Hi, and welcome, everyone! Lisa, from The Relativity of Paper, with you today I'm sharing a Valentine's Day card featuring the Victorine Originals Conversation Hearts and Happy Valentine's Day Stamps.
My first thought was to stamp the hearts on the inside of the shaker and then maybe have them added to the sequins. Once I gathered everything and started assembling I went off in a totally different direction, nothing new there.
To get started I used my Silhouette Cameo to cut the outline of a jar. You could use a die-cut or stamp a jar and fussy cut. I added acetate to the back of the cut-out jar and 3D mounting foam to the back. I ran a piece of kraft cardstock through my BigKick using a heart themed embossing folder, added sequins, removed the backing, carefully, from 3D mounting foam, and covered with embossed kraft cardstock to enclose the sequins, creating a shaker. The hard part is done. Stamp the conversation hearts and sentiment using Memento Ink-Tuxedo Black and color with COPIC markers, R29, RV55, RV53, RV000. Using my scan n cut to cut the hearts, you can fussy cut these hearts, there's not much to them, add 3D mounting foam to the back and start stacking them in the corner of the jar. To add more dimension I layered a few hearts with two layers of 3D mounting foam. Die-cut sentiment using banner die, add 3D mounting foam to back and adhere to front of the card. Finish off with a few clear sequins.
As always, thanks for joining me today!
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