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How You Bean? Valentine

Hi everyone! With Valentine's Day quickly approaching, I've been having fun creating love themed cards. Today, I'm sharing a sweet Valentine's card using all Lawn Fawn. I just love mixing sets to create fun and whimsical scenes, so I had so much fun with this one!





To begin, I cut a piece of Bristol smooth cardstock to 4 1/4 X 5 1/2" for my background. I ink blended it with Worn Lipstick and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide Ink Pads. I splattered some clean water and some loosened Worn Lipstick with a paintbrush, and set aside to dry.

Next, I cut some white cardstock using the Foursquare Backdrop Die. Using foam tape , I attached the backdrop to my ink blended background, then adhered that to an A2 card base.


I then stamped all the images using black Memento ink from the following sets:

How You Bean? Stamp Set (jar and lid)/ Dies
How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On (conversation hearts, sentiment)/ Dies
Love Poems Stamp Set (mouse with sign)/ Dies
You're Just My Type Stamp Set (sitting mouse, Love You sentiment)/ Dies
Llama Tell You Stamp Set (speech bubble)/ Dies

All images were then colored with Copic markers.
Mice: W0, W1, W2, W4, R20, R00
Jar: B000, N0, N2, N4, N6
Hearts: G000, G00, G02(green heart), Y00, Y02, Y13(yellow heart), B000, B00, B02(blue heart), RV10, RV13, RV21(pink heart), YR000, YR00, YR02(orange heart)

I added white highlights to my colored images with a white gel pen, and cut put with the coordinating dies.



Next, I arranged my colored images onto my card, and attached with 3D foam squares for dimension.

Finally, to complete my card, I stamped the sentiment from the How You Bean? Conversation Heart add-on onto a strip of Black Licorice cardstock with an Embossing Ink Pad and heat embossed with White Embossing Powder.

Thanks so much for stopping by today, friends! Have a great day!

XO, 
Tammy




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