I made this cute little valentine and listed it on my Etsy site today. This little guy was so easy to do! I used a retired stamp set from Stampin’ Up! and printed the sentiment from the computer. I used A Muse Studio Heartbreaker cardstock for the card base. Then I adhered red glitter and wiggle eyes for a darling accent. Click on over to my Etsy site to see this cutie and everything else I’ve been making. 🙂
I made this card this card today and listed it for purchase on my Etsy site. It is so sweet. The colors are perfectly masculine. It would also be perfect for that chemistry buff in your life. The heart on the beaker is glittered red and the sentiments read, “there’s chemistry between us” and “let’s experiment together”. The images are from a great little company called There She Goes Clear Stamps. Their images are so funky and cute. I also entered this card into “I Heart Projects” Linky Party on the blog Itsy Bitsy Paper. There are some really great projects there. So many projects, so little time. 🙂
I just received my order from A Muse Studio that had all my valentine stuff in it. I couldn’t wait to start playing with it so last night I stayed up and created a few things. This was one of them. Isn’t it adorable? It was very easy and simple. The hardest part was not opening the chocolate bar to eat it. 🙂 I wrapped the bar in one of the papers from A Muse’s Sweetheart Cardstock Assortment pack. Then stamped the clock from Quick and Cute Valentines (which is, by the way, one of the sets on sale in this months Spotlight Promotion). I colored the clock with my Copic markers and placed Heart Twinkle stickers on the pendulums, then adhered it to the bar. I tied ribbon and baker’s twine around the bar and added 2 heart beads. Easy little gift for a friend you are “cuckoo” over. 🙂
I am in the Valentine mood already. I know, I know… the Christmas holiday has just passed. I need to relax. I don’t know what it is. Maybe it it the mild weather we are having here in the midwest… no snow and temperatures in the mid 50’s. Whatever the reason, I dug out my valentine papers and made this cute card. The patterned cardstock is from Brenda Walton’s Sweet Talk by K and Company. I got the owl from the sheet of the the die cuts that are included in the stack.
My lovely friend and paper artist, Lesley Retherford sent this Christmas card to me for the holiday season. I just had to post it. She used the A Muse Studio set Naughty or Nice. It’s hard to tell in the photo, but the red cardstock base is stamped in red with the hat stamp and the fur on Santa’s jacket is flocked in white. I LOVE this card. Thanks, Lesley!!