Saturday, February 14, 2015

It's Valentines Day!

It's Valentine's Day so I thought I would show you what I came up with for my family this year.  First I'll start with my Paper Pumpkin goodies that I whipped up... 

Aren't these so fun!  When my Paper Pumpkin kit arrives I always open it up and check it out.  I knew when I saw what was in this kit I'd be making it up for the fam.  What I didn't pay attention to was how much was in the kit.  Enough to make 24 of these cute things!  For some reason I thought there were only eight, but boy was I wrong!  My next kit is on the way and I can't wait to see what's in it! If you like to have things ready for you to work on without all the fuss of prepping, then these kits are for you!  Right now Stampin' Up! is running a special during Sale-a-bration...3 months for $54.85.  If you'd like to order click HERE.  You'll be able to order by the month, 3 months, 6 months or a year.  Remember during Sale-a-bration for every $50 you spend you'll get to choose something for free from the Sale-a-bration catalog!

I made this card for one of my daughter's using the DSP Stacked with Love.  I NEVER buy DSP, but this year's occasions catalog has a bunch that I LOVE! :)

Here's another card I made for my younger daughter.  I's dark, but for some reason I really liked it anyway.  Using DSP again for the hearts.

 Now on to the card I made for my son.  Yup, Valentine cards for him are hard.  I checked around for a guy card and found one HERE inspired by Weekend Warrior on Splitcoast Stampers.   I wanted something pretty simple and quick know...he's a guy. lol  Funny thin about this card is that the ink I used is Real Red, but when it's put on Crumb Cake card stock it looks like Cherry Cobbler, so my small heart had to be punched from Cherry Cobbler card stock.

Thanks for looking and Happy Valentine's Day to you!

Supplies used on these cards:

Tags for You (retired set)
small heart punch

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  1. Your Valentines are amazing! I love all of the dsp hearts and the woodgrain card is perfect for a guy!


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