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Earlier this week I posted one of my Valentine Card designs.
That card is somewhat involved and takes a bit of time — not good for people who send out several Valentine’s Day cards.
I promised you an easier design, so here it is.
This one goes super-fast, once the paper is cut.
Since it’s only paper and ink, it’s cheap too.
Send this along with a Valentine package of candy and treats or all on its own.
How To Make This Card
To make this Valentine’s Day card, I used the following supplies:
- Cardstock – Stampin’ Up Chocolate Chip, Pixie Pink and White
- Ink – Stampin’ Up Chocolate Chip and Pixie Pink
- Stamp Sets – All-Year Cheer I and Gentler Times
I tore the brown paper to mat the stamped heart, and distressed the pink paper before attaching it to the brown mat. To make this go even quicker, or for a more formal look, you can skip these steps. To distress the paper, I run scissors up and down the edge of the cardstock until I get the desired look. Just keep your fingers out of the way!
I almost always make my cards with Stampin’ Up products, but you can use this design with other stamps. You only need a heart stamp and a sentiment.
More DIY Valentine Cards
Cardmaking is my jam! I enjoy using rubber stamps and scrapbooking materials to make my own homemade cards. I use Stampin' Up products for a lot of my cards.