Valentine's Day

Quartz Technique Heart for Valentine's Day

Quartz HeartHappy Valentine's Day!

This card was made using the Quartz Technique.


Happy Stampin'!

Love You Bunches Paper Towel Background-Valentine's Day Card

Paper Towel Background Love You Bunches

This card was made using the Wrapped Bouquet Bundle found in the Jan-June Mini Catalog from Stampin' Up!

It is one of the cards found in my February Newsletter and features the Paper Towel Background Technique.

If you'd like to learn more about this card, please add your name to my mailing list anytime in February 2021.

Included in the newsletter is a video tutorial on how this card was created.

This video is exclusive to those on my mailing list with a link to the video included in the newsletter.

The Sign Up Box is located in the upper right hand corner of this page.




Happy Stampin'!

Woodland Wonder Valentine's Day Card

Ryans Valentines Day Card closedWoodland Wonder Valentine's Day Card closed

Ryans Valentines Day Card openWoodland Wonder Valentine's Day Card opened

One of the nice things about having grandchildren is looking through the Stampin' Up! catalogs and contemplating stamp sets that I would have barely noticed before.

That was certainly the case with the Woodland Wonder stamp set found in the Jan-June Mini Catalog. 

I would have said to myself, "that is really cute, but what would I use it for?"

Now that we have grandchildren, I look at stamp sets like this with fresh eyes.

I immediately knew I had to have this set!

Perfect for our animal-loving grandchildren!

I used it to create a Valentine's Day card for our 1 1/2- year-old grandson, Ryan.

It took a little time, but all in all, it came together pretty easily.

Here's how:

  1. Start with a 4"  x 11" piece of Whisper/Basic White card stock, scored at 5 1/2" and 8 1/4".  It'll be easier to stamp if you don't fold it along the scorelines yet. 
  2. You will build your tree using the different images of the stamp set.  You can certainly stamp free hand (the stamp set is photopolymer, so it is relatively easy to line up the images), but using a Stamparatus is a big help, especially if you need to ink and stamp multiple times to get dark color.
  3. I started with the base of the tree image.  Using the Stamparatus, I stamped it on the bottom of my card front using Early Espresso ink.
  4.  I kept the stamp on the Stamparatus plate but moved the plate up one notch so the bottom of the stamp would line up with what was already stamped.  The trick here is to ink just the tree trunk and not the grass.  If it helps, place a piece of scotch tape over the grass, ink up the stamp, REMOVE the tape, and then stamp.  Repeat if needed to get a dark stamped image. 
  5. Remove stamp and replace it with all the cute animal images, lining it up with what has already been stamped.  Stamp using Early Espresso ink.
  6. Remove stamp and replace it with the image of the top of the tree, lining it up with what has already been stamped.  Stamp using Early Espresso ink.
  7. Color image using Stampin' Blends, Stampin' Write Markers or watercolor pencils.  I used a variety of each.  Remember, when using Stampin' Blends, the color will bleed into the back of the card stock.  I did not want that to show through onto the bottom panel's back side, so I used Stampin' Write Markers to color the bottom part of the tree trunk and grass.  It was not a concern for the rest of the images, as I knew they would be backed by the Real Red card base. 
  8.  Stamp the rabbit, banner, greeting, butterfly, music notes, and clouds. I used the Stamparatus for the rabbit, banner and greeting.  The other images were stamped free hand. Stamp the string for the balloon using the Stamparatus.  I used Stampin' Write Markers to ink just the string and bow as I did not want the balloon to be part of the design.
  9. I stamped the Valentine's Day greeting using the retired stamp Teeny Tiny Wishes.  This was stamped free hand as the stamp is on a woodblock. 
  10. Punch hearts using a small punch out of Real Red and Flirty Flamingo card stock.  Attach to the top of the string images using Mini Dimensionals to pop them up.
  11. Fold card along the score lines, bringing up the bottom panel to meet the card's top part. 
  12. Attach a piece of ribbon to the back of the card front, bringing the ends to the front.  Attach the card front to Real Red card base.  Tie a bow on the ribbon to keep the card closed.
Happy Stampin'!

Pocketful of Hearts Valentine's Day Card

Madysens Valentines Day Card

I made this sweet Pocketful of Hearts Valentine's Day card for our 4-year-old granddaughter, Madysen.

