Pretty Hearts Card Made Easy …

Hello Stampin’ Friends ~

Can you believe it’s the last day of January!? Well … Let’s Celebrate that!  And we’ll start by saying “Thank You” to the ladies who participated in my crazy puzzle challenge; Cindy and Pam … You Did Good and I hope you had fun. Watch your mail boxes (wink, wink) because I have a cute card and a little gift coming your way.

Speaking of cards, yesterday I shared the exciting news about the Coordination Product release so today I’d like to share one of the products that will be released in just a few days …

Let me introduce you to the “Pleased As Punch” Designer Series paper that coordinates with 4 products in the Mini Catalog. I choose the hearts in honor of the upcoming Valentine Day holiday.  I picked the hearts with the flower pattern on them and you can see that I decked them out with the “Share What You Love” pearls. And just so you know, the pretty gingham back ground paper … is the flip side to the hearts!

I used the scallop punch to add a black mat behind my “pink” heart creating the focal point. I grabbed my January 2020 Paper Pumpkin and used the “coordinating” stamp to add my greeting directly onto my heart punched from the “Pleased As Punch” Designer Series paper.  The cute little flower sequins are also from the paper pumpkin … it added the perfect touch to complete my card.

Do you notice a “theme” going on here … your right, the magic word is coordination.  The new designer paper coordinates with the Heart Punch pack and the Jan. Paper Pumpkin kit.  I love that this just really stretches out your dollars spent on crafting.

Thanks so much for stopping in on your Friday to visit with me. Hope you enjoyed the “sneak peek” into the “Pleased As Punch” Designer Series paper.  Click on the links below for more information on those products.

Have a wonderful weekend ~

TODAY’S STAMPING SUPPLY LIST …

 

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  1. Pingback: Pleased As Punch “Fun Fold” Card … | Linda's Stampin' Escape

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