Happy HUMP day and I think that I have a card for you today that you are really going to like! I was doing the happy dance with this bundle, Sealed with Love but I admit, I like the framelits better than the stamp set.

I feel like the framelits can go a long way throughout the year but this is one…that I would probably go for the bundle to save the 10% and you know that the stamps would be perfect for this special day that is right around the corner!





I can remember when the preview of this catalog came out and I saw that tiny envelope….SOLD – on its way to Randall Lane as I have been itchin’ to do a card with little envelopes ever since I watched a video of Jennifer McGuire’s several years ago! I adore her style and I was super happy to make a valentine with this envelope!

I think that this is a great one for a guy using the Basic Gray and the fun and subtle DSP, A Little Foxy worked perfect. The sentiment is from the Teeny Tiny Wishes and then POPPED out with the Classic Label Punch….win – win all the way around!





I had fun with the paper I chose today! I wanted to make something that I thought would be bit toned down from the traditional Valentines Paper and I will say…I think that it is FUN! I am thrilled that Stampin’ Up! is continuing to come out with the 6 X 6 paper stacks as I think that they are soooo easy to work with!






You can actually use the framelit that looks like a note and actually write a message and tuck it in! I used a simple glue dot to seal each of the little envelopes! Aren’t they soooooooo cute!. I just think that it doesn’t get any cuter than this….what do you think!?!?!






This special day will be here in a jif…..I hope that you can see how this style of a card would be a fun one to make and also one that is great in using up scraps of paper! I just LOVE to play that personal game with myself, “SEE HOW MANY SCRAPS YOU CAN USE TODAY” – Funny it is the silly things that make me roll!

Can’t wait to see you tomorrow…..you will LOVE IT!!!! (I know you too well) 😀



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