I cut the pocket out of Berry Delightful Designer Series Paper (part of the Berry Delightful Bundle, a Sale-A-Bration choice available through the end of February) using the Stampin' Cut and Emboss Machine and the retired Pocket die.

The leaves and stems were cut out of Old Olive and Soft Sea Foam card stock using the Stampin' Cut & Emboss Machine and Wrapped Flowers Dies.

I used a small heart punch to create the heart "flowers." 

They were punched out of Real Red and Flirty Flamingo card stock, and the Rococco Rose design found in Oh So Ombre Designer Series Paper (another Sale-A-Bration choice).

I added a small strip of Real Red card stock to finish off the top of the pocket, plus added some enamel shapes dies from my stash.

The greeting is from the retired Teeny Tiny Wishes.

This card just makes me smile, and I hope Miss Madysen will like it!


Sale-A-Bration Choices:

Happy Stampin'!

February Fresh Ideas-Triple Easel Cards

Triple Easel Cards are easy to create!

I made these two for our grandchildren for Valentine's Day.

The Triple Easel pattern can be changed for any occasion.

The possibilities are endless!

Triple Easel Cards finalPeaceful Poppies Triple Easel Valentine's Day card for our three year-old granddaughter Madysen.

Triple easel cardsDino Days Triple Easel Valentine's Day card for our six-month old grandson Ryan.

Want to learn more?

My February Fresh Card Making tutorial will feature the Triple Easel Technique using the Peaceful Poppies and Dinoroar Bundles.

This tutorial will hit e mail inboxes at 9:00 am (MST) on February 18, 2020.

Please add your name to my mailing list anytime in February 2020 to receive this tutorial complete with photos and  step-by-step instructions.

To sign up, please use the Sign Up Box located in the upper right hand corner of this page.

Once the sign up process has been completed, you'll receive my Adhesives 101 tutorial via email in pdf format as my gift to you.

I hope to hear from you!


Peaceful Poppies Bundle

Peaceful Poppies Suite Bundle

Dinoroar Bundle

Dinoroar bundle


Happy Stampin'!

Gears Valentine's Day Card

Gears Valentine

Happy Valentine's Day!

I made this quick and easy card for my husband for Valentine's Day.

I cut the gears out of Copper Foil Paper using my Big Shot and Gears Dies. 

I attached it to a piece of Copper Foil Paper using Tombow Mutli-purpose Glue. Then, I cut out a heart using my Big Shot and Hearts Die.

I used the next larger heart to cut out a heart out of Basic Black card stock, then embossed it using the Corrugated Embossing Folder.

The greeting is from an older Paper Pumpkin kit, Filled with Love.

I heat embossed it on the Copper Foil Paper card front using black embossing powder.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Filled with Love

Ink: Versamark

Paper: Basic Black, Copper Foil Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Gears and Hearts Dies, Corrugated Embossing Folder, Embossing Buddy, heat tool, black embossing powder, Dimensionals, Tombow Multi-purpose Glue

Happy Stampin'!

Very Versailles Valentine's Day Cards

This is my second posting sharing Valentine's Day cards I have made for customers and friends.

Again, I am using stamp sets in my collection that aren't necessarily Valentine's Day themed.  But with the right colors and sentiment, they could easily be sent to special people in your life.

For these cards, I used the stamp set Very Versailles.

Daisy Very VersaillesDaisy Very Versailles

I stamped the script image from Very Versailles using Rococo Rose ink on scrap Whisper White card stock.  Then,  I punched out 4 flowers using the Daisy Punch.

The leaves image was stamped on the Whisper White matting using Rococo Rose ink.  And, it was stamped on the Petal Pink card front using Petal Pink ink.  I then ran it through the Big Shot, embossing it with the Subtle embossing folder.

The greeting is from Filled with Love, an old Paper Pumpkin Kit.  I used the Stamparatus to get a good stamped image.



Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Very Versailles, Filled with  Love (Paper Pumpkin)

Ink: Rococo Rose, Petal Pink

Dark Petal Pink Stampin' Blend

Paper: Petal Pink, Whisper White

Accessories: Daisy Punch,  Big Shot, Subtle Embossing Folder, Clear and Frosted Epoxy Droplets, sponge, Dimensionals, sponge, Stamparatus


HeartsVery Versailles Hearts

This card actually has hearts!

