Saturday, February 9, 2013

Valentine Card

Hi everyone!
I hope your weekend is off to a great start!

Today I get to show you another project for
Dr. Phil Scraps!

With Valentine's Day just a few days away,
I was in the mood to make a card for the occasion.


As you can see, I stayed with the traditional 
colors of red and white.
I kept my card pretty simple so that the
 sentiment stood out. 
I popped my sentiment up on some foam adhesive, added a ribbon bow and a button with some twine threaded through it for some dimension.  

For my sentiment, I used 2 different stamp sets.
The frame inside my white circle came from 
I don't have the Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge that coordinates with this stamp set but that's okay :)
You can use them all on their own or in my case, I just found a cartridge that had a circle for this particular frame stamp that I wanted to use.
All I did was cut a circle from the Cricut Essentials (preloaded on the E2) out at 2".

The second stamp I used was the "I Love You" found on the
There are so many cute images and sayings on that set!

Here is a close up of the stamped images:

I hope you enjoyed my card that I shared with you today!
I will be back next Saturday with another Dr. Phil Scraps project to show you.

I hope you have a fabulous crafty day!
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*I created this project while on the Dr. Phil Scraps Design Team*

Supplies:
Cricut Cartridge: Cricut Essentials
Card Sotck: Real Red (SU!), White (Georgia Pacific)
Patterned Paper: DCWV
Ink: Real Ed (SU!)
Die: Large Classic Scallop Circles (Spellbinders)
Misc.: Ribbon, Button, Twine (Trendy Twine), Foam Adhesive, Pearls (Recollections), White Gel Pen (Marvy)

3 comments:

  1. Stacey, this is so pretty!! I love the paper and your design!

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  2. This is really pretty! I love the paper you have used.

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