Create 3 quick Valentine’s Day Cards

Hello dear crafters,  Ishani here, with spring in the air and so is love with Valentine’s approaching we are going to create some valentine’s day cards. I am also here to remind you about joining us at our ongoing challenge and to inspire you with some floral and love creations.

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Valentine's day cards

For my first Valentine’s Day card

I played with the stamp set I love you and thought to play with the stamp for a different look. So I took this cute girl to a Salon and got her a new hairstyle.

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I did some selective masking, similar to how I made Santa Claus from our Indian tauji in this video (here) for my girl’s hair and colored her with Copics used. I use Floral heart reloaded stencil for the background and blended with Distress oxides and the new blending brushes. I have used Dual textured cardstock for this card.

Valentine's day card 1
Valentine's day card 1-2

For my second card

I used, Spring flower pack 2, fussy cut my leaves and flowers and used Love you loads stamp set for stampig Love and colored it with yellow color pencils. I have used Dual textured cardstock for the front panel and Canary yellow cardstock.

Valentine's day card 2
Valentine's day card 2-2

For my last card

I used, Spring flower pack 1, fussy cut my leaves and flowers and for the background used XOXO stencil but used only hearts and circles for the background, and left xs. Then I took a midnight black cardstock and heart embossed the sentiment from the stamp set I love you. I have used Old lace cardstock as my side folding base card and Natural white paper for stenciling.

Valentine's day card 3
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I hope you liked my cards and would try using elements sheets for your floral projects. They are such a time saver, especially because it saves coloring time.  Don’t forget to join us in the current challenge and also while sharing your creations with CrafTangles products, use #CrafTangles to share with us.



Ishani is known in the crafting world as Quillish and is a stay at home mom and a full-time crafter. She loves colouring, building scenes and experimenting new techniques.

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