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Pumpkin Spice–Last Minute Valentine’s Day Cards

Hello!   I have a couple more Valentine’s day cards to share with you.   I kept these really easy so that they would quick to make at the last minute. 

 

2013-02-13 PSS Quick Valentine 2 WM

 

I didn’t even use Valentine themed papers.  The hearts are from papers from Handmade Tiny Tablet from Lily Bee Designs.    (I think these might be me new favorite papers.  I love the colors!)  This paper pad is only $4.20 at Pumpkin Spice.

 

2013-02-13 PSS Quick Valentine 1 WM

 

I love to stitch on almost all my cards but if you need some last minute cards, you could skip the sewing or use faux sewing.  You could even make these as single layer cards.   I’m thinking about using the same design but with different die cut shapes and sentiments to make some more quick cards for my stash.  Hmmm… what about stars and birthday greetings?

 

Don’t forget to share your Valentine’s day projects with us at the Pumpkin Spice Challenge!

 

Thank you for stopping by!  I hope you have a fabulous day!

 

**Don’t forget to check out my digi stamp give-away.  You click on the photo at the top of the right side bar for details**

 

Supplies:

Be Mine!

  • Papers:  Bazzill kraft & red CS, Lily Bee Designs Hand Made Tiny Tablet
  • Tools:  Sewing machine, Big Shot, Sweet ‘n Sassy stacking hearts, Provocraft Seeing Spots embossing folder
  • Embellishments:  Twinery Maraschino baker’s twine
  • Font:  Cupid De Locke from Da Font

Love You!

  • Papers: Bazzill kraft & red CS, Lily Bee Designs Hand Made Tiny Tablet
  • Tools: Sewing machine, Big Shot, Sweet ‘n Sassy stacking hearts,Die-namics Hearts a Plenty,  Provocraft Seeing Spots embossing folder
  • Embellishments: Making Memories brad, Kaiser gem stones
  • Font: Cupid De Locke from Da Font

Items from Pumpkin Spice:

 

Challenges:

Comments

Marianne said…
I love how you have used non-traditional papers and colours for these. The first one is my favourite. I agree the design would work great for other occasions, too!
Imke said…
Cheryl, both cards are lovely. I really like the CAS design and the colors !
Lida_M said…
Cheryl, 2 cards so nice!I like your Clean&Simple!
Anja said…
Really love your Valentine's Day cards, Cheryl! Quick to make but sooo lovely!
Hugs, Anja
marsha said…
What beautiful CAS Valentine cards!
Hugs,
Marsha
These are darling! I LOVE all the kraft paper!!!

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Annette said…
awesome cards..love the stitched hearts...so fun..
Sandra H said…
Both cards Cheryl are stunning x
1CardCreator said…
These are adorable Cheryl, I love all the stitching! ~Diane
Pam said…
Your cards are so pretty, I love the simplicity of them both!
Pam
scrap-n-sewgranny.blogspot.com
Lisa said…
These are both gorgeous!! I love the designs and the papers!! What beautiful cards!! Have a wonderful Wednesday :)

Lisa
A Mermaid's Crafts
Meihsia Liu said…
Wow...Cheryl, these cards are fantastic! Love the kraft background and your beautiful stitching. They are just simple and elegant. Thank you for sharing! ^_^
Cumbrianlass said…
Both super Valentine cards, thanks for entering the 1st card into Kaboodle Doodles Challenge
Janet
Danni said…
These are fantastic!
Saw this on MIM. What a fab design love the hearts, red and Kraft and the stitching!! x
craftygranny said…
This is lovely thank you so much for sharing it at Osaat . Hugs Trisha x
craftygranny said…
This is lovely thank you so much for sharing it at Osaat . Hugs Trisha x
Sue - bearhouse said…
WOW!! I love these Cheryl. The designs and colours are wonderful and I love the different papers you have used.

