More Than Love

Who wouldn’t love to receive this adorable card?  This sweet card will bring a little sunshine to brighten anyone’s day.  I just love the color scheme, and that bow is to die for!  Vellum has made its way back big time in the crafting industry.  Just by adding a small sentiment with glitter gives it a great big shine.  This wonderful card was created by Stacey Schafer.  Stacy used the sketch from Viva La Verve challenge.  This card turned out simply amazing.

More Than Love

Using the papers from My Mind’s Eye, Stacey used the scripted pattern on the long background panel and heat embossed the larger sentiment in silver on to vellum Tagged Rectangle Die.  She added a few layers of Wavy Hearts and Heart Quartet Dies with a peek of the Classy Label Die.

More Than Love

Stacey popped up the hearts with foam tape.  Using a fabulous Autumn Elements ribbon to make her bow and adding a sprinkle of Pastel Sequin Mix finishes off this adorable card.  A big Thank You Stacey for sharing such an adorable card with us.  Be sure to pop on over to Stacey’s Stamping Stage for more of her outstanding projects.  You will be so inspired!

Creativity involves in breaking out of your traditional style.  Take a look at your projects in a different way, and never hesitate to try something new.







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yhst-54729554693478_2272_425195 Wavy Hearts     heart-quartet-die-4 Heart die     yhst-54729554693478_2270_40814885 Classy Label

yhst-54729554693478_2270_37050235 Tag Rectangle Die


  • Pastel Sequin Mix
  • Steel Grey Cardstock
  • Vellum
  • Autumn Elements Ribbon
  • Natural Hemp Cord
  • Button
  • Sewing Machine
  • Thread

2 thoughts on “More Than Love

    • Diana Opiela says:

      Very carefully 😉
      There are a few tricks to getting a highly embellished card through the postal system without it getting damaged.
      For a card like this, I would grab some bubblewrap and cut a piece to fit over the card front. You can even cut a hole for the button.

      Next, I would take a piece of heavier cardstock and put that over top of the bubblewrap. Then put it into an envelope.
      You’ve got to remember, this is going to go through machines at a very fast rate, so the flatter the envelope the better.

      The last thing, and really this is the most important, is to physically take your card to the post office and request “hand cancel.” This takes your card out of the machine process altogether. You will need to pay a little more postage, but if you’ve created a lovely card for this person, they are worth the extra pennies, aren’t they?

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