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Wed 15

All My Love
by Trina Pham


Hello there.  This quick and simple Valentine’s card was intended for my hubby, but he came by and saw it just as I was finishing up... <grrr>đŸ˜‚  Guess it’s back to the drawing board. 

Anyway, I started by die cutting the Butterfly Heart Frame from Bristol paper.  It was adhered to velum trimmed to the same size, then to an A2 sized gray panel.


I wanted to add dimension only to the heart, so used scraps of Bristol paper to die cut just the heart portion twice. Trimmed away unwanted parts to get the heart ring.


I thought about ink blending the heart cut-out, but saved myself some time and die cut another heart from a scrap of red cardstock.  The sentiments from Big and Little Valentine’s stamp set were white heat embossed on it, then black soot distress ink was sponged around the edges for some dimension.  Spritz the whole card with a shimmer spray for some sparkle to finish.


And that was it!  Thank you for dropping by.  Have a wonderful day!






Beautiful frame on this lovely card!

Stunning card...love the die, the vellum and the way you edged the red heart in the black soot looks fabulous x.

Too bad your husband saw the card as it's a fabulous Valentine! Love the vellum and the extra layers of red heart.

So classy and sweet valentine card! Love the way you added a shade to the heart for more dimension with the black DI The butterfly heart panel is just AWESOME!!!! Wow! Another must have in my wishlist!

love the dimension on the heart with the touch of black round the edges :)

So pretty Trina! I especially love the inking on the heart.

Absolutely stunning, Trina! Love the beautiful die-cuts and edge-sponged heart with additional dimension!
Hideko xx

So many lovely details on this card! Love the vellum behind the butterfly frame that adds a softness! And that heart is such a rich red and a wonderful contrast with the crisp white stacked heart framing it!

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