Just starting to make some Valentine cards and this stamp set just screamed out to me to be Valentine cards.
This cute little robot is holding a heart which was colored with red copic markers. The body of the robot was also colored with copic gray markers. I added three strips of pink paper and popped the paper up on dimensionals. I then placed the robot on top of the pink paper which also gave it some height.
For the inside I stamped Happy Valentines Day and added a pink heart.
I made this card to look like the old fashioned gumball machines that I remember seeing in the 5 and 10 cent stores when I was younger. Not sure if they have them anymore due to all the hands touching the machines and of course spreading germs.
I die cut the machine out in red card stock and used the yellow layer to show thru to give it the vintage look. I then filled the gumball machine with small beads to look like the gum.
For the inside I added a birthday sentiment and a little gumball machine in the corner.
I know its always hard to tell someone how sorry you are for their loss, but why not do it with some beauty.
I found this die to be very beautiful and delicate. I used gold foiled paper to cut the die out and I placed it on a simple black background. For the inside I used a sentiment that would let the recipient know you were thinking and praying for them. I was trying to let you see the gold paper and how simple the card really is to make.
Today is a nice and chilly outside. The snow is coming down with little sprinkles of flakes. This birthday card would make any person who has a birthday during the winter months just smile with the playfulness of the penguins.
I die cut one of the penguins out and placed him close to the front of the card, kinda like he just fell over. The penguin in the background is having a blast going down the snow hills.