Twitterpated Double Heart Valentine

Hi there,

I’ve got a cute lil’ valentine for you today. It’s made using the You+Me stamp set.

I just love the Twitterpated sentiment! It reminds me of when Friend Owl tells Flower, Thumper and Bambi about what love is and warns them to be careful ‘cos it’ll happen to them too   🙂

Anyway, here’s my project…

Twitterpated Double Heart

The double arrow is also from the same stamp set. The striped panel is made using the Stacked with Love DSP Stack. When you buy this DSP stack and the stamp set as a bundle, you save 15%!

I cut the heart window from the new Mini Treat Bag Thinlits Dies. I elevated the front panel on a double layer of dimensionals so that the little heart could fit underneath the window sheet. Here’s a close up of it…

Twitterpated Double Heart close up

I’ve been a bit addicted with the new Alphanumeric Mold from our Occasions Catalogue and I thought this little heart added a bit of interest. I coloured the clay using Real Red and Calypso Coral reinkers. I then mixed the two separate coloured clay pieces to create the marbled look

I’ve entered this project for the Around the World Stampin’ Challenges. This time it’s a sketch, here it is…


I decided to switch the sketch to landscape for something a little different. And I used the double arrows instead of the banner.

I hope you liked my project. I’m number 8 on the challenge list, please vote for me here. Thank you for dropping by today!

Until next time, happy stamping!    🙂

Price: $10.95

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2 Responses to Twitterpated Double Heart Valentine

  1. trudelmj says:

    Very cute, Munchkin! Thank you for your participation!


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