Hearts To Die For, Again!

Hi (again) Everyone! This is my second post today for the Simon Says Stamp Wednesday Challenge, The Color of Love. (You can see the first post HERE.)  I’m still using the Caprice Heart layered dies from Birch Press, but incorporated WPlus9 sentiments, Valentine Wishes, with this set of cards.

I ordered this stamp set from WPlus9 quickly after seeing THIS post on the blog by Yana Smakula. (Have you seen Yana’s work? I think everything she creates is gorgeous! You can find her blog HERE.) It’s scripty and has several sentiments that can be used for many different occasions. Paired with the layered heart dies, the stamps created super-sweet Valentine’s cards.


Both this card and the next have a white shimmery cardstock top panel from Crafter’s Companion. The gray cardstocks are 110# from Simon Says Stamp, Three Shades of Gray. The pink is a lightweight cardstock from my stash. Finally, I embossed the sentiment and added Little Things from Lucy Pink Lemonade sequins. Easy, easy, easy…But oh-so-cute!


I die cut the outline of the heart on the front of the card to create a peek-a-boo effect to the layered hearts inside. The flowers also are from the Valentine Wishes stamp set.


This card has a silver, shimmery panel from Crafter’s Companion on a SSS black heavyweight card base. Both the sentiments and banner are from the stamp set and are heat embossed. (This card is a little washed-out. Sorry! I just couldn’t get the colors to pop in the photo the way they do in real-life. The picture below shows the pink a little better.)


So there you have the set! What do you think? Aren’t these hearts to die for? LOL! And you can’t go wrong with one of my favorite stamp companies, Wplus9. Thanks for stopping by the blog today. Love and crafty hugs!


*Please note that I am not compensated by any company nor do I receive free products. I just like to share my favorite crafty things in case you are interested too.

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