SSS February Card Kit Card #3

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Hello hello! Thanks for coming back to another tutorial. Today I will show you how to make this vintage looking Valentines Day card. The card kit already has a vintage vibe to it, so I wanted to make a card that looked more vintage than the other ones I made. This card wasn’t made strictly with the items in the card kit, but with items I’m sure you have in your crafty supplies. So lets get started!

I trimmed down my piece of craft cardstock panel to about 5″x4″. Then I got some Vintage Photo Distress Ink and distressed the edges of my panel. Once I did that, and let it dry for a bit, I used my static tool and treated the area. I inked up my stamp with embossing ink and stamped various areas of my card. When I was happy with the stamped areas, I used some white embossing powder and heat set it. I went back with my blending tool at the edge again so my roses can have that vintage look to it.

I wanted to add some pops of red so I stamped a few hearts in between the roses and used some WOW! Apple Red embossing powder and I heat set it. I used a sentiment from the stamp set and stamped it on white cardstock. I adhered it a black piece of cardstock and finished it off with a few red hearts. I finished my card off with some red string that came in the card kit.

Thats it! A fun, vintage feel Valentine’s Day card that your loved one will ABSOLUTELY love. Thanks for stopping by. I hope to see you again. The products I used to make this card and where I purchased them are listed below. Just click on the image.

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