Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Oh! How I Love You, Won't You Be Mine?

Hello and welcome to the Blank Page Muse Blog! I know it is only January but it is time to get started on  those Valentine projects that you have been waiting to do until after the holidays.

I wanted to create a card for my hubby as this year we will celebrate 33 years of marriage, I can't believe we have been together that long!



Supplies -
Blank Page Muse Stamps used -
     Script stamp from Correspondence sheet by Katy Leitch
     Hearty Doodles by Katie Lamb
     Romance Classic Couples
Pink and white cardstock
Blank white card and envelope
Heart patterned paper
Ribbon
Love die cuts
Adhesive, foam and double stick tape
Gold embossing powder
Versamark ink
Heat tool


With the  Versamark ink, stamp the Romance Classic Couples  onto white cardstock, the  Script stamp around the edges of the pink cardstock and the medium heart from the Hearty Doodles onto the left-hand corner of the envelope. Sprinkle the still wet stamped images with gold embossing powder, shake off excess and heat emboss.






Layer your papers as shown. Place your ribbon at the bottom of the card and secure the ends at the back of the card.


Die cut up to 5 love words. Glue each one together. This will add dimension. Adhere to the card.




 Attach the gold embossed couple to the card with foam tape.


Assemble the card as shown.


Stamp and gold emboss a small heart on the upper left of the card.




What a romantic card!
 Hope you enjoyed this card and watch for more Blank Page Muse designs soon.

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3 comments:

  1. What a beautiful card!

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  2. Love your romantic Valentine card, so much texture and color and vintage flair. Such creativity and fun stamping! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I love how you embossed and layered your papers and image! So pretty Kelly! ❤️❤️😍😍

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