Sending Love is So Sweet

Let’s take a stroll down Memory Lane today. Remember Valentine’s Day back when you were in Elementary School? We’d decorate Valentine boxes on our own at home and then on that special day we’d bring our decorated box to School so our classmates could deliver their Valentine to each of us. What were your School traditions around Valentine’s Day?

Back in those days, I remember it was always the night before our classroom Valentine’s Party that I’d be making out my Valentine’s, carefully signing my name, inserting candy, then sealing and addressing the envelope. Today, it is still just as much fun to create and send those you care about a special Valentine card. It’s also fun to share a Valentine’s candy gift with others.

I’m sure it’s no surprise, I have another Valentine card idea to share. I created this card using products from the Sending Love Suite of products from the 2017 Occasions Catalog along with the Large Letters Framelits which are fast becoming one of my favorite die sets from our 2016-2017 Annual Catalog. I have a lengthy list of card inspiration to create using the Large Letters Framelits and hope to share more with you as this year progresses. Take a look at today’s Valentine card.  This card was simple to create and assemble.

Stampin Up, CAS, Valentine Card, Sealed With Love Bundle, Layering Circles Framelits, Stitched Shapes Framelits, Large Letters Framelits, designed by Demo Lynn Tague, See more cards and gifts ideas at BeyondBeachesandBlessings.com #BeyondBeachesandBlessings

Supplies used to create the front of this card include: Real Red cardstock (cut 5.5″ x 8.5″; folded in half), Whisper White cardstock (cut 5.5″ x 3.25″ and for stitched circle), Sending Love Designer Series Paper Stack patterned paper (for letters and scalloped circle), Sealed with Love Bundle, Layering Circle Framelits, and the Stitched Shapes Framelits which are available again for purchase. By the way, I finished off the inside of the card with Whisper White cardstock (cut 4″ x 5.25″) and a cluster of the four hearts adhered in the lower left-hand corner. Looking for some Valentine treat giving ideas, check out these blog posts, Be My Valentine, and From the Heart.

Remember, the 2017 Occasions Catalog and Stampin’ Up!’s annual Sale-A-Bration event are in full swing! If you plan to place your next order through me and need copies of these catalogs, please request them here. Find out what it means to be a Beyond Beaches & Blessings Preferred Customer here, and check out my Starfish Rewards program for my frequent shoppers to see how you can earn a FREE stamp set. For orders under $150 placed through my online shopping site, be sure to use my exclusive Host Code each month to receive a FREE perk as my “thank you” to you for your order.

Leave me some feedback below by sharing your Valentine’s traditions in Elementary School and let me know what you think of today’s card. I look forward to reading your comments. If you have not yet subscribed to my blog, click on the Follow Me Now button to the right and provide your email address.

Blessings,

Lynn

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8 Responses to Sending Love is So Sweet

  1. Dorothy J says:

    Pretty card. I love Valentine’s Day.
    If I bought all needed supplies, this card would cost $400.
    Prices need to come down. Just my opinion.
    Who wouldn’t love those letters?

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    • Hi Dorothy, THANK YOU for your feedback! In all honesty, I didn’t add up the cost of the card before posting. I strive to share my love of paper-crafting, provide inspiration for others, while using a variety of Stampin’ Up! products. While I would love my customers to purchase all the items to make a project, I recognize that isn’t always practical. One could easily use just the Layering Circles for the “O” in the word, love, and in place of the scallop circle, or even a couple of different size circle punches. The heart clusters could even be fussy cut, rather than using the die, then use just the stamp set for the sentiment. Since this is Sale-A-Bration season, every $50 in product ordered qualifies for a free Sale-A-Bration item. Another way to obtain great SU! products is by joining as a Hobby Demonstrator, which at this time a person can sign up and pay $99 plus applicable tax (shipping is FREE) to pick out $125 in product PLUS 2 additional FREE Stamp Sets – which is a great value! Hope you will continue following my blog for paper-crafting inspiration. I have another Valentine’s card I’ll be posting soon that uses fewer products. Hope you have a wonderful Valentine’s Day.

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  2. mwheatley11 says:

    Good morning Lynn, What an amazing Valentine card. Love using the DSP for letters and for the outline of the sentiment using stitched framelits. Maureen Wheatley

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  3. Lydia says:

    Beautiful card!!!

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Love this, so pretty x

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  6. JenniferE says:

    Beautiful card! Love those large letters!

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