Thursday, February 2, 2012

Love Love Love

Well, I really wasn't kidding when I said that the ideas kept on rollin' in!
I have a couple of days left worth of cards to share with you. :)

This one, I think, is my favourite so far.  Mostly because of the font on that love stamp,!!

The stamp is from a tiny Ali Edwards Technique Tuesday set.
It is super cute, the whole set is really.

What I think is funny about all these ideas is that I rarely make Valentine's cards. Of course my hubby gets one but that is usually the only one I make.

I guess I will share one more with you so it's not too many posts in a row of lovey dovey cards.

My next card was greatly inspired by this pic I found, again, on Pinterest.
PTI's Love Lives Here anyone?

I thought so!!

The only thing I'm not crazy about on this one, is the mirrored die cut hand.
When you flip it around, you just don't get the same look. Oh well!
I suppose this one could be a wedding, anniversary or Valentine's day card.

Thanks so much for stopping by!
Oh and Happy Groundhog Day!


  1. That sentiment does rock and is perfect with that sweet little felt embelli. I know what you mean about flipping die cuts but it's such a cool layout. Love the gingham hearts!

  2. How cute is that first card, with the felt circle and teeny button!

  3. both cards are great. Love the first one very much.

  4. That picture from Pinterest was made for the PTI set!!! I run a large ball ended embossing tool around the edge when flipping a die's never going to look the same but makes a bit of difference, mine is about 6mm across and is meant for parchment craft.
    Oh and love the first card...yep that font is awesome.
    Jenny x

  5. Gorgeous cards Kasia! I adore the LOVE senitment background with the felt heart, It's perfect!

  6. Your valentine cards are so cute. I love the punched heart in the circle. I am itching to get back in the craft room and create. You have inspired me!

  7. I agree, the LOVE font is awesome! As is the card. While I see what you mean about the flipped die cut, the finished card is totally worth it. (I wonder about doing negative cuts in the black, maybe?)

  8. These are so fun Kasia! CAS fabulousness!


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