I love this non-traditional color combo for hearts! I started near the top of a 4 x 5 ¼ panel of Neenah Solar White 110# cover Classic Crest Smooth card-stock blending on Distress ink pad colors with the foam ink blending tool. Spiced Marmalade first, then Carved Pumpkin, then Picked Raspberry and ending with Spun Sugar.
I die cut the poppystamps Heart Confetti Collage die in a panel of the same card-stock that was die cut first with the Memory Box Wrapped Stitch Rectangle die that is the same size as an A2 card.
I stamped the sentiment from the new poppystamps Valentine Fairies stamp set, with the MISIT stamping tool and Memento Tuxedo Black ink.
I added a couple Doodlebug matte sprinkles on each end. Definitely a CAS card!
I love this new little Memory Box Heart Gift Box… super cute. I die cut it once in pink and once in white. The smaller heart is from the collage die I used on the card. I cut the white die cut down to use behind the hole.
The arrow is from the Memory Box Cupid’s Tools die.
fun! You could cut six of these Heart Gift Boxes and make a flower!
Linking to some challenges…
HLS January – anything goes with dies
AAA Cards – game #106 something new
Thank you Ladies for choosing my card!
HLS January CAS challenge – friends
ok – back to the table…more cards to make! Take care and stay warm!
Products I used on this card and box…
24 thoughts on “poppystamps Heart Confetti Collage and Memory Box Heart Gift Box…”
And here you come with another lovely….looks so fresh….and I keep thinking of that box..looks like a good size…I love boxes…
So beautiful!!!! I love that you didn’t use traditional colors as the ones you used were just lovely!!!! The heart confetti die is awesome! Looks like that one needs to go on my wish list.
Love the die cut in the card
Love this one-I may have to steal it for my church cards next month!!!
Pam I love this – and these colors are delicious together!!!
Oh my, be still my heart! Our church folks would love this too!!! You are SUCH an enabler! Going to ‘need’ to buy this one! Off to Starlit Studios!!!
Oh love the colors – so non traditional – but that is the trend on just about every occasion. Think I might have to check into that die – just too cute. You are such an enabler. LOL
This is gorgeous!
Oh I do love the colors you used for the hearts background, so sweet and that heart box is too cute, like the layered hearts and the arrow you used with it is just perfect!
Love the softly blended colors behind the pretty tumble of hearts! Your photo display arranged with the pink envelope and darling little heart box makes a yummy combo. As others have mentioned, you truly are an enabler!
WOW! Don’t know which I love the most! That card is adorable but the box is just gorgeous! What a fun treat box that makes! It’s now on my wish list! Along with the die for the card! ha ha You are such an enabler!
Clean, simple and sooo sweet! I think I need that rectangle die, Pam. 😉
yum those hearts look just like those candy hearts…great card and Cas feel, Thank you for playing at AAA cards
Lovely, Pam. Totally gorgeous. Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards.
Gorgeous blend of colors and super CAS design. This card is sure to melt hearts.Thanks for playing along at AAA Cards
Oh I love this Card. The colours and theheart die are a match made in heaven. Thanks for joining in with the current AAA Cards Challenge.
Really pretty card – love the colors and the hearts – perfectly CAS!
For to say: Thank you for sharing with us over at Happy Little Stampers CAS Challenge this month!
Oh what a cute card! Love it! That little box is adorable! 🙂
Fabulously cas Pam. Love the different shaped hearts and the wee dots inside. Thanks for sharing with us at HLS for our Anything Goes with Dies Challenge.
Love this! So simple, yet powerful! Keep it coming!
How in the world did I get this far behind?? This card is darling!! I love the blended background behind the hearts and the tiny white dots are so cute too! Delightful!!!
I love your use of non traditional colors for your valentine card.
thanks for joining us at HLS
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