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The card above with a pink border was one I made. It incorporates a wavy background from another friend (Margaret Donnelly) who gave me permission to include it in Round One of the swap with Debbie.
Valentine's Day cards can be as fun as you make them, so why not add a 3-D quality?
I have always adored Magic Stamp from Clearsnap. These humble, inexpensive foam blocks never cease to amaze me.
I whipped up a batch of postcards, using the stamps from the set on the address side and pulling together torn and die cut paper collages for the other side.
I’m all about ovals these days! They’re such a pleasing shape. When Els van de Burgt designed a series of oval dies I just had to have all of them.
I love everything about Valentine’s Day. As I always say, what could be wrong with a holiday that’s all about cards and candy and hugs!
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Roses are red, violets are blue, sugar is sweet... and yes we'd probably put them all in a scrapbook to show how much we love you! The season of love is upon us as February 14th grows closer and closer. Time to dig out those pink and red papers, the hearts and flowers, and show that special someone how much you love them with a handmade greeting card, layout or project.
Crafting by Stefanie Girard __________________________________
Clean (new) pizza boxes make great flat surfaces to decorate and are just right as gift boxes when filled with almost flat goodies like books, T-shirts, candy bars, and such.
Artered Art _____________________________________________
Valentine’s Day is one of my favorite holidays to make cards because there are no rules! You can choose traditional images and colors such as red and black or shake things up with a modern color scheme of pink, brown, and even blue. For my trio of cards I wanted to use one stamp set and scraps of cardstock to keep them simple and affordable.
This article contains projects for paper crafters of all levels.
These projects are for beginner to intermediate scrapbookers.
Nothing beats spending time sitting by the fireplace all cozy and warm, nowhere to go, a coloring book and a big jar of pencils at hand, followed by a foray into folding (origami is such fun), followed by the lazy perusal of project books to trigger all sorts of ideas and plans; followed by a small mountain of chocolate chip cookies.
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