Elegant Stampin’ Up Bloomin’ Heart Valentine

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Hey Guys! Enjoy today’s Valentine Card Tutorial. It’s a dramatic Basic Black, Whisper White and Real Red design with optional pop of Pear Pizzazz.

Which version do you like better? Leave a comment, let me know. I am going to send one card to of each of TWO lucky comment makers, so weigh in and let me know your preference.

Valentine’s day is coming up quick!

If you have your eye on the Stampin’ Up! Sealed with Love Bundle or Sending Love DSP Stack that I used in this project or the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits, you should place your Stampin’ Up! order this week in order to have plenty of time to craft for Valentine’s Day.


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Tune in all this week for some great Valentine treats. I am making some cute projects to send to school with the kids. Gotta go make you some videos – enjoy this pretty and elegant Valentine card video tutorial and printable project sheet.

Get your Project Sheet HERE

Bloomin Heart Thinlits

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I love the pop of pear!

I follow you on You-Tube, you make lovely cards. My favorite of the two heart cards you made today is the black, red and white … the pop of green is pretty, but not my favorite. Thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas with us.

I like it bette without the pear pizzazz–it’s more dramatic that way. Both are beautiful though.

I love the one with the Pear Pizzaz CS behind the heart.

Both are great but I like the card without the pear pizzaz. The colour scheme is great. I’m not the biggest pink fan lol.

What a beautiful lacey heart die. I love how you showed a couple versions Marisa.

I’m so glad that I found you Marisa. I love all of your creations and you are so inspiring.
P.s. I prefer the card without the pear pizazz back ground and yes the inside is adorable. ~Mary

I love them both, the green is an unusual pop of color. But if I had to choose, I’d go with the red/black/white. It’s more traditional and I guess I am too.

I like the card with the pear pizzazz the best.

I like the card without the Pear Pizzazz too, but it’s because I am lazy. One Pear dot to dot heart was enough for me. 😀

I think showing more than one version is going to be a good way for me to stamp more cards without entirely recreating the wheel each time.

Hi Tania! THank you for coming over to the blog from YouTube and thank you for taking time to comment! <3 I agree with you entirely about the green, it's pretty but takes some of the drama away. Thank you for your kind words.

Hi Katie! Thank you for commenting! I love “seeing” you here!

Mary, I am so glad you found me too! Thank you for the encouraging words. <3

Traditional! Exactly, classic. I love an unusual pop of color, but this time I am with you on the traditional color combo.

Hi Lori! Thanks for stopping by and taking time to comment. The green is a surprise hub? But it works.

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