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Happy Monday! I hope you all had a fun weekend. It was pretty here in Texas. You would never believe it was below freezing last week. Well, you know what they say, here in Texas if you don’t like the weather just wait a minute. It will change. Hopefully where you live the weather is warmer too.
So, did you do anything crafty this weekend? Here is a Valentine I made with the Jar of Love stamp set by Stampin’ Up! I entered it in the Freshly Made Sketch challenge. Be sure to check the site out and see all the other beautiful cards using this sketch too.
The Jar of Love stamp set is one of the popular stamp sets from Stampin’ Up! And I can why. It is so versatile. I’ve seen everything from simple birthday cards to elaborate snow globe shaker cards made with it.
I made the jars using the large and medium jar stamps on Whisper White card stock and filled them with varying shades of pink hearts. The lids are done in Basic Grey, cut out and raised up with Stampin’ Dimentionals. The large bow is stamped in Sweet Sugarplum and the string bow is stamped in Fresh Fig. The banner is from the Number of Years stamp set and the sentiment is from Teeny Tiny Wishes.
Using the new Simple Stripes embossing folder I ran a piece of Sweet Sugarplum card stock through the big shot . Then I layered a Delicate Whisper White Doily and Silver Foil Doily as a foundation for the Jars of Love.
All the supplies to make this card are in my shop. Just click on the thumbnail of the item you want and it will take you there.
Don’t forget SALE-A-BRATION is going on right now.
The biggest sale of the year. For every $50 you spend you get to pick an item from the SALE-A-BRATION catalog. There are two item you can pick when you spend $100
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