Sealed with Love

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Today I want to share with you a card I created using the “Sending Love Suite”. Valentine’s Day is such a sweet holiday … whether is to your soul mate or a grandchild with the bold designs and traditional colors in this product suite it’s easy to send your love.

For today’s card I’m using the “Sealed with Love” bundle which includes the Sealed with Love stamp set, Love Notes Framelits Dies, and the awesome stamp set … Suite Sentiments. You’ve seen this stamp set before on my Friend Card.

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I began by using the cool edge die that created this beautiful line of hearts.  It’s really easy, just line it up to the edge of the card and run it through the BigShot. I pulled up the inside of the hearts for a dramatic look and added texture.

I chose the designer paper with the pattern I thought looked a bit like stamps because I wanted to use the greeting from the Suite Sentiments stamp set … “Love is in the Air Mail”.  I just thought that was so cute!

The greeting was cut out and matted with the squares from the Stitched Framelit Dies … Good news, they will be available soon … I will keep you posted.

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If you look closely, you will see the “lips” on the envelope … I didn’t get a shot of the inside but it is stamped with the verse “Sealed with a Kiss” and the lips … too cute! So many great greetings / verses in the Sealed with Love stamp set.

Hope you enjoyed, it was a big hit in my January Stamp Clubs. It was easy to create yet very dramatic.

Thanks for taking time out of your day to visit with me… hope yours is a good one.

Take care ~

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