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Thursday, February 13, 2014

Sending You My Love

There was an adorable stamp featured in the Holiday Guide 2013 that's still available online called "Lots of Love" and I was very happy to be able to use it for the below challenges.

Clear It Out Challenge Flowers & Valentine's Day

VivaLaVerve Sketch Challenge VLVF2014 & Color Challenge: Red, Grey, and Pink but did not submit it for the challenge.
To recreate this greeting card I used Cricut Art Philosophy, Sparkle and Shine Paper Packet, Roxy Paper Packer, White Daisy Cardstock, Whisper Cardstock, Cotton Candy Cardstock, Opaque Pearl Gems, Black Ink Pad, Lots of Love Stamp, Alcohol Markers, Quilling tool, Ruler, Scissors,  3D Foam TapeLiquid Glass, and Tape Runner,
  1. This greeting card measures at 4.25" x 5.5" out of White Daisy Cardstock.
  2. Two more pieces of White Daisy were cut at 1.75" x 2.75" for stamping and layering.
  3. Take on piece of the white cardstock measuring 1.75" x .75" and stamp the sentiments "Sending You" on the top portion and "Lots of Love" on the bottom portion with the Black Ink Pad
  4. Next stamp the mail box, the envelope on the second piece of 1.75" x 2.75" white cardstock using the same ink pad.
  5. Layer the mailbox with adhering and with a ruler drawer a wood post or cut a piece of dark cardstock for wood post.  
  6. Adhere the cardstock with the sentiments onto the Cotton Candy cardstock which measures at 2" x 3". I used 3D foam tape to the back of the Cotton Candy cardstock piece to give it lift.
  7. Color and cut the mailbox and letter images then adhere on top of the cardstock with sentiments using 3D foam tape.
  8. The  Whisper Cardstock was the greeting card's mat base and that measured at 4" x 5 1/4".
  9. I cut two pieces of Sparkle and Shine B&T paper at 2" x 2.5" and adhere this to the Whisper cardstock leaving an .25" viewable border. 
  10. The flowers were cut from Roxy paper packet using Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge. I cut two flowers at 3" and four flowers at 2" found on 68 of the manual by selecting the following <Font>, <Shift>, <FlurDeLs>.
  11. Using a quilling tool I rolled the flowers and put a dime size Liquid Glass in the inside base of the flower.
  12. Hold the rolled flower into place until it's dry. Inside the flower I place a pearl for a finishing touch.
  13. Once all the pieces are cut and stamped it's time to layer following the picture above.
I hope you enjoyed this Valentine's Day card.
Until the next time, Happy Valentine's Day!


  1. I forgot about that stamp set when creating my Valentine cards, this year. Cute card!

  2. Thanks. It's a neat stamp. I'm happy it's still available. I can see myself using this stamp for multiple times over.

  3. Love the digi and flowers. Great take on the Clear it out challenge, thanks for joining us :)

  4. This is so pretty! Just love those gorgeous rolled flowers!

  5. This is so pretty. Love the flowers!
    Thanks for playing along with us at Heart 2 Heart.