I stamped the script image from Very Versailles using Memento Black ink on scrap Flirty Flamingo card stock. 

Then, I punched out hearts using my retired Heart Punch.  I used Mini Dimensionals to pop them up on the Basic Black card front.

(For current product, you could use the Heart Punch Pack found in the Jan-June 2020 Mini Catalog.  #151292, $34.00)

I stamped the strip of brocade images at the top of the Petal Pink matting, using my Stamparatus for perfect alignment.

The ribbon placed over the brocade is Petal Pink 5/8" Organdy Striped Ribbon.

The pearls were colored with a Flirty Flamingo Stampin' Blend.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Very Versailles, Filled with Love (Paper Pumpkin)

Ink: Memento Black

Paper: Flirty Flamingo, Petal Pink, Basic Black

Accessories: Heart Punch, Petal Pink 5/8" Organdy Striped Ribbon, pearls, Flirty Flamingo Stampin' Blend, Stamparatus, Mini Dimensionals


Very Versailles CollageVery Versailles Collage

For the last card, I paired Very Versailles with a butterfly from Butterfly Gala. 

The scrolls at the top and bottom of the card front were cut out using the Big Shot and Painted Labels Dies.  These are the dies that come in the Painted Poppies Bundle.

The ribbon is some more retired product from my stash.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Very Versailles, Butterfly Gala, Filled with Love (Paper Pumpkin)

Ink: Memento Black

Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black

Accessories: Big Shot, Painted Labels and Layering Oval Dies, Butterfly Duo Punch, Mini Dimensionals, ribbon out of my stash

Be sure to check out my other Valentine's Day cards found on my Valentine's Day Page HERE


Very Versailles

Very Versailles


Happy Stampin'!

Painted Poppies Valentine's Day Card

Over the next few days, I'll be sharing some Valentine's Day cards I created to send out to customers and friends. 

I used stamps in my collection that aren't necessarily Valentine's Day themed, but with the right colors and greeting, they lend themselves to cards that can be sent to the special people in your life.

For the first two, I used the stamp set Painted Poppies.  I stamped them onto Whisper White card bases using Memento Black ink, then colored in the image using a variety of Blends.

The greeting is from Honey Bee.  I used the Stamparatus to get good stamped images.

The pearls were colored with a Lovely Lipstick Blend.

The black and silver cording is retired, but any ribbon could be substituted.

Field of Painted PoppiesField of Poppies


Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Painted Poppies, Honey Bee

Ink: Memento Black

Light Cherry Cobbler, Light and Dark Poppy Parade,  Light and Dark Lovely Lipstick, Light and Dark Flirty Flamingo, Dark Petal Pink, Light and Dark Calypso Coral Stampin'  Blends,

Rich Razzleberry Stampin' Write Marker

Paper: Basic Black, Flirty Flamingo, Whisper White

Accessories: Stamparatus, pearls, black and silver cord from my stash (retired)

Single Poppy Valentine's Day

Single Poppy

The black and white striped DSP is from the Golden Bee collection which is one of the Sale-A-Bration choices.


Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Painted Poppies, Honey Bee

Ink: Memento Black

Light Flirty Flamingo, Dark Lovely Lipstick, Light Daffodil Delight, Light Old Olive Stampin' Blends

Paper: Whisper White, Golden Bee Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Stamparatus, pearls, black and silver cord from my stash (retired)

Be sure to check back for more Valentine's Day card ideas.

They will be included in my Valentine's Day Page HERE

Painted Poppies Bundle

Painted poppies bundle

Stampin' Blends

Stampin Blends

Happy Stampin'!

Paper Pumpkin Be Mine Valetine's Day Cards

Be Mine Valentine Feb 2019

These fun little cards were created using parts of the Be Mine Paper Pumpkin kit for January.

The kit included pouches to put treats in which would be great for kids to bring Valentine's Day cards to their classmates.

But, I wanted cards I could put in the mail.

So I cut down the pouches (the Melon Mambo and white hearts pattern) and used them as card fronts.

The chameleons, kangeroo, Pool Party hearts and circles, plus the Melon Mambo hearts were all pop-outs included in the kit.

The greetings and heart embellishments were also found in the kit.

All I had to do was add the pieces to Lemon Lime Twist or Petal Pink card bases.

So versatile, and this were truly a 5 minute or less project!

