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Meant To Be Valentine's Day Card

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Hello again! Can you believe that Valentine's Day is only 15 days away??? This year is already flying by with Feb starting tomorrow. Today I have a fun card to give you some crafting ideas. If you saw my blog on Monday them you are probably thinking the backgrounds look the same.....and you would be right! I created this background at the same time as I did that one. Here is the card.....
     I, again, used the same bundle as my other blog post to show you some different ways of using the stamps and dies. This card is a little more simple then Monday's, but just a beautiful. I cut the bottom most layer just a hair smaller then the card base it's self. I also used the ruffled stitched die on the edge of the painted Watercolor paper.

   These backgrounds just shine from the shimmer paint in it. Again, all I did was take a piece of Watercolor paper and put 4 drops of the Frost White Shimmer paint down one side. Then I placed 1 drop of the reinker onto 2 of the paint drops…

Very Simple Vibrant Vases Valentine's Day Card

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Hi all! Stampin' Up! has started a new challenge called #simplestamping where you make a simple card with just stamps, ink, and paper. They just us a new theme each month along with a bonus item we can use. This month's theme was Valentine's Day and the bonus item was a punch. So I decided to the Vibrant Vases stamp set form the Occasions catalog and the Vase Builder punch.
     It was very hard for me to do simple. I usually have several layers and more going on. But I needed this to be nothing like my normal. I used a piece of the Sale-A-Bration Lovely Lipstick Foil as a layer to give some needed color and frame around my sentiment. You can get this Foil for free with any $50 order before tax and shipping.

   Since the theme was Valentine's Day I wanted to use hearts instead of flowers and I remembered the Heart Epoxy Droplets and used my Stampin' Blends to color them. I brings more color onto my card and goes along with my sentiment.

     I kept the inside ju…