Friday, December 27, 2013

Easy Valentines Cards - From Christmas Kits!

So.........

I've been missing in action a bit - but not to worry, things in the studio are slowly getting back to normal. Honestly, it's been a struggle some days to find my creative mojo. I miss my Mom more than I ever thought I would and I've just not been 'feeling' it. Know what I mean?

Anyway, there's nothing like a deadline to get me creating again and since I have my Card Crew Club tomorrow, that's exactly what I did this morning.
Here are the two cards they'll be making: 


I had some leftover kits from Christmas and hated to see them wasted, so I incorporated the Limited Edition Follow My Heart stamp set in with the pre-cut cardstock and accessories in the kits to make some fun cards.
The first card used the Merry Little Christmas Simply Created Card Kit. I added a piece of Real Red cardstock and trimmed down the designer pieces to layer them. A little Big Shot action with the heart folder from the Adorning Accents pack and a piece of Coastal Cabana Ruffled Ribbon gave me just what I was looking for here.
Cute, huh?



I love the eiffel tower image in this stamp set and wanted something a bit more vintage, but still with a modern feel to incorporate the kit elements.
This kit was the Goodie Gear Simply Created Kit in Real Red.
I added the Postcard background stamp and some hearts from Hearts A-Flutter. There are a couple of framelits sets used - Hearts and Hearts-a-Flutter.
Just a simple collage effect with the cut out elements on a folded Whisper White card base. Nothing too fancy and you can move them around to your hearts content for a different look each time.

So, there you go, don't let your Christmas Kits go to waste, or better yet, grab some from my Online Store before they are gone. Apparently, they are good for more than just Christmas!

Robin's Online Stampin' Store

Happy Stampin'!
~~Robin

1 comment:

  1. Hi Robin. Love this card so much I had to case it a bit. Thanks for sharing.

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