Video: To My Heart Valentine’s Day Card


Hello and welcome back! Today, I have a card created using our Toned Hearts, Sweetheart Wordplate Dies and Smooched stamps.

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I started off by stamping a fun and bright Toned Hearts pattern onto an A2 panel using our Ruby Collection inks. Once my pattern was stamped, I die cut a smaller stitched rectangular panel which would house my sentiment. I die cut the “to my” directly onto this stitched rectangle. Then I die cut my heart word die cut and blended some Red Sangria ink onto the bottom portion of the die cut for an ombre effect. Next, I added a pink strip of cardstock behind my “to my” negative die cut sentiment.

Next, I stamped some kisses images from our Smooched set using the same inks from our Ruby Collection inks.

Once all of my stamping, blending and die cutting was complete, I started assembling my card. First, I added some silver metallic thread behind my rectangular sentiment panel. Then I mounted the rectangular panel onto my heart stamped panel with foam tape. Next, I adhered the heart word die cut directly onto the stitched panel with liquid adhesive.

Then I arranged my Smooched lips on the right side of my card. Before I added my smallest smooched lips on the bottom right corner, I added a Valentine’s Day sentiment (from our Toned Hearts, stamped in our Caviar Hybrid Ink) to the stitched panel.

I hope you enjoyed my project for today! Also, it’s the last day of our Sweetheart Release promo. Head over to bottom of this post for more details on how to add a free gift to your order.

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