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I Love You With All My Heart

Happy Tuesday crafty friends! Danielle here up on the blog showing you a card perfect for your special someone this Valentine's Day!

I adore this cute Little Bear Agenda stamp from Mama Elephant and knew they would be perfect for this card.

To start off my design, I ink blended a panel using Distress Ink Oxides in Spun Sugar, Dried Marigold, Squeezed Lemonade, Mowed Lawn, Tumbled Glass, and Dusty Concord.  I ink blended them on a diagonal is a rainbow pattern.  I then used the Mama Elephant Circular Grid Die and ran the die and panel through my die cutting machine.  I adhered a piece of glitter cardstock to the base of my card and adhered my die cut ink blended panel using foam adhesive on top.  I colored 12 bears from the set using various colored copic markers along with the Little Bear Agenda Die. I randomly adhered my little bears in the circles using foam adhesive.  For extra detail and dimension, I used Nuvo Crystal Glaze on the hearts.

For the sentiments, I used Everyday Sentiment Banners Lawn Cuts ( *Enabler Alert* which by the way is on SALE this week in the shop at an amazing price!! So I suggest you go and grab it before it's gone!! ) I then used VersaMark Embossing Pad and heat embossed with Lawn Fawn Gold Embossing Powder.  Using foam tape, I adhered it to the front of my card.

Thank you for stopping by today and I hope you enjoyed this card as much as I do! Have a fabulous week!!

Don't forget to stop by the shop for the HUGE SALE! Over 6,000 items 40% off!! That's right 6,000 items at 40% off!! That's amazing!! So now is the time to  pick up those items you've had your eyes on or for gifts for friends and loved ones!! 


  1. Such an adorable card with wonderful attention to details! Perfect for Valentine's Day!


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