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For each of the romantic relationships out there， there is a way of showing the love and appreciation of the other person. Today， we have for you two very different handmade Valentine’；s Day cards.
Using bits and pieces， I wanted to create fabulous handmade Valentine’；s Day Cards.My mom is in a nursing home and I like to send her a card a week so I will be sending these to her every few days leading up to Valentine’；s Day.meaningful gifts for mom
Materials？used by Jean：Canvas Corp Red and Ivory Toile paper Canvas Corp Red and Ivory Ticking paper Canvas Corp Colored Burlap –； Red Canvas Corp Natural Canvas Canvas Corp Burlap Mini Shapes –； Round Canvas Corp Greeting Cards –； Kraft Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Red Tipped Rose， Gilded Gold Tattered Angels Gmimmer Mist Starter Kit –； Brights Tattered Angels Pure Mistable Paper –； Satin Scissorszip code pillows wholesale， glue
With Valentine’；s Day fast approaching， here’；s a little quickie you can throw together for your sweetie using your scraps and CCB items! No need for a tutorial –； all you do is layer elements to create your own unique design! Wrap them up in a bow or tie them around a bouquet –； the possibilities are limitless!
Products used：7gypsies Ordre du Jour？Go &； Be paper 7gypsies Architextures Enjoy Stash Paque 7gypsies Architextures Old window paper 7gypsies Architextures Art Wall paper Tattered Angels Glimmer Glam –； Roses R Red，？Grandma’；s House Tattered Angels Glimmer Mist –； Pearl，？Wedding Pink Canvas Corp Red Burlap &； Printed Canvas Cheesecloth Small wooden blanks (approx. 1.25″； x 2″；) Various trims &； embellishments Foam squares，？E6000 glue，？Matte Gel
For this 1st one， I cut out this gypsy from the Art Wall paper and painted the ruffled areas of her costume with Grandma’；s House. I spritzed my little puffy wings with Wedding Pink and added a flowered trim down the side.？I layered paper， then cheesecloth， then a fussy cut rose from the Stash Paque. I added some sparkle with a spritz of Pearl.
This one has a little industrial flare to it： printed canvas scrap， Roses R Red painted around the edges， and a sentiment cut from the Stash Paque.
This gypsy was sized down from the Old Window paper. I painted some Pearl over the areas of her headdress and cut out some pieces from the Go &； Be paper， then added a little crystal embellishment.
With another sized gypsy for a backdrop， I added a piece of canvas trim down the side with a couple red dots and used foam squares to mount a fussy cut Valentine’；s sentiment from the Go and Be paper.
What will your cards be like？ We hope you’；ll share them with us in our Facebook CCB？Collective –； we’；ll be looking out for them!
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