A few years ago I studied Art & Design and specialised in Graphics, so I have always had an eye for Graphics which has come into play in terms of my blog and my branding but whilst having a blog has been absolutely incredible, I haven't really been in touch with my 'creative' side as much as I would have liked to!

When Reeves contacted me with regards to creating a Valentine's post, I was immediately planning out what I could do in terms of the creativity and it has been so fun tapping into my creative side again! 

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I decided to create a card which may sound a little simple but I wanted to imitate my font across the card and it's not been as easy as it may look given how intricate my font is... After several attempts I finally felt I had produced a card that best matched my font and to create this, I used:


I chose to go for the Pastels as I like how soft the final finish is and how effective it is!

Within the Pastel Paper Pack you get 16 A4 pieces of Pastel Paper, all of which are acid-free and multi-coloured. 4 sheets of Yellow, White, Green and Blush. The Soft Pastels has 12 colours all of which range from black, greens, blues, reds and oranges right through to the lighter colours of yellow and white.

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Do you like my card? Did I match my font well enough? Have you used any of Reeves products before? If so, which ones? Will you be creating your own Valentines card this year? Do let me know your thoughts as I would love to hear from you and don't forget to click that 'like' button below!

*Please note, this post has been sponsored.