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Simon Says Stamp - FLOWER LOVE Valentine Card


Red embossed Christmas Card with All The Joy sentiment.

Hello Lovelies! Even if you don't like coloring, I can promise you this is easy and fun! Today we will not worry about blending and just put down some layers of flat color into our Flower Love die-cuts before having some fun arranging them!


The Flower Love Stamp and Die-set are part Simon Says Stamp's Smitten Release, and will help you get ready for your Valentines and Spring crafting!


Red pink and purple All the Joy Christmas card with birds and holly leaves


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FLOWER LOVE VALENTINE CARD - Copic Coloring, Die-cutting and Collage

Card Base: 4 1/4" x 5 1/2"



Red pink and purple All the Joy Christmas card with birds and holly leaves

 

COLOR PALETTE

Copic Markers - YR27, R81, RV14, RV19, RV66, V09, B34, B37, B39




 

CARD WALKTHROUGH

COPIC COLORING

  1. Secure a 6 1/4" x 8 1/2" piece of white cardstock to your Stamp and Stencil Mat.

  2. Stamp all of the flowers from the Flower Love Stamp Set in Memento Tuxedo Black Ink onto the cardstock.

  3. Use the COPIC markers to color the flowers just filling in the white spaces with color, there is no blending just try to evenly apply color to each segment. TIP: You can switch the colors around to your preference, it does not matter which goes where, it is more about the entire selection of colors.




 


DIE-CUTTING

  1. Match the dies to the flowers and secure with Spellbinders Best Ever Craft Tape.

  2. Run the flowers and dies through a die-cutting machine to cut.

  3. Die-cut white cardstock twice with the Love You die to get two sets of letters. Ink cardstock with Pawsitively Saturated Royal Ink and die-cut with the Love You die.

  4. Layer and adhere the letters with Craft Glue.

  5. Die-cut a 2" x 3" piece of Vellum with the Love You die to create a frame for your letters.

  6. Die-cut white cardstock with the Grand Corner Leaf Die.

  7. Die-cut white cardstock with the Detail Ringlet Plate or the Rhythm Link Plate.





 



COLLAGE

  1. Arrange the Flower Die-Cuts on your Detail Ringlet or Rhythm Link Plate die-cut.

  2. Cover the flowers with a piece of Press & Seal and then lift up with the flowers secured to the Press & Seal.

  3. Apply Craft Glue to the reverse of the flowers

  4. Adhere to the white background and trim the edges.




 

FINISHING

  1. Adhere the Love You vellum outline with a Tape Runner to the Card Front.

  2. Adhere the Love You letters with Craft Glue.

  3. Adhere the remaining flowers and leafy die-cut with Craft Glue and Foam Dots.



 

Anyone can color this! The point is to have fun with the flowers when you are done!

Close up of red, pink and purple Christmas Card


The pinpoint white background adds beautiful texture and makes the card more interesting.

Close up of red, pink and purple Christmas Card


Somehow the Royal blue letters came out looking velvety and the white die-cut helps us unify everything!

Close up of red, pink and purple Christmas Card



I hope this pretty card makes you as happy as it made me!

Close up of red, pink and purple Christmas Card


Thank you for stopping by and I hope this will help you get a head start on your Valentine's card-making!


Happy Crafting!

 

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