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Two Valentine Hearts...

Today’s card is pretty CAS.  I played along with the  Sunday Stamps sketch and the Paper Players valentine theme. 

I started by die cutting two sketchy hearts – one in blushing bride cardstock and one in blushing bride glimmer paper. This glimmer paper is beautiful but I am never excited by all the glitter everywhere! ss pp 1 (542x640)

I die cut a curve on some white cardstock and added the sentiment. I adhered everything straight to the card base and was done! ss pp 2 (640x407)

Thanks for stopping by today! Be sure to pop by tomorrow!

Supplies: CS: PTI white. SU! blushing bride and blushing bride glimmer paper. Other: SSS sketchy heart die and curved edge die. PTI linen impression plate. SU! filled with love stamps.


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Wow..I just love this! A perfect CAS Valentine! So elegant. Thanks for joining us at The Paper Players!

Annette Elliott

What a clean and crisp Valentine creation! Love it! Thanks so much for playing at Sunday Stamps! this week! :)


Such beautiful simplicity, great job!

Thanks for playing along with us at Sunday Stamps!

Leena @ A La Cards

What a fabulous CAS card Jane! I love those die-cut hearts and the touch of bling from the glimmer paper. Thanks for joining us at Sunday Stamps this week...hope we see you again soon!


You used this die-cut beautifully. The matte and glitter versions go together like PB & J. So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week

Claire Broadwater

jane, this is just perfect for our sketch! I love those hearts! So happy you joined us at Sunday Stamps! XX

Shannon Jaramillo

Wow, I LOVE the simple curve, it really helps those hearts shine!! And the glittery heart is so pretty, I think t might just be worth the mess! :) Love your card!! Thanks for playing along with the Sunday Stamps challenge!

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