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Category Archives: Valentine
The punny animals in the Hey Love set were just too cute for me to pass up. Only $19 and easy to color? I’m in! For a bit of bling, we brushed Wink of Stella over the heart and around … Continue reading
No, it’s not that I’m done with Christmas prep, but I am thinking ahead to Valentine’s Day! That’s what our January stamp camps will feature, and the Heartfelt Inkspiration team will get to play with some hearts and flowers at our … Continue reading
I was so happy to see two valentine sets in the 2018 Occasions Catalog. I never tire of hearts, so Heart Happiness gave me lots to play with; I couldn’t wait to put ink to rubber to paper! This layout … Continue reading
As I was coloring heart images for yesterday’s card, I thought about the Lovely Words Thinlits, new in the 2017-2018 Annual Catalog. I was able to earn the set of dies as a half-price item on an order last year, … Continue reading
I can’t overstate how much I love coloring with the Stampin’ Up! Blends. These alcohol markers are so smooth and the colors so beautiful — well, it’s hard to put them down! The image on this January camp card (planning … Continue reading
I’m not sure why, but not every stamper is in love with the Party Pandas in this year’s Sale-A-Bration offerings. Even so, it’s the most popular freebie that has been chosen to date. I used it for two camp cards … Continue reading
I thought I already had a valentine for my sweetheart, but when I designed my January camp projects, I couldn’t resist using the same “brushed embossing” technique on this card: I love this sentiment from Sure Do Love You, but … Continue reading
When I first saw the 2017 Holiday Catalog in Thailand back in July (I know!), I was fascinated by the Mini Treat Bag on page 45: As if the buffalo check was not fabulous enough, the pink and vellum and gold … Continue reading
Thanks for returning to see my little tutorial on how to create the bear-holding-heart effect! Here’s the original stamped and cut image. Note how the arms are out and curved upward. Hi, buddy! Now we’re going to do a little … Continue reading