Happy Monday, everyone!

I’m continuing in the Valentine’s Day card trend that I started with last week’s Finally Friday video. I have another lovey dovey card for ya. :)

I wanted to create a card with a curved edge on the top, but I also wanted to have some additional pieces inset from the card base. Because I knew it would be easier to cut that design on a cutting machine, I designed the card in the Silhouette Studio software and then cut it out. (Below the MACM at the bottom of this post is another video showing how I created the design in Silhouette Studio).

For the rest of the card, I used a bunch of stuff from the American Crafts Love collection: paper, layered stickers, and paper flowers. Anyhow, enjoy!

NOTE: I cut the card base using textured cardstock from Stampin’ Up! I’ve noted in the past that the American Crafts textured cardstock cuts like butter in digital cutting machines, so I wasn’t prepared for the SU cardstock to do just as well! It worked great! So if you are trying to cut SU smooth cardstock and it’s not working out, try the textured cardstock.


Solid Card Stock: Bermuda Bay and Whisper White (Stampin’ Up!)
Patterned Paper: Love Collection (American Crafts)
Layered Stickers: Endless Remarks Stickers (American Crafts)
Paper Flower: Eternal Delights Paper Flowers (American Crafts)
Ribbon: White satin ribbon (Stampin’ Up!)
White Pen: Signo Broad (Uni-ball)
Cutting Machine: Silhouette

Card Creation

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Silhouette Studio How-To

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