Monday, February 14, 2022

Horizon Dies for Hubby's Valentine Card

horizon dies for hubby's valentine card

Just a quick post today to show you a Valentine card that I made my hubby! It's a little non-traditional both in colour and design, but I know he'll love it, because he grew up by the ocean and he loves it. The beautiful, beautiful New Horizons 6" x 6" Designer Series Paper with the abstract watercolour landscapes make creating artistic looking cards so easy.

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  • On a Crumb Cake card base, and with a Night of Navy backing, I used one of the seascape designs from the New Horizons DSP and trimmed it to 3 7/8" x 5 1/8".  
  • Using the Oceanfront stamp set, I stamped the grasses in Evening Evergreen. Using the On the Horizon stamp set, I stamped the birds in Night of Navy.
  • I die cut the beach fences in the Horizon Dies from the wood grain DSP from the Heart & Home DSP set and mounted them on the card front as shown with strips cut from the Mini Stampin' Dimensional sides.
  • I die cut the grass from the Horizon Dies and mounted it as shown using Mini Dimensionals.
  • The Crumb Cake heart was punched 4 times using the Heart Punch Pack. The sentiment from Always in My Heart was stamped on one using Evening Evergreen. All the hearts were glued together and the edges were sponged with Soft Suede ink. This 3D heart was glued to the card front as shown.

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