Love is in the Air blog hop Are you still making Valentine’s cards? if so, you are in for a treat!!! As today’s Blog hop theme is Love is in the air!

When I saw this month’s theme was all about Valentine’s projects, I got super excited, mainly because I really enjoy making Valentine’s cards.  And this year, Stampin’ Up! released an over-the-moon cute suite called “From my Heart”. So if you like pinks and reds and hearts, then you will love playing with this suite.

Anyway, I have been seeing lots and lots of samples for Valentine’s cards using the “From my Heart” suite, and I fell in love when I saw some samples mixing this suite with the Bonanza Buddies bundle. I definitely wanted to give it a try and make my own Valentine’s card mixing these products.

       From my heart suite       Birthday Bonanza suite

And since I was going bananas with Valentine’s hearts,  I decided I wanted to used the “Stitched be mine” dies to complement all the hearts I had in mind for the Valentine’s card I wanted to make. 

The cutest Valentine’s card using two of my favorite both suites

See how cute this valentine’s card turned out!!! the designer series paper, a.k.a. DSP or patterned paper, I used was the “From my Heart” DSP, which is actually a specialty one as it has red and pink foil elements on the sheets! You cannot really see it in the picture, but if you watch the video-tutorial at the end of this post, you can appreciate it better. 

learn how to make a quick and easy Valentine's card

As usual I followed the color combo from the patterned paper, so in this case it is Real Red, Flirty Flamingo and Whisper White! They really go well together. 

For the little Koala I used the Smoky Slate ink for its body and Memento ink for its face. I also added a little heart epoxy droplet that I colored with Cherry Cobbler Dark stampin’ blend a.k.a. alcohol marker, this added a really nice touch on the Koala!! 

Finally, I wanted lots of hearts for the background, so I die cut several heart shapes from the “Stitched Be Mine” dies in Real red and Whisper White. I also punched one heart from the DSP using one of the heart punches.

👉 As a tip for you, I usually lay all the hearts out on the card to see how I want them to line up! Once I like how the card looks, I glue the hearts down. 

 Valentine’s card Video Tutorial 

As mentioned before, you can watch the video tutorial to see step by step how I put together this Valentine’s card. I know you will see how easy it is and will want to make lots of this card to send during Valentine’s day.

If you liked this card, make sure you scroll down to the end of this post, where you will see the supply list for this card. Also you will see images you can pin on your favorite pinterest board to remember this card later on. 

Blog Hop Line up!

Don’t forget to visit the rest of the blogs participating in the “For the Joy of Sets” blog hop. I am sure you will really enjoy seeing all the projects we made for the “Love is in the air” theme. 

Click on the button to go to the next blog, or you can click on the below list to keep visiting the rest of the participants on this hop.

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The supply list for this cute Valentine’s card!

And as promised here is the complete list of items I used to make this cute Valentine’s card! 

If you click to any of the images, it will take you to my online store where you can purchase any of these items! When you purchase thru me, you help me support my Stampin’ Up! business so I can continue bringing more projects to you 😊

I truly appreciate your support! ❤❤❤

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