Happy Valentines…

Happy Valentines Day



Mr 17 made this card for his girlfriend (with a little help) and it matches perfectly the Inspired by Stamping Challenge.

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We used PTI Heart Prints stamped in memento tuxedo black and co ordinating die along with SU Good Greetings, Real red ink and real red cardstock all on a pre made base.

Before I go I have a couple of other pics to share.

Ms 10 has 2 parties today. One this morning and a sleep over party that she is at now.

We added these to the girls’ presents.

We used Kaisercraft alphabet die, SU Butterflies thinlits die and PTI Littly lady stamp set for the trail. We also added glossy accents to the letters. The notebooks are from a stationery shop.

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A little decorated gift bag. Some washi tape and flowers made with packaging cut with scallop circle and scrunched up.

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The final pics are thanks to Therese’s post here

I had some quilters template plastic lying around so I made one A6 and one for 12.5 cm x 12.5 cm card.

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Now I should be set.

Thanks for hanging in to the end.



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CASing myself…


Ms 9 had a birthday party last Sunday and as you would guess none of the cards I had on hand were suitable.

She did like a butterfly card I made a little while ago so we used that as a sketch and changed the colours and altered a few things.

Here is the original card

Uniko Butterflies Happy birthday

original post can be found here

And the new one

Uniko Butterflies

I used Uniko English Country Garden – butterflies stamped on to vellum coloured on the reverse with markers and wink of stella on top. Other stamps used were Papersmooches Digits and PTI Little Lady.  I added a little punched vellum butterfly just before the sentiment. I popped the card front up with foam tabs this time and used a scrap of patterned paper along the edge of the card.

I am linking this up to the current challenge at Uniko anything goes

Thanks for taking a peek.