Thank you, also, for taking part in the Card Mania Challenge
Sue xx
Another great card, Cheryl! And at the risk of sounding like a broken record, I really hope you will consider sharing with us at Word Art Wednesday (Anything Goes) and V's Sweeet Ideas (LOVE). Both have awesome prizes this week/month that you would LOVE! Hope you will check it out.
Karen
Joan V said…
Cheryl, great cards. Yes, I think these are fantastic to do with different shapes. Definitely a card to CAS. Thanks for the inspiration.
Laura W said…
Very cute, love the way you've sewn the hearts :) Thanks for playing along at the Digi Darla Challenge Blog
Davi said…
Cheryl How sweet both cards are. Love the embossing and CAS look ;)
Linda said…
I hear you about this paper. I love it too. Happy Valentines Day hon. So glad to catch this on MIM. Linda
Evie said…
Such a lovely cards. Love your color choices. Thanks for joining us at C4E.Hope to see you again for the next challenge.

Hugs.
Evie
Renee said…
Oh Cheryl, these are lovely!
Hugs, Renee
Miss Emerald said…
Gorgeous cards! I love colours, stitching and gesigns. Thanks for joining us at Card Mania Challenges. Good luck and hope you'll join us again.
Tracy said…
Wonderful clean and simple designs Cheryl. :-)
craftybunny said…
Such wonderful CAS cards.Beautiful choice of papers and your stitching is perfection.Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion.Hope to see you again next week :D
Lisa x
Annie said…
Such cute Valentines! thanks for joining in with us at Totally Papercrafts.
hugs, annie x
Nat said…
Fab heart cards, thanks for joining us at Come & Get It this week.
Natx GDT
mixamatoasties said…
I love these, they're fantastic! Gorgeous cards.

Thanks for joining in with us at OSCC this week.

Susan
Anita said…
Both of these cards are so pretty and I love the kraft. But the first is my fave - love the little stitched hearts!
Billie A said…
I love this card, the colors, the embossing, the whole design. The twine is perfect touch. Love this. Thanks for joining us at Catch the bug.
You're on a roll girl!!! You know how much I love that polka dot embossing folder you use! And here you did the sewing down the center of a die cut again! Now you're just showing off ;)

SUPER!!!!!!
Bonnie Irvine said…
These are wonderful CAS cards and would make great sketches for future cards. Your stitching and the embossing add so much to the overall design. Thanks for joining our My Valentine Challenge at Craft Your Passion. I hope we see you again soon.
Hazel said…
Simply beautiful. Thanks for joining us at OSAAT. Hazel x
Jodie Mackrell said…
pretty card!. thanks for playing this weeks challenge at Catch the Bug!
MagsB said…
These are simply fab! I love the embossing and the layouts, they are so chic! Thanks for joining in at Dream Valley!

love Mags B x
Thank you for joining us at OSAAT this week with your perfect CAS card. Jennie DT
Sandy said…
Two fab valentine cards, love the simplicity - nothing last minute about these, LOL.
Thanks for linking up with Make It Monday this week.
Remember, to be in the running to win the prize from our sponsor this week just leave a comment for another entry. Be sure to mention you saw them on Make It Monday. The more entries you comment on the more chances you have of winning!
Hugs,
Sandy
Ruza Rebel said…
Gorgeous CAS cards! Thank you for joining us this week at Love to Create Challenge Blog.
Ruza, LTC DT
Becky G said…
Fabulous cards, Cheryl! I love all the hearts and stitching! So glad you joined in our theme challenge at Catch The Bug! Hope to see you in the next challenge!

Hugs,
Becky G
Linda McClain said…
Cheryl - You are the polka dot queen! Lovin' all the dots. I'm so glad you played with us a Catered Crop. We featured your card to day on our Facebook Fan Page. You Rock!
Deneen said…
Very pretty cards, I love the hearts on the first card, and the partial embossing on the second card. Thanks for joining the Let Me Call You Sweetheart Challenge at Top Tip Tuesday.
Shea said…
Love these cards! Using kraft paper is a nice change to the usual Valentine's color schemes! Thanks for joining us at Digi Darla's this week!
Beautiful! Thank you so much for playing with us at Love to Create Challenge!! Please Come back and play with us again soon, we can't wait to see what you'll create!!

Many Blessings,
Tina LTC DT
Lovely cards! Thanks so much for playing along with us at The Pink Elephant!

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