Hi everyone! Lisa here with you today to share a Valentine's Day card I made with the new Lucky in Love collection and coordinating Hello Sweetheart 4x6 Designer Stamps. Although I'm not a fan of eating candy conversation hearts, the non-edible versions included in the Hello Sweetheart stamp set were so sweet, I had to use them on my card.
When I started thinking about making this card, I knew I wanted to showcase the stamps in a fun way. I designed a card cut file (you'll find a link to the cut file in the supply list at the end of this post) with circular openings on the front panel so I could place stamped images and other elements inside each of the circles. The finished card is 5 1/2" wide x 4" high. You could also use it in the vertical position so it would be 4" wide x 5 1/2" high, giving you three rows of two circles.
Most of the elements on the card are contained within the circles, but to change things up a bit, I layered the "Happy Valentine's Day" banner sticker over the last two circles.
Foam adhesive under the banner adds dimension.
I stamped the conversation hearts onto white cardstock, using chalk inks to give them a soft look. I then punched them out, using a circle punch smaller than the openings on the front of the card, and inked the edges in the same color as the stamped image. The pink circle is popped up with foam adhesive, the blue one is not.
Well, that's it for today. I hope you enjoyed seeing my card. When it comes time for you to make your Valentine's Day cards, be sure to check out the Lucky in Love collection and the coordinating Designer Dies that go along with it.
Lucky in Love Element Stickers
Lucky in Love Alpha Stickers
Lucky in Love Hello Sweetheart 4x6 Designer Stamps
Head Over Heels Red/Pink 12x12 Paper
Silhouette Card Cut File - designed by Lisa Swift