Valentines Day is around the corner? If you've been a follower you know I love to do a Valentines Card blitz for Russ every year. Last night love was in the air down in my stamp room and I created a blitz of Valentines Day cards. I like to start my blitz on February 1st and each day I put a card in a crazy place for him to find. I write my sweet nothings in them or put an occasional coupon in it, hee hee! He enjoys them and believe it or not he actually keeps these crazy cards on his night stand for the entire year. I know because I dust around them every
Over the next few days I'm going to share the start of my blitz. I'm going to try and start working on a few kid Valentine projects this weekend, too. It's always best to come up with these things early. Not that I am one to talk about being on time. I am just now getting my Christmas cards out. I like to spread the Christmas cheer a little longer than others.
This card uses a fun stamp set called P.S. I love You. Love the name, Love the set. This set has 15 stamps in it. You can get the clear set for just $27.95! Heck of a deal if you ask me. Besides, who can put a price tag on something when you are making it for your lover? Check it out:
Anyways, I started this card with a Very Vanilla card base. I then adhered the First Edition DSP to the front of the card and used my snazzy Edgelits Die and cut the bottom. Then I added a piece of Cherry Cobbler cardstock to the backside of the front panel and embossed with the Adorning Accents Embossing Folder. WOW! Just a little snazzy texture embossing packs a HARD punch on this card. I love it.
I cut my cool hearts using the Hearts Collection Framelits Die. LOVE it. I did a little sewing down the middle on two of the hearts. I liked how that turned out. Lastly I added my Cherry Cobbler buttons and a little Blushing Bride Smooch Spray. WOW, love that spray. It's beautiful.
Even though it had a little sewing machine action on the card it was still pretty simple. Wanna know my FAVORITE thing about this stamp set? The fonts! You will love the fonts of the sentiments. No worries, I pushed the limits on this set last night. More ideas coming your way with this set.