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Happy Valentine’s Day

Hello everyone!

It’s Donna again guest designing for Kat Scrappiness.  I hope you have enjoyed all the designs from the NEW release? I am in love with the mini slimline dies, they make the perfect sized card.  You can find the full collection here.

Today, I am sharing two cards, on both cards I am using the newly released Valentine Quokka stamp set.  The first card I am using the newly released mini slimline Diamond Wire & Wood Grain die and my second card I used the newly released mini slimline Scalloped Edge and Embossed Edge dies.

My first card, I created the card base at 3 x 6, I then die cut the slimline Diamond Wire & Wood Grain die.  I used some acetate on the back of the diamond slimline and created a shaker card.  I added the newly released Love Hearts and Talk About It Sprinkles for the shaker.  I then stamped and die cut the Quokkas from the Valentine Quokka stamp set and colored them with copics.  For more interest I added the Kat Scrappiness Wonky Wavy Stitched die in the back of the Quokkas.  To finish the card off, I heat embossed the sentiment from the Valentine Quokka stamp set with white embossing powder.

My second card, I created a mini slimline card measuring 3 x 6.  I die cut the scalloped layer with the Scalloped Edge mini slimline die, the next layer I used some design paper called Be My Valentine by Echo Park and die cut it using the mini slimline Embossed Edge dies.  I stamped and colored the Quokka from the Valentine Quokka stamp set.  I added the image to my card and stamped the sentiment from the Valentine Quokka stamp set.

Thank you so much for stopping by, please come back again soon!
Here is a list of supplies I used on my card, Affiliate Links used at no additional cost. Thank you for your support.


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