Wood You Be My Valentine? PP427

I held a Valentine card class a few weeks ago and this masculine Valentine was a huge hit. Everyone loved the colors and use of Wood Textures DSP. I’m sort of smitten with it also.

Wood textures stampin' up!

To create this card, you die cut two larger hearts from Wood Textures DSP and one Night of Navy heart. The card base is Crumb Cake covered with a 2” side strip of Night of Navy and a 5 7/8” x 3” piece of DSP. Make sure you use a variety of the wood texture paper. The “love” is die cut from Crumb Cake. Stamp the tint heart with Night of Navy and dies cut. I embellished the hearts with Heart Epoxy Droplets. I colored on heart with a blends market and left one heart clear as it was already on Navy card stock.

Super easy and super sweet card.

Looking for more Valentine inspiration? Check out The Paper Players Challenge #PP427. 

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3 thoughts on “Wood You Be My Valentine? PP427

  1. I can see why everyone loved this card, Ginny! I am also smitten with the “wood” hearts. There is so much texture and dimension going on. LOVE it! Thank you for sharing with The Paper Players!

  2. Ginny, I just love this! The wood textures and the pop of dimension is absolutely perfect on this masculine masterpiece. Wow! Thanks so much for joining us this week over at The Paper Players!

  3. Another wow project from Ginny! Thank you so much for sharing. It is also so great to see an amazing masculine care. You are so talented.

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