Come along as we CASE (copy and share everything) the January – June Mini Catalog (pg 10)! Conversation hearts are so fun at every age, but who says they have to be candy? An adult version of conversataion hearts right here on this super cute slimline card complete with instructions for making your own custom matching envelope.
Full list of supplies needed, listed below. A die cutting machine is needed for this card.
- 6 ¾” x 5 ½”, score at 3 ⅜” for Card Base
- 5 ½” x 1 ¼” for stamping and die cutting hearts
- 2 ¾” x ½”
Highland Heather Cardstock 5 ⅜” x 3 ¼” Background
Real Red – 3 ⅞” x 2 ⅛”
Sweet Talk Designer Series Paper
- 4 ⅜” x 1 ½”
- 7 ½” x 7 ½” for envelope
Real Red Cardstock 2 ⅞” x ⅝”
- Affix all stamps to Acrylic Blocks.
- Cut Basic White Card Base at 6 ¾” x 5 ½”, and score at 3 ⅜”.
- Using the Dotty Hearts Embossing Folder, emboss the Highland Heather background layer and attach this to the Basic White card base.
- On Basic White cardstock, stamp the heart once each using the following color inks – Blushing Bride, Pool Party, So Saffron, Granny Apple Green and Highland Heather. (The sample uses the heart that fits with the “Luv U” outline stamp) Die cut these hearts using the Sweet Hearts Die.
- Tape the hearts along the top edge of the DSP starting at the left edge. Hearts are touching, but not overlapping.
- Using Real Red ink stamp the “Happy Valentine’s Day” onto the small Basic White Strip and adhere this to the Real Red layer.
- Tie Real Red organdy ribbon into a bow around the DSP.
- Tape the DSP to the Real Red layer, and tape this to the card, leaving enough space at the bottom for the greeting.
- Adhere the layered sentiment to the lower part of the card using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Using a 2” circle punch, punch out a Granny Apple Green circle.
- Decorate the inside of the card.
- Score on one side at ½” and 7”
- Turn and score along the other side at 2½” and 6”
- Cut off all 4 corners at the score marks. Fold Along the length of the envelope at the score marks and tape closed. Fold up the ½” at the bottom and tape closed. Corner round each of the corners on the 1½” flap. This is the opening of your envelope.
- *NOTE: You can also use a heavier weight (32#) printer paper for the envelope if you wish.
- So cute! Now send it to someone special.
You will also need adhesive, acrylic blocks, scissors and other basic PaperCrafting items from the Stamper’s Toolkit