Have you checked out My Paper Pumpkin?

With Stampin' Up!'s hassle free monthly crafting subscription, you get a box full of all the supplies needed to create fun cards or 3D projects.

This includes an exclusive stamp set, ink, paper, embellishments, Dimensionals, and or Glue Dots.

There are several subscription choices:

My paper pumpkin

Crafting could not be easier!

Supplies Used:

Be Mine January Paper Pumpkin kit, Lemon Lime and Petal Pink card stock



Happy Stampin'!

Animal Outing Wild About You Valentine's

Wild about you heart
Wild About You Heart

This is the Valentine's Day card I made for our 2 year-old granddaughter. 

She loves zoo animals, but she is especially fond of giraffes.

The giraffe image in the stamp set Animal Outing is perfect for her!

Here's how:

1. The embossed background is made using the Animal Friends Framelits die.  Normally when using this die, you would cut the design from the paper.  To emboss instead, you'll need to use the Big Shot Embossing Mats.

-Emboss the background on a piece of Crumb Cake card stock using this sandwich:  platform on Tab 1, standard cutting pad, blue mat, card stock, framelit placed down, white embossing pad.  You'll need to reposition the framelit three or four times to fully emboss the card front.

2. Cut the center of the card front out using the Big Shot and hearts framelits die or a punch.

3. Place scrap piece of Whisper White card stock into the Stamparatus.  Place the giraffe image rubber side down on the card stock.  Close the hinged plate, picking up the stamp.  Ink with Early Espresso and stamp.  Repeat as needed to get a good stamped image.  Do the same with the leaves/frog image.

4. Color the giraffe using Blender Pens, water color pencils or Stampin' Write Markers.  Do the same for the leaf images.  I used my Stampin' Blends.

5. Cut the giraffe and leaves out using the Big Shot and coordinating Animal Friends Framelits Dies.

6. Cut a background piece slightly smaller than your embossed card front.  For this card, my background came from Tranquil Tide Designer Series Paper.

7. Get an idea for the placement of the giraffe and leaves, leaving room for the greeting.  Once you have a plan, place the background piece in the Stamparatus.  Place the greeting rubber side down on the background.  Close the hinged plate, picking up the stamp.  Ink with Early Espresso and stamp.  Repeat as needed to get a good stamped image.  For this card, I used the greeting from A Little Wild.  Animal Outing has a stamp with the same sentiment, "Wild About You," but it is a little too big for this project.

8.  Cut out a border for the heart by nesting two heart framelits, one larger than the other, on a piece of Early Espresso card stock.  Cut out using the Big Shot.  Attach to card front using a small amount of Tombow Multi-purpose Glue.

9. Attach giraffe and leaves to the inside edge of the heart cut-out using a small amount of SNAIL adhesive.  I trimmed off the frog image.

10. Attach card front to So Saffron card base using Dimensionals around the heart and on the 4 corners to pop it up.

11. Add enamel dots to complete.

Big Shot Embossing Mats:

Your favorite Framelits, Thinlits, and Edgelits dies can do more when paired with the Embossing Mats. Use with dies that have decorative ejection holes for additional embossing. Or use with cutting dies to emboss instead of cut. Includes Impressions Pad, thin silicone rubber mat, and thick silicone rubber mat.

Big Shot Embossing Mats

Animal Outing Bundle

Animal outing bundle

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Animal Outing and A Little Wild

Ink: Early Espresso, Stampin' Blends

Paper: So Saffron, Crumb Cake, Early Espresso, Whisper White, Tranquil Tide Designer Series Paper

Accessories: Big Shot, Big Shot Embossing Mats, Hearts and Animal Friends Framelits Dies, Stamparatus, Tombow Multi-Purpose Glue, Dimensionals, Enamel Dots

Happy Stampin'!

Paper Towel Background Trio of Hearts

Paper towel hearts
Paper Towel Background Trio of Hearts

Here's another card created using a paper towel that I had used for cleaning stamps, ink pads, and fingers.

You can see my Flowering Desert Paper Towel Background card HERE

This paper towel had Real Red, Powder Pink, Pineapple Punch, and a little Pacific Point and black on it.

I selectively chose what parts of the towel I would use for my trio of hearts.

Wood words paper towel hearts

I applied glue from a glue stick to a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock.

I then placed the paper towel onto the card stock.

