look closely at the backgrounds. I have doodled a white back ground using a fine Sharpie pen on the Love in the upper left hand corder and used a white chalk pencil to doodle over the black background.
Here’s a doodle challenge to complete this card:
  1. Doodle the “negative space” around the letters L-O-V-E. Don’t outline the letters, let your doodles  fill in the background to create the “lines” to form the letters. This will create a much more interesting look.
  2. Use one color for the doodles and  then add 1 accent color. but only using it very minimally – no more than 5% of the entire spread.
  3. If you use a chalk pencil for the black background, give is really quick and light spray with aerosol hairspray to set the chalk. You can get
You can get the printables here:  Love white background        Love black background
I’d recommend you print this out on card stock if you have it.
And as a bonus here’s an inspiration page of flower doodles you can use to fill in the background. Get the Printable here: Flower Doodles
Send me pics of your finished work and I might just post it later this week.
Happy Valentines Day!
P.S. Next week I am going to start a series on how to start a Visual Prayer Journal. Here’s a sneak peek at the cover of my Prayer Journal:
Doodled the cover of my new prayer journal. Get a sketchbook and lets fo this together. #bulletprayerjournal


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