Sending Love

Valentine’s Day isn’t the only time to send love to those special people. Here’s a card you can send any time to let someone know you are thinking of them!

The hearts are from a discontinued set by Stampin’ Up called Hearts a Flutter, but this set, All Heart from Pattern Happy, is so cute and would work great!

The hearts embossing folder is from The Paper Studio at Hobby Lobby, but I think it is discontinued, too. 😦  Here are a couple of options that you could use – this one is from Kaisercraft and this one is from Cuttlebug.

The word “love” is from the Jar of Mixed Sentiments by Unity Stamp Company. I have looked everywhere for the “sending” stamp and it appears to have been swallowed up in my craft room…so I’m not sure which company it is from. 🙂

 

Emboss a piece of pool colored card stock with the heart embossing folder and attach to a white card. Stamp 2 different hearts with pool ink on white card stock and stamp a 3rd heart with red ink in the center. Ink the edges of the panel with pool ink. Layer to a larger piece of red card stock and attach to the card. Attach a piece of red polka dot ribbon to cover the place where the 2 pieces meet. Attach 3 red sequins to the heart panel. Stamp the sentiment with red ink on white card stock and punch with an oval punch. Layer to a larger  oval punched from pool card stock. Then layer the piece to a scalloped oval punched from red card stock. Attach to the card with foam tape.

You can make this card in any color combo and it’s always a good time to send love!

Thanks for stopping by,

Anita

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