Then, it was easy to cut out the hearts using my Big Shot and Hearts Framelits Dies.

The Basic Gray background was embossed using the Big Shot and Swirls and Curls Embossing Folder.

The greeting is from Wood Words, stamped in Basic Gray on the Blushing Bride card base using the Stamparatus.

The hearts were popped up using Dimensionals.

Easy, easy!

Supplies Used:

Stamp Set: Wood Words

Ink: Basic Gray

Paper: Blushing Bride, Basic Gray, scrap Whisper White

Accessories: paper towel, Big Shot, Swirls and Curls embossing folder, Hearts Framelits Dies, Stamparatus, glue stick, Dimensionals

Happy Stampin'!

Sheet Music and Embossing Paste Hearts for Valentine's Day

Embossing Paste heart


I needed a quick and easy idea for Valentine's Day cards this year. 

I had my heart punch on my crafting table, left over from the Party Panda card I created HERE, so I thought, why not combine it with the embossing paste found in the Stampin' Up! Annual Catalog.

The embossing paste is so cool, and the supplies are endless!

Here's how:

Start by making a heart stencil.  I punched a heart out of scrap Whisper White card stock using my retired Full Heart punch.

If you don't have a heart punch, use the Big Shot, and a heart-shaped framelit die set like Sweet & Sassy.

Stamp the Sheet Music background stamp onto a piece of Smoky Slate card stock using Black Archival ink.

Place the heart stencil over the stamped image, securing it with pieces of washi or painter's tape.

Embossing paste heart stencil

Now to add the embossing paste.

To color it first, scoop out some out onto a silicone craft mat. 

If you don't have a silicone craft mat, use a clear-block or a plastic container lid.

Add a drop or two of color from an ink refill onto the paste and mix using a palette knife.

For this card, I used Berry Burst ink.

Mixing embossing paste

Apply the colored embossing paste onto the stencil, spreading it with a palette knife like you would frost a cake.

Heart with embossing paste

For an added touch of sparkle, I sprinkled some Dazzling Diamonds onto the wet paste.

Embossing paste heart with dazzling details

Set the piece aside to dry completely.  The thicker the paste, the longer it will take to dry.

Be sure to clean your tools with water.  The embossing paste dries quickly and can be hard to remove.

Once dry, remove the stencil.

Embossing Paste heart closeup

Tie a bow out of ribbon or baker's twine and add to the heart using a glue dot.

Attach the card front to a Basic Gray Mat.  Attach to Berry Burst card base.

Stamp greeting from Bloomin' Love using Archival Black ink.

I created three cards using different inks to color the embossing paste:

Rose Red, Melon Mambo, Berry Burst.

The color possibilities are endless!

Embossing Paste trio of hearts
Embossing Paste, $141979, $8.00

Embossing paste

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Sheet Music, Bloomin' Love

Ink: Berry Burst, Rose Red, Melon Mambo, Archival Black

Paper: Berry Burst, Rose Red, Melon Mambo, Basic Gray, Smoky Slate, scrap of Whisper White for stencil

Accessories: Embossing Paste, Palette Knife, Dazzling Details, heart punch, Black Baker's Twine, Glue Dots

Happy Stampin'!

Sponged Sky Party Panda Valentine's Day Card

Party Panda Valentine's

I created this Valentine's Day card for our one-year-old granddaughter using the cute Sale-A-Bration stamp set, Party Pandas.

This set just brings a smile!

I combined it with the easy sponged sky background technique.

Here's how:

To create the sky, I used a scallop circle template that I've had in my crafting stash for years.

I cut a large scallop circle out of light-weight cardboard using the now retired Scallop Circle Bigz Die and the Big Shot.

I also cut out several smaller scallop circles out of the same cardboard using my scallop circle punch.

Then, I attached the smaller circles to the larger circle using scotch tape to hold it all together.

Scallop circle template

As you can tell, this template has been used many times over the years!

To create the sky, simply lay the template onto a piece of card stock, and sponge ink around the scallops.  Move the template around the card stock, sponging on more ink.

When done, remove the template, and you've got a cloudy sky background:

Party Panda Scalloped Sponge sky

For this card, I sponged on Marina Mist and Island Indigo inks on my Whisper White card front. 

Now, it is time to complete the card.

