Do you send Valentine’s cards for your friends and loved ones? if you do, then this post is perfect for you! As I will show you how to make three easy Valentine’s cards that look amazing.
Three Valentine’s cards using From my Heart suite from Stampin’ Up
As I mentioned above, today’s post is to share three easy to make Valentine’s cards, and for these cards I have used the “From my Heart” suite from Stampin’ Up!
This suite is from the Spring Catalog and is filled with lots of products that are perfect for your Valentine’s cards. The “From my Heart” Designer Series Paper a.k.a. DSP or patterned paper is covered in foiled images that will surely help enhance all your projects!
The main colors on this DSP is Flirty Flamingo, Real Red and Whisper White, which go really well with all other products on this collection.
As usual, this suite has a coordinating bundle. This is the Heartfelt Bundle, which consists of one stamp set and two punches that make coordinating hearts! how cute is that?
In addition to these products, this suite also has heart doilies that are super cute! and they look so great when paired with the hear punches included in the heartfelt bundle!
Finally, this suite has as well a real red double stitched satin ribbon that coordinates really well with the DSP.
Over all all the products on this suite coordinate beautifully and they will sure help you create easy and quick Valentine’s cards!
Valentine’s Card #1
I then added a focal point using a piece of whisper white and basic black and then added a heart doily and a set of coordinating hearts.
Please note that the whisper white heart was stamped with real read for the border and flirty flamingo for the sentiment.
Additionally, I wanted an extra sentiment, so I added a banner with the sentiment stamped in basic black.
To make this card pop up a bit more, I added two heart epoxy droplets that I colored using the dark cherry cobbler stampin’ blend a.k.a. alcohol marker. And finally I glue a bow made with the real red double stitched ribbon.
Valentine’s Card #2
I then added the ribbon in a zigzag pattern and then glue the heart doily on top of the ribbon.
Same as before, I made a coordinating heart using real red and the DSP to go on top of the doily, as well as a sentiment in real read and stamped in basic black.
And to finish this card I added a heart epoxy droplet that I had previously colored with dark cherry cobbler stampin’ blend.
Valentine’s Card #3
Now I recommend you watch the video tutorial below to see exactly how this card was put together, I promise you, it is super easy to make!
The full video is about 37 min long as I show how to make all three cards on this video, but if you are only interested in seeing how to make this one, go to minute 25 on the video, as at this point is where I go over the instructions of this particular Valentine’s card!
Video Tutorial to learn step-by-step how to make these Valentine’s Cards very easy!
And as usual, here is the video tutorial where I show you how to make these Three cute Valentine’s cards.
The Supply List for these Valentine’s Cards
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