This card was created using Stampin’ Up!’s Delicate Details Lace Tape ( as a stencil. Place the tape on the card, sponge over with ink then gently remove. Other products used include Paper Doilies (128399) and Hearts a Flutter Bundle (131098 wood, 131097 clear), Textured Impressions Embossing Folder (129383), Whisper White and Pool Party card stock ad Island Indigo ink.
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Love is in the air! Here’s the last card idea in this week’s Valentine’s share… I guess now I need to move on to St. Patrick’s Day, Easter and Spring!
If you are a member of my Paperinkle Rewards Club, you should have received a Valentine like this one in the mail this week! Sending handmade cards is just one of the ways I like to surprise and delight my customers!
Happy Valentine’s Day!
Ok so the title of this post doesn’t quite rhyme but does that really matter?
Here’s what’s important… another Valentine share, so get your crafting on and case away…
I wasn’t kidding when I said I had a lot of samples and swaps from Leadership left to still share. So here’s the start of my Valentine themed ideas. As always, I love it when you C.A.S.E (copy and share everything!) So what are you waiting for…. get stamping!
Looking for some great Valentine’s to hand out this year? A snack size bag of M&M’s fits perfectly into a paper matchbook. To create, cut a piece of card stock 3″x 8 1/2″ then score at 1″, 5″ and 5 1/4″. Fold up at the 1″ mark, decorate with a strip of designer series paper (I used More Amore from Stampin up) and staple the M&M’s inside the bottom.
Next, decorate the front. In the samples below, I used Pool Party, Crumb Cake, Real Red and Primrose Petals card stock, More Amore DSP, Hearts a Flutter Stamps and Framelits, Teeny Tiny Wishes and banner framelit and Delightful Dozen Sentiment.
I embossed sentiments and used the Chalkboard technique for a different look.