Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Vintage Valentines Love hand-crafted card making tutorial

Valentine's Day started in 496 (WOW) and in the 18th Century the art of sending Valentine's Day cards came to America.  I love how this historic celebration of love is still practiced today!  So in a nod to the days of old, this Vintage Valentine was hand-crafted at our recent Valentine Palooza Card Making Class.  See how fun it is to take a trip to the past and revel in the beauty of old fashioned looking Valentine Day Cards.  I love how these new paper crafting tools, embossing folders, thinlits, stamp sets, embellishments and more can create a lovely vintage hand-stamped card.
Create this Vintage Love with:
*Crazy About You stamp set (wood 138856/clear 138859/photopolymer 137137)
Jet Black Stazon ink pad (101406)
Very Vanilla card stock (101650)
Blushing Bride card stock (131198)
Typeset Specialty Designer Series Paper (133704)
Pearl Jewels (119247)
Antique Brads (117273)
Venetian Crochet Trim (134581)
Artisan Embellishment Kit (137909)
Sweetheart Punch (133786)
Happy Heart Embossing Folder (137364)
*Hello You Thinlits Dies (137363)
Big Shot Magnetic Platform (130658)
Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine (113439)
Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755)
Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

* BUNDLE and SAVE 15% with this Crazy about You stamp set and Hello You thinlits bundle. 
(wood 139324/clear 139325/photopolymer 138873)

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I adore this new Bundle in the Occasions Catalog!!  The Crazy About You stamp set has 33 stamps that perfectly coordinate with the Hello You thinlits.  Here you create a custom saying that fits your exact need.  Stamp your sentiment (here the 'Love') with Stazon Jet Black ink pad.  Emboss the Blushing Bride card stock (4-1/8"x 5-1/4") with the Happy Hearts embossing folder in the Big Shot.  This will give you a clear stamped image (versus stamping after embossing).

Die cut a strip of Very Vanilla card stock using the Hello You thinlits on the Magnetic Platform and Big Shot Die-Cutting Machine.  Adhere with the Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive as the lines are sooo thin!!

Punch 8 hearts using the Sweetheart punch and vintage Typset Specialty Designer Series Paper.  Fold four together and use the Multipurpose Liquid Adhesive down the seam of each to stack these four punched hearts.  Fluff for a cool look and adhere to the embossed card front with Stampin' Dimensional Adhesive.

Accent with the Antique Brads, Artisan Rosettes, Venetian Crochet Trim and adhesive backed Pearl Jewels.
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We all have them, those people in your life who love all things vintage, lacy, elegant and full of accessories (wait - that's me!! lol).  Send a lovely, vintage hand-stamped card that is full of love - perfect for Valentine's Day or just-because you love them!  This lovely hand-crafted card says so much and has many uses - all wrapped up in one hand-stamped card!    Join Me in sending some love and cheer in a hand-crafted card, this small effort will deliver big blessings.

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