Handmade Valentine Card Idea

Hello Everyone ~ would you like another Handmade Valentine Card idea?

I was playing yesterday working on my newest online card class.  I can’t wait to show you how to make these cards.  Early Bird Registration opens in 2 days so be looking for the post!  You won’t want to miss this class.

This week we had a color challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments Paper Crafting Challenges.  When I saw these colors I knew I had to create a Valentine card.

We have quite a few products that are perfect for Valentine cards.  The Scripty embossing folder adds a touch of elegance to your Valentine card.  It is subtle so the background does not overpower your card.

The True Love dsp has great black and white patterns that will coordinate with any color you choose.  I love combining the polka dot and the striped pattern for some added interest.  Using it with red is a great way to give your Valentine a pop!

Coloring the rhinestones with your Stampin’ Blends ensures you have the right color embellishment for any card you make.  When you add them to black and white designer series paper they really stand out on your Valentine card.

To finish off your card you can use the Heartfelt bundle.  The heart images range from lacy to solid.  The coordinating punches ensure your hearts are cut out perfectly.

All of these products ensure you make a fabulous Valentine to send out.  Using them helped me create this great Handmade Valentine Card Idea.

Features of the Card

  • Heartfelt bundle
  • card base ~ White – 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ scored at 4 1/4″   and   scrap for stamping and punching
  • Basic Black ~ 2 1/8″ x 4 1/8″
  • Bermuda Bay ~ 1″ x 4 5/8″
  • Blushing Bride ~ 4″ x 5 1/4″
  • True Love dsp ~ polka dot pattern – 2″ x 4″   and   striped pattern – scrap for punching
  • Rhinestones
  • Real Red Blends

Doesn't that scripty background make this an elegant Valentine? I love the addition of the nontraditional color in with traditional ones to make this pretty Handmade Valentine Card Idea.
















These lacy hearts are perfect to decorate the inside of your Valentine card and your envelope. Make sure you check out the Handmade Valentine Card Idea to see how I used a nontraditional color along with tradtional ones for an elegant Valentine card.









Did you see the other Valentine cards and coordinating treat holder I shared?  Check out this idea that would make the perfect masculine Valentine.

Here is your shopping cart of all the supplies I used on today’s card.  Click on the Add All To Cart and then pick and choose what you need to order.


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Did you like the nontraditional color on today’ Valentine?  I hope it inspires you to try a color combo of your choice.  Have a Terrific Tuesday!




  1. Great Card!

  2. So pretty Robbie – I love how each of the colours has a defined role on your card. You can never have too many Valentines!

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