Happy Valentines Day!

Hi Stamping Friends! Wishing you the happiest of Valentines day and I hope your day has been spent with folks you love.

As a cardmaker, there are a few holidays that are like our “Olympics” and Valentines is definitely one of them. I feel like I’ve been making V-day cards for a month. I’m not complaining though. I LOVE all-things hearts, and Stampin’ Up! has amazing products in this category. One of my favorites is the Heartfelt Bundle from the Annual Catalog. Our Heart punches are the Best:

Heartfelt Bundle

I also love love love the new Lots of Heart Bundle from the Jan-Jun Mini Catalog AND the “Love You Always Suite Collection” which is a double suite featuring two bundles: Forever & Always and Always in My Heart. As I’m cleaning up my workspace this week I might make some non-Valentine cards with the Lots of Heart Bundle. The sayings are really non-Valentine. Be on the lookout for future posts!

Here is a Valentine I made for my husband:

I used the Forever & Always bundle, the heart strip is from the Floral Heart Dies of that suite, the punch is from the Heart Punch pack, and the little snail is from last month’s Paper Pumpkin. Phew! So many great products–I couldn’t choose, so used them all.

Happy Stampin! Kelly

Published by Kelly@TLNS

I am a Stampin' Up! Demonstrator who loves to stamp and loves to spread joy through my craft. Come stamp with me!

One thought on “Happy Valentines Day!

  1. Happy Valentine’s Day Kelly. I enjoy your posts & have to put together an order in the next couple days.

    Tina

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