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Oh, how cute would it be to create my little Emily a Valentine card. With the hectic Thanksgiving season just finishing, and the chaotic Christmas season just starting, let's keep it simple.
What goes well with Valentines? CHOCOLATE.
This little card is a chocolate masterpiece and as my inspiration a little leftover Halloween candy -- a chocolate tootsie pop.
Next, generational stamping of the double hearts - load ink onto stamp image and then keep stamping until you see no image on the paper when stamping. This is a great way to add dimension or motion. Finish the card base by random stamping the 'Be Mine' sentiment.
Stamp the larger heart directly on the card base at the top upper left corner, letting it hang off the edge just a little. Stamp a scrap piece of Colonial White cardstock with this same larger heart image and cut it out. Ink the edges of the cut out heart.
Stamp the smaller double hearts image and cut out. Carefully ink the edges of the double hearts cutout image.
I found some old Christmas gold ric-rac (love to use what I have on hand), to add a little bling. I wrapped it around the heart leaving it loose to add more dimension. Use 3D foam tape on the back of the larger heart cutout and place the cutout heart over the heart already stamped on the card base.
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Supplies Used (shop online):
1388 Colonial White cardstock
Z2114 Cocoa Ink
D1445 Amore Stamp of the Month - want to earn it at a discount, ask me how