It’s Not Just for Birthdays

When Ann and I first saw the Amazing Life stamp set, we thought that it was pretty much for birthdays with a few things thrown in to make the birthday card around a theme – like flowers for spring and 4-leaf clovers for St. Patrick’s Day.

Amazing Life #148750

It’s a Valentine Card Idea!

All of a sudden, we got an idea to use the Amazing Life Bundle for something other than a birthday card. When you add the Stitched Rectangle Framelits to the Amazing Life stamp set, you get a bundle. You can save 10% by buying them together as a bundle.

And this is what we came up with.

Valentine Card Idea

See how we used the Stitched Rectangle Framelits to make a window rather than a block for an image?

And we used the small heart from the Be Mine Stitched Framelits to help hold the card closed.

Valentine Card Idea

Card Making Tips

  • Ann folded the card first.
  • Then she stamped the Crackle.
  • Then she cut out the front with the Stitched Rectangle Framelit.
  • We laid down the Very Vanilla where we wanted it and GASP! Ann marked a little around the opening edges with a pencil. (She usually doesn’t do that.) Not all the way around – just enough to know where it was.
  • Then she stamped and colored with the Stampin’ Blends.
  • The Very Vanilla is a half inch smaller than the folded card base to help the card stay folded better.

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What a great Valentine Card idea!

We read & appreciate your comments! They make great bedtime stories for Ann to read to me!

2 Comments

  1. Do you have a window sheet behind the frame?

    • Nope. Just naked. That’s how the lower heart keeps it closed.

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