Stampin UP Sweet Conversations Valentine 1:1
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Do you do Valentines?

I hear from alot of people that they don’t do valentines. They think valentines are only for kids to exchange at school or only for romantic relationships. This makes me a little sad because Valentines Day is my favorite card making holiday! I love the colors…reds and purples and pinks. I love heart shapes. And I love to tell the people in my life I love them. (I know, that’s alot of love…haha)

Sweet Conversations Valentine

Today I made this adorable valentine using the Stampin’ Up! Sweet Conversations Bundle and Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper from the new mini catalog. Both the stamps and the paper give a modern twist to those cute and not so delicious little conversation hearts.

Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper

The colors and candy themed patterns in the Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper are so vibrant and fun! Perfect for making valentines for kids, family, and friends. And if you need a romantic valentine, there’s a pattern for that too.

Colors: Blushing Bride, Granny Apple Green, Highland Heather, Petal Pink, Pool Party, Real Red, So Saffron

As an added bonus, the heart dies in the Sweet Conversations Bundle cut out the conversation hearts on one of the sheets of designer paper…another example of the product coordination that Stampin’ Up! is so good at!

Stampin Up Sweet Conversations Bundle Valentine 1
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Today’s Card Tutorial

Stampin Up Sweet Conversations Valentine Close Up #1
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Instructions for Today’s Card (supply list at end of post)

  • Attach a 5 1/4″ x 4″  piece of  Real Red cardstock to an A2 cardbase made from Basic White Thick cardstock.
  • Cut two 5″ x 2 1/8″ pieces of coordinating DSP and attach them to the red cardstock.
  • Stamp the “Happy Valentine’s Day” sentiment from the Sweet Conversations stamp set with Real Red ink on a 1/2″ x 5″ strip of Basic White cardstock.
  • Attach the sentiment strip over the seam where the two pieces of DSP meet.
  • Stamp the hearts in Real Red and Highland Heather, crop with the corresponding dies, and attach to card with Stampin’ Seal.

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