  1. Stamp a panda from Party Pandas onto a scrap piece of Whisper White card stock using Archival Black ink.  Cut the panda out using a pair of scissors.
  2. Punch or die cut hearts out of designer paper.  I used my retired Full Heart punch, but Stampin' Up! has several dies, such as Sweet and Sassy, that can be cut out using the Big Shot.  I punched one heart out of Whole Lot of Lovely DSP, one out of Delightful Daisy DSP, and one out silver glimmer paper.  So soften the glimmer paper, I sponged on some Calypso Coral ink.
  3. Cut 4 clouds out of Vellum card stock using the Big Shot and Up & Away Thinlits Die.
  4. Attach the panda to the card front, using a Mini Dimensional to pop it up.
  5. Attach the 4 die-cut clouds, layering them along the bottom of the card front.  Use a small amount of SNAIL Adhesive along the edge of the card front or where they meet.  Otherwise, the SNAIL will show through the Vellum. Trim any excess vellum from the bottom or sides using scissors or paper trimmer.
  6. Attach a piece of ribbon or baker's twine (Calypso Coral baker's twine for this card) to each balloon using glue dots, leaving enough of a tail to reach the panda's hand.  Tie the end of the balloon strings together in a knot. Attach each of the balloons to the card front using Mini Dimensionals to pop them up.  Place a glue dot behind the Panda's hand.  Bring the knotted string down to the glue dot and secure just above the knot.  Bring the knot to the front, so it looks like the panda is holding the balloons. 
  7. Make bows out of the ribbon or baker's twine and attach to each of the balloons using glue dots.
  8. Stamp greeting from Lift Me Up using Calypso Coral ink.
  9. Attach card front to Basic Black mat.  Attach to Calypso Coral card base.

Too cute!  I think my granddaughter will like her card.

You can get your own Party Panda stamp set by making a $50 purchase during Sale-A-Bration (ends March 31).

Party Pandas stamp setClick HERE to view the other Sale-A-Bration selections.

Be sure to let me know if you have any questions.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Party Pandas, Lift Me Up

Ink: Marina Mist, Island Indigo, Archival Black, Calypso Coral

Paper: Calypso Coral, Basic Black, Whisper White, Vellum, Whole Lot of Lovely, Delightful Daisy Designer Series Paper, silver glimmer paper

Accessories: sky template, sponge, Big Shot, Up & Away Thinlits Dies, heart punch, Calypso Coral Baker's Twine, Mini Dimensionals, Glue Dots



Happy Stampin'!

Matchbook Chocolate Holders for Valentine's Day!

Matchbook Valentines Day Treat

Just in time for Valentine's Day!

Here's a quick and easy gift-giving idea.

Perfect for holding chocolate favors.

I made these to hold Ghiradelli Chocolate Squares, but you could easily change the size to accommodate smaller or larger candies.


Matchbook Chocolate Holder inside
Here's how:

 Start with a piece of card stock measuring 9 1/4" x 3".  Score it at 3/4", 5", and 5 1/4".  Fold along the score lines.  The 3/4" score is the bottom of the matchbook.  Fold it up and staple towards the bottom middle, allowing for the front to slip inside to close.

For these, I used Berry Burst card stock for the bases.  The fronts are covered with a piece of Wood Textures Designer Series Paper cut at 4" x 2 3/4.   The folded up bottom piece measures 4" x 1/2" with the greeting from Teeny Tiny Wishes stamped in Berry Burst ink.

For the hearts, I stamped piece of Whisper White card stock using the Marbled background stamp in Berry Burst ink.  I then heat embossed the piece using a heat tool and clear embossing powder.  I punched out the hearts using my retired heart punch.  Any punch or framelit would work.  The hearts were added to the front of the matchbooks using Mini Dimensionals to pop them up.  Glimmer dots were added to complete.

Marbled Heart closeup

I applied SNAIL Adhesive to the back of each chocolate square, securing them to the inside of the matchbook.

I made these as thank you gifts for attendees at a recent class.

Supplies Used:

Stamp Sets: Teeny Tiny Wishes, Marbled

Ink: Berry Burst

Paper: Berry Burst, Wood Textures Designer Series Paper

Accessories: scoring tool, heat tool, clear embossing powder, heart punch, Ghiradelli Chocolate Squares, mini stapler, Mini Glue Dots, glimmer dots


Happy Stampin'!