Simple love card with Detailed Floral Thinlits

I am excited to bring this card project to you all today! In keeping with using general crafting supplies for Valentine’s Day cards, I am combining several dies. In this project, I used Detailed Floral Thinlits with it’s large intricate lace work, Sweet & Sassy Framelits large heart die to cut away a portion of the lacework and Sunshine Wishes provided the sentiment. It all works together for one purpose. I came to this idea by needing a heart to feature on a clean and simple card design. Liking the tone on tone look, I went to what is in my supplies for a die that could fulfill this purpose. Let’s check it out 🙂



For the card base I started off with Thick Whisper White card stock. Once it is scored and folded, it measures 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ (standard US card base). I used a layer of Fabulous Foil Designer acetate that measures 2″ high by the width of the card and finished up with a strip of Gold Glimmer paper. I made a medallion to hold the lace die cuts by cutting a heart from plain white paper, a heart die cut of Kraft paper and a heart die cut of the white lace die cut. This unit has three layers in total which all work together to give it a look of dimension.



To compliment the large heart, I cut a small heart from the same glimmer paper and placed it to the right of the large heart. Sunshine Wishes has several choices of short word dies and I felt love would lend itself nicely to the look of the project. I made one cut from white paper and another from gold glimmer paper. These were glued together and offset a bit to show the dimension. Using these papers in a visual triangle helped to bring the overall look to the card. It’s a simple design that you can duplicate with no problem at all!



Here is a list of supplies I used to make this card project. Links are here that you can click to get product info and purchase items, at no additional cost to you, as well. Thank you so much for your support with your purchase 🙂



Using die cuts in a card project make things quick and interesting. Have you thought of new ways to use your craft supplies? Simple design can help as well. Thanks for stopping by today, I’m glad we can make it together.

-Jenny Hall

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