Sending You Lots of Love

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Hello crafty friends. Thanks for coming back to another tutorial. Today I will be showing you how to make a card I saw Laura Bassen make over on her blog. I didn’t have some of the supplies she had to make this card but I was able to substitute things to come up with a similar version of hers. I substituted the clear texture paste with clear embossing powder. Let’s get started.

Once I was done blending I secured the SSS All My Heart stencil over my distress card panel. I used my Candied Apple oxide ink and applied more pressure than I did with the lighter colors. When I saw that I got the coverage I needed over the card, I let it dry a bit because I wanted to use some embossing powder. Once it was dry, I got a clean blending tool sponge and used some embossing ink and cover all of the hearts. I wasn’t too concerned with the middle because I was going to put something to cover it anyway. I used SSS Clear Embossing powder and heat emboss it. You can apply a few coats to get the dimension she did or the look you’re happy with.

I cut out a heart using SSS Nested Hearts Die cut. One that would cover the center. I used my other fav color red from SSS which is there Schoolhouse Red. I used a sentiment from SSS Stained Glass Love stamp set and cut out SSS Love Wafer using white cardstock. I cut 3 of them out for dimension. That’s it. A similar card like Laura’s. Thank you so much for stopping by today. I hope to see you next time. All of the supplies I used to make this card and where I purchased them are listed below. All you have to do is click on the image.

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