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Nesting Hearts Valentine’s Day Card

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Love might well be in the air, but we’d like to remind everyone that it quite often starts in the craft room. Valentine’s Day cards are bread and butter to the 14th February, and we like to make sure our readers are stacked with options on how to make that loved one feel extra special – luckily Colette Smith has just the thing with this nesting hearts Valentine’s Day card. Utilising precise stamping, blending, and an inspired use of masking paper, this greeting will raise smiles and hearts all while allowing you to flex your love of crafting. Win win!

Nesting Hearts Valentine’s Day Card

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You will need:
Stamps, Altenew Halftone Hearts
Dies, Altenew Halftone Hearts Nesting
Ink pads: Versafine Onyx Black; Ranger Distress Oxide Picked Raspberry, Spun Sugar
Little Things From Lucy’s Cards Crystal Clear Hearts
Pen, Spectrum Noir Crystal Clear Sparkle
Masking paper
Tool, ink blending
Die-cutting machine

1. Die cut a large heart from masking paper. Fix towards the top of white card, 11cm x 14cm. Starting from the top, blend Picked Raspberry distress oxide ink downwards to the halfway point. Blend Spun Sugar distress oxide ink from the halfway point downwards, leaving the bottom lighter.

2. Remove the masking paper heart and stamp a tiny heart in the centre using black ink. Die cut a slightly bigger heart from masking paper. Cover the smaller motif. Stamp a medium-sized heart on top in Picked Raspberry distress oxide ink, then remove the mask.

3. Die cut another heart, slightly bigger than the pink stamp, from masking paper and layer on top. Stamp a larger heart in black ink and remove the mask. Stamp ‘Hugs & kisses’ towards the bottom of the greeting in black ink.

4. Add another sentiment below using black ink. Trim the panel to 10.5cm x 13.5cm. Embellish with clear heart gems. Matt onto a white blank, then add shimmer to the black hearts and sentiment.

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