1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy {2.11.22} Scent with Love

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It’s time for another brilliant 1 Stamp, 3 Ways with Tammy! Her designs are so clever, featuring a favorite Valentine candy!

Take it away, Tammy!

Hi friends and welcome to another 1 Stamp, 3 Ways! This month, I am featuring the adorable new set, Scent With Love. Combined with some iconic Sweethearts candy, these sweet projects are perfect for Valentine’s Day or your sweetie!


Box of Sweethearts Card

I remember handing out boxes of Sweethearts to my classmates in elementary school. It was always so much fun to read the printed messages on the candies!

To create my card, I began by stamping the images from Scent With Love, coloring with Copic markers, and die cutting with the Scent With Love Coordinating Dies. I then cut white cardstock using the largest die from the Large Stitched Rectangle Stackables. Next, using the largest die from the Outside In Stitched Rectangle Stackables, I die cut a rectangle from Chili Pepper and Ballet Slippers cardstock. I cut the rectangles in half and attached to the larger white cardstock. 

Then I cut a white heart using the Stitched Heart Stackables, and a smaller heart from Chili Pepper cardstock. I placed the die onto the red heart and traced it, then cut it out to create a frame. Next, I stamped the images from How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the Coordinating Dies.

I attached the conversation hearts behind the red heart, then glued it to the white heart. Then I die cut the white “sweet” sentiment 3 times using the Scripty Sweet Die, stacked them on top of each other, and attached to the top of my card, then white heat embossed the sentiment from How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On underneath. Lastly, I attached the skunks to the card front using foam tape for dimension.

Candy Hearts Card

To create this card, I began with an A2 white card base. Then I die cut white cardstock using the Quilted Heart Backdrop: Portrait. I layered it over Chili Pepper cardstock and attached it to the card base. I framed the card with a Stitched Scalloped Rectangle Frame cut from Ballet Slippers cardstock; attaching it with foam tape for dimension. Next, I die cut some Candy Hearts using Apricot, Sage Leaf, Sticky Note,  and Ballet Slippers cardstock layered over Chili Pepper to create the sweetest little candies!

And then, I stamped the adorable hugging skunks from Scent With Love, colored with Copic markers, and die cut with the Scent With Love Coordinating Dies. I attached the Candy Hearts and skunks to my card using foam tape. And I finished it up with a Chili Pepper Simple Wavy Banner for the white heat-embossed Scent With Love Add-On sentiment.

Baked With Love Slimline Card

Did you ever wonder how the Sweethearts were made? Bet you’d never guess it was by these cuties, haha!

To make this slimline card, I began by cutting a piece of Bristol Smooth cardstock to 3 ½ X 8 ½” and ink blending the background with Worn Lipstick and Spun Sugar Distress Oxide inks. Next, I created a scalloped frame by first cutting white cardstock using the Scalloped Slimline With Hearts: Portrait. I then placed the rectangular die on top of the white scalloped die cut and ran it through my die cut machine to create a frame, which I then attached to the inked background.

Next, I stamped, colored with Copic markers, and die cut the images from the following sets:
Scent With Love/ Coordinating Dies
Scent With Love Add-On/ Coordinating Dies
How You Bean? Conversation Heart Add-On/ Coordinating Dies
Baked With Love/ Coordinating Dies
A Creature Was Stirring/ Coordinating Dies

I arranged the colored images onto my inked background, attaching some with foam tape for dimension. Lastly, I stamped the sentiment from Baked with Love in Jet Black Ink then die cut the Scripty Love from white and Chili Pepper cardstock, layered them together and attached to my card to finish it off!

Thanks so much for stopping by! I hope you enjoyed this month’s 1 Stamp, 3 Ways! Please leave a comment below or over on Instagram for any suggestions or sets you would like to see featured in the upcoming months.
Big Hugs,
Tammy

Big hugs and thanks to you, Tammy! These Valentine cards are so much fun and bring back lots of great memories!

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Have an amazing day!

Lawn Fawn Video {2.8.22} Marine’s “Scent-sational” Rainbow Valentine

It’s time for another awesome video by Marine! Today she shares a beautiful rainbow inked Valentine! You can watch the video tutorial below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thanks so much for watching!

Marine used pretty pastel Distress Oxide inks to create a rainbow ombré background! Then she inked tone-on-tone hearts using Lots of Hearts Background Stencils. And she added even more detail by stenciling more hearts with Fairy Dust Stencil Paste.

In addition to the cute skunks with Love Letters sentiments, Marine created a custom greeting! She combined Finley’s ABCs, cut from Really Rainbow 6×6 paper with a phrase from Coaster Critters.


Thank you so much for sharing this lovely inspiration today, Marine!

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Samantha’s Scent with Love Lucky Leprechaun

Hello friends! Today Samantha is back with another whimsical design! She shares a fun, good luck card with ideas that are so clever!

Samantha’s sparkly card starts with a green glitter Meadow Backdrop: Portrait. Then she added Puffy Cloud Backdrop and Stitched Rainbow to complete the scenery!

Next, she colored the Scent with Love skunk and the Purrfectly Wicked cauldron (standing in for the pot of gold). I love how she colored the skunk in rainbow colors and then added the top hat. Can you spot the lucky clover?

Thank you for sharing with us, Samantha! This is so much fun!

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Have an amazing day!