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You Make Life Wonderful: Using Fall Stamps to Make a Valentine's Day Card

Hello, BRI friends!  It's Andrea hanging out with you today (Can you believe they let me come back for a visit?!), and I'm sharing a Valentine-themed card using some non-traditional stamps. 

Isn't that squirrel too cute?!  He's from Reverse Confetti's Nuts About You stamp set, and his little bird friend is from RC's Lift Me Up.  I stamped both critters with Versafine Onyx Black Ink and colored them with my Zigs and a waterbrush.  Once they were dry, I cut them out and added some details with a white gel pen.

I just love that gorgeous heart panel!  I die-cut a rectangle of white cardstock with RC's All Heart Cover Panel Confetti Cuts Die and backed it with some pink paper.  I adhered both to a white card and added some of the die-cut hearts back to the panel.  I die-cut a heart from Bristol paper and inked it up with Worn Lipstick distress ink before flicking on some water for interest.

After adhering the heart with foam tape, I added those darling critters on top.  Onto some black cardstock, I stamped a sentiment from RC's You're So with Versamark and white heat-embossed it.  I added that to my card with two layers of foam tape and finished the card with some Pretty Pink Posh Clear Sequins and Glossy Accents.

Have a great weekend!


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