Hello everyone… Valentine’s Day is 11 days away and today I would love to share with a quick clean-and-simple Valentine’s Day card with shade of red inks and cardstocks. These cards can be for kids on Valentine’s Day, too.
I cut out some shade of red cardstock for the background mat in 5″ x 3.75″ and the frame mat in 3.5″ x 3.5″. And then I cut out the white cardstock for the butterfly and sentiment in 3″ x 3″.
On my card I use Hero Arts Color Layering Butterflies that I just got last December from my Mystery Box order and finally got a chance to use them. And Color Layering sets from Hero Arts are one of my favorites!
I stamped one of the butterflies on a white square cardstocks using my stamping tool for better lining up position 🙂 I used the shade of red ink cubes that come from one of the Hero Arts Monthly kit and a black archival ink pad. Then I added some glitter on it with my Spectrum Noir Sparkle Brush.
then I stamped the sentiment on the bottom of the butterfly with the darkest red ink cube.
Done with stamping them all, I added them on the darkest red cardstock mat with adhesive runner. Then I added them on the background mat with adhesive runner, too.
I wrapped around some natural white twine around the background mat and then added the whole finished panel on the white card base with 3D foam tape.
I made these 2 Valentine’s Day cards with this Hero Arts Color Layering Butterflies for my 2 daughters 🙂
I also share this post at a2z Scrapbooking blog. Our February Challenge is all about shade of red. Come and play along with us using any Hero Arts products on your projects to be eligible to win the $25 gift certificate to the a2z Scrapbooking Store!
a2z Scrapbooking Store has lots of Hero Arts products that you will love! I also have 15% off code for you to use when you put an order of $25 or more. You can use this code: Helen15 when you check out.
Hope you all are inspired to make your own Valentine’s Day cards today. Thank You so much for visiting us today and have fabulous day!
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