When creating a card, I usually start with a plain card base and add all the embellishments on top. For today’s project, I’ll show you a fun way to make the plain card the superstar with a simple die set.
Sometimes, for Valentine’s Day, a blank note card is all you need to write to that special someone. In this case, the front of the card should be able to stand alone and really make a statement. For today’s project, I’m using the Folk Heart die from DoCrafts to create a lovely, layered greeting.
Valentine’s Day is for couples to show their love and sometimes even an engagement ring. I created this project today using the Sizzix Sparkle die and stamp set from Jen Long. It has a modern style heart with lots of sparkly additions.
If you have a lot of Valentine’s Day cards to send out, a scrapbook kit is a great way to put some together quickly. Plus, you can use the leftovers for scrapbooking your fun memories of the day!
Food puns and Valentine’s Day cards go hand in hand in my opinion. This cute sushi-themed stamp set from Sizzix called Sushi Roll is no exception.
Die sets with various sizes of the same shape are great basics to have on hand. You have all kinds of options when you need that perfect sized circle or square or when you want to do precise layering on projects. I especially like when these types of sets have little fun details like stitching, or fun edges. For today’s project, I will be using the Framelits Dotted Tag set from Stephanie Barnard/Sizzix in a few different ways.
Bright and bold Valentines can really make a statement. For today’s project, I’m using a fun stamp and die set from Sizzix called Love In Lights to create two different Valentines.