Team Stamp It Valentines Blog Hop!

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Thanks for stopping by Team Stamp It’s Valentine’s Blog Hop!!

I know you are going to see some wonderful projects here. We have some very talented stampers in this group.

You have probably just come from Theresa Howe’s blog. Isn’t her project beautiful?

I have created a cute little box with the envelope punch board and filled it with chocolate to go along with a Valentine’s Day card I have designed for my daughter.

January 15 Team Stamp It Blog Hop

January 15 Team Stamp It Blog Hop

I cut a piece of Mint Macaron cardstock to 5 1/2″ by 5 1/2″ and punched and scored at 2″ and 3″ on the Envelope Punch Board. I turn it on all sides and punched and scored on the existing original score lines. I punched all corners using the corner punch on the envelope punch board. I used my bone folder on all score lines and secured the box with glue dots. I tied a piece of Mint Macaron Dotted Lace trim around box and secured with Whispher White bakers twine at the top. Using two of the framelits from the Tags and Labels framelit set, I created a cute tag for the front. I stamped the XOXO and the heart with stamps from Bloomin Love.  Oh…lol..before you close up the box don’t forget to fill it with goodies!

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What do you think of this card?

The colors remind me of the candy hearts you can get at Valentines Day time with the sayings on them!

The card base is Blushing Bride cut at 8 1/2″ by 5 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″. The second layer is Mint Macaron cut at 4″ by 5 1/4″.

I sponged a piece of Shimmery White cardstock that measures 3 3/4″ by 5″ with Blushing Bride, Mint Macaron, Soft Sky and Daffodil Delight ink. I just sponged randomly, nowhere special.

IMAG0799I then adhered the sponged piece to the Mint Macaron (slightly closer to the top than the bottom) piece and that piece to the Blushing Bride card base.

 

I cut the big heart from the Bloomin Heart Thinlits Dies using the Big Shot and the Precision Base Plate from another piece of Shimmery White cardstock measuring  3 7/8″ by 5 1/8″. Have you tried the Big Shot Die brush yet?  It’s awesome! It worked perfectly to detach the heart from the cardstock and popped out all the little pieces so easily.

I then adhered the shimmery card stock onto the front of the card and fit the heart cutout back in. I adhered them all with Tombow Multi Purpose glue. It looks so pretty!

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I cut some of the flowers from the thinlit set and sponged them with some of the same colors behind the heart and adhered them to the card with mini glue dots. I also added some Rhinestone Basic Jewels for some added glitz to the centers of the flowers. The sentiment was stamped with stamps from the Bloomin Love stamp set and cut out using the banner framelit from the Large Numbers Framelits Dies. Lastly, I then colored the flowers with my new favorite tool….the Wink of Stella Clear Glitter Brush…loving it!!!

I hope you enjoyed this project. Click on NEXT to move on to  Oksana Semenska’s blog for another great project! (I want to make one!!!)

 

 

           But don’t go away, Team Stamp It has another giveaway!!!!! Make sure to leave a comment on this blog and all the blogs on this hop and don’t forget to include #stampitcontest in your comment!!! Good Luck!!!

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                                          Thanks for stopping by!!! Happy Hopping!!!

 

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90 responses »

  1. Pretty card, love the background. I noticed you don’t have the embossed mark that dies normally leave around. How did you accomplished that?

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