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Friday, 8 January 2016

Love Blossoms Valentines Card Stampin Up! UK

Today I am sharing with you a new tool available to all of you that love intricate Dies but hate the business of expelling all those pesky bits of cardstock that refuse to dislodge themselves from the die cut.
Does that sound familiar?
If so you must watch today's Free Video Tutorial that walks you through how to use a combination of using the Precision Plate & the Big Shot Brush, along with a shim here and there  with the assistance of a little wax paper

And what is more, it is incredibly simple and requires very little effort on your part

  • As you scroll down today's blog post, you will find :
  • icons of all the products used to create today's card - click on them to visit my online store;
  • A Video Tutorial
  • & a typed tutorial
Feel free to CASE any of my creative projects (Copy & Paste Everything)

Click on the icons below to view/order any of the products used in today's tutorial

Table built using Product Table Builder by The Crafty Owl - Independent Stampin' Up! Demonstrator.

Watch the Video Below


 1. Trim a piece of Thicker Whisper Cardstock to 21 x 14.8 cms
2.Trim a piece of regular Whisper White cardstock to 13.6 x 9.3 cms
3. Create a border using Old Olive Classic Ink Pad and the floral border stamp leaving a void area to the top left corner
4. Using the Early Espresso Classic Ink Pad, stamp the 'My Valentine' stamp in the top left corner
5. turn over the Heart Die Cut from yesterday's tutorial, and place a stampin dimensional to each of the 4 solid flowers and attach to your card front
6. Add a ribbon Bow Paper Clip from the Love Blossoms Embellishment Kit to the centre of the heart
Mat onto a piece of Real Red Cardstock measuring 14 x 9.7 cms using Fat Fuse Adhesive
Mount onto your card base, again using Fast Fuse

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Kim Tolton, Independent Stampin Up Demonstrator.
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