Hello Everyone. Hope you are all well and you all have had a fabulous weekend. I was doing some reorganizing in the craft room this weekend but did manage some time today to get this fun Valentine card made. Another easy card to pull together using a variety of several products (photo included). Sharing the card here and will be linking it to the challenges below.
On with the design and ingredients. Ingredient list and photo:
Paper: Bristol smooth white, Red card stock scrap, Vellum, White card stock. SSS black and a dark gray for the card base.
Ink/coloring medium: Versafine Onyx black, Archival in carnation red and hickory smoke, Distress ink in festive berries and Oxide ink in iced spruce.
Stamps: Jillibean, Pretty Pink Posh, Simon Says Stamp and Impress.
Dies: Lawn Fawn, and Hero Arts infinity circles (not in the supply photo)
Punch: Heart from Fiskars.
Embellishments: Foam squares, Wink of Stella Pen and Nuvo Crystal Glaze.
Now for the cute card I created with all these products.
Be sure to check out the challenge blogs for more fun and inspiration.
Simon Says Stamp Monday Challenge – All Loved Up.
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Enjoy ~ Pat
10 thoughts on “You’re Just My Type Valentine Card”
Pat, what a special Valentine! I love the vintage typewriter and the fun background! The vellum sure makes the typewriter pop! So happy you joined my challenge at The Paper Players this week! XX
Thanks so much Claire.
Super cute Valentine’s card! Love the stamped background
I adore your “punny” Valentine, Pat! That vintage typewriter is so cute and the pattern designs on the papers you created from all those stamp sets mesh seamlessly. Thank you for sharing at The Paper Players this week!
Thank you so much. I appreciate your kind comments.
Cute Valentine!!Thanks for playing along at The Paper Players this week, so happy you joined us!
Pat! Congratulations on your CTS win!! This card is totally ‘my type’ too!
Thank you so much Michelle. I love a punny card. I appreciate being selected.