Happy heart day to you!
There are so many possibilities for adorable Valentine's or heart-focused projects with the current mini catalog. I am having fun creating and will share two quick projects with you today that I have done in the last week. The first is a really easy Valentine treat, that would work well for mass production if need be! It doesn't take a lot of product either, making it really economical.
I used Melon Mambo for my solid cardstock, but you could use any color that you love! The cardstock is 6.5" x 2.25" and you score it at 2.25" and 4". I used dsp from the stack of brights paper, so many good choices in the paper stacks (love the polka dots especially). The dsp is 2.25" x 2". Then I punched a 1 & 3/4" scallop circle in melon mambo, stamped the image from the P.S. I Love You set and pop it up on a dimensional. The cardstock holds a heart-shaped lollipop, adhered with sticky strip, and then put your favorite ribbon tied around the lollipop stick! Enjoy sharing these.
The next project is completely different, but still a recent favorite of mine. Check it out.
This paper is stunning, all by itself, so I left the card front rather simple. The paper is in the twittpated paper pack. Once I snailed it to the card front, I punch a heart. Then on the inside I stamped a piece of whisper white with the school lines stamp, and the greeting is from the P.S. I Love You set (can you tell it's a favorite set already!). This stamp set has so many possibilities, no just for Valentine's Day, but for all year long. The final touch was punching a mini heart and snailing it under a bitty heart button that is threaded with cherry cobbler baker's twine. Love it!
Happy Valentine's Day to you and those you love.