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Stampin' Up! Artisan Embellishments Valentine Card

Have you seen the lovely, new Artisan Embellishments Kit in the Spring Catalog?  The elements are beyond beautiful!  It's little details, such as in this kit, that can really make your creations look amazing.

I love starting with one or two of the pieces from the kit and use that as a starting off point for inspiration.  In the card above, I chose a bit of the pink lace trim and the beautiful ivory resin blossom. 

The embellishments coordinate beautifully with the Hearts A Flutter Bundle (wood, clear) and the More Amore Specialty Paper.  The Primrose Petals Core'dinations and Honeycomb backdrop was a left over scrap from an Inkspiration Classroom project that served as an anchor layer for all those little details. 

Artisan Embellishment Kit
Are you eager to learn more about the details of rubber stamping and paper crafting?

Join me in the Inkspiration Classroom for NEW, exclusive classes each month! The date to order for this month have been extended to January 25, 2013.

And,this month's projects feature the Artisan Embellishments Kit and the Hearts A Flutter Bundle as seen in the card above!

You'll discover how easily you can add those special details
versatile projects that you could re-create over and over again!

Join me on this creative journey...
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It's the artisan little details that take a project to the "wow" level!
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Lisa Brown

Hi Lisette,
Thank you for your question. Yes, I give these cards away but those such as this one, I hand deliver. I carefully insert into a envelope and usually don't seal. Sometimes, I'll make a larger envelope from designer paper so that it will fit easily and adhere it closed. To mail one of these, you would need a larger and possibly padded envelope.
Hope that helps! If you have more questions, let me know!
Warmest regards,

Lisette R.

I love these elaborate cards, but I am just getting into card making and confused. Do you give these out? And if you do, how do you put them in an envelope? Thanks in advance!

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