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Thursday, January 26, 2012

Stampin' Up! Heart to Heart Punch

Hello friends!

This card was borne from the Nicole Derendorf
Festive Friday Valentine Love challenge and the Less is More "Cut it Out" challenge.

I was inspired by the card by Bridget Fox on Nicole's post where her hearts are 'bursting out all over the page'. I also wanted to use my red glimmer paper "AGAIN"!. The Less is More challenge calls for an aperture or 'cut out' in your card....so I thought of this!

Using Glossy White cardstock, I used the Stampin' Up! Heart to Heart punch in the bottom right hand corner of the card, layered glimmer paper behind it and used dimensionals to deepen the effect...then I put the punched hearts on the top of the card with dimensionals so it seemed to have 'popped' out. :)

It looks SO much better in real life...I'm starting to sound like a broken record!....you can't really see the white hearts hovering above the card.....but seriously... it is very modern & fun.

Materials used:
Stamps - none! *gasp*
Cardstock - Glossy White cardstock, Red Glimmer Paper
Tools - Heart to Heart punch, Paper Cutter, dimensionals, SNAIL, bone folder


  1. Simply sensational!
    Good to see you

    Thank you very much
    "Less is More"
    Please can you consider removing word verfication, makes commenting so much easier

    1. Hi Mandi - I meant to reply to you to thank you for reminding me that I had word verification 'on'....it is now off. Cheers! :)

  2. This looks terrific Alison, it's great to see you at "Less is More".
    Thanks so much for joining us!
    "Less is More"

  3. Lovely card Alison :O) Viv xx

  4. I love this Alison! It's a great use of the glimmer paper and I'm loving the glossy card stock! Vicky x


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