Wednesday, January 24, 2018

Happy Wishes for Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day!  To me that means Spring is coming.  About this time of year I keep watch for the tiny green shoots that mean the crocus are going to bloom!  But, I'm getting a bit ahead of myself.  Today I'm sharing a Valentine's card with a gorgeous Sale-a-bration set, Happy Wishes, that you can only get for free with purchase*.

The main "happy" image is inked up with two colors for an ombre effect.  I used Berry Burst on the flowers and a little into the letters, Fresh Fig was used at the top, making sure to overlap the Berry Burst a bit so there was full ink coverage.  It was stamped onto Whisper White card stock.  I used the largest heart die from Sweet and Sassy Framelits to cut the heart.

Since there are no Valentine's Day greetings in the Happy Wishes I pulled out a favorite standby for greetings, Teeny Tiny Wishes. I simply omitted the "happy" part of the greeting which is stamped with Fresh Fig ink and cut using the small label in Bunch of Banners Framelits.  There are so many little greetings in Teeny Tiny Wishes that you could use. The little greeting is popped up using  Mini Stampin' Dimensionals. The larger heart is popped up using the regular sized Stampin' Dimensionals.

For layering I used Powder Pink Card Stock embossed with the Sweetheart Embossing Folder. That is layered onto a Fresh Fig Card Stock panel. The base layer is Whisper White Thick.  I added a few Basic Pearl Jewels.

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*It's Sale-a-bration time. You get to choose free product for every $50 in Stampin' Up! product you order.  The set I used is a double set and has beautiful images and greetings.  This particular set requires a $100 purchase to get it free.
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