Creating Traditional Valentines Cards Using Kat Scrappiness Layered Hearts

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Layered Hearts Valentines CardsHave you seen the new release from Kat Scrappiness yet? She has some great new shapes and double stitched heart dies. But I think it’s easier to show you how a card using these dies looks like. That’s why I created two layered hearts cards πŸ˜‰

I started by grabbing a regular white piece of card stock and running it through my die cut machine with the largest of the new Stitched Fancy Scalloped Rectangle Dies. I also used the second largest of the Double Stitched Heart Dies to cut a heart shape from masking paper.
Kat Scrappiness Dies

Now I added the mask onto the white piece and ink blended the lightest pink shade I had through a CC Designs stencil.
Adding Distress Ink through a stencil

On to the actual hearts. I picked several sheets of the Doodlebug paper. Because I wanted to create some Valentines cards, I chose pink and red colors. To create the layers, I die cut each sheet with a different size of the Stitched Heart die and adhered them together.
Hearts die cut in different sizes with Kat Scrappiness Double Stitched Heart Dies

Here is the final card, all layered together.
Layered Valentines card with Doodlebug paper

At the end I had several sheets of paper left over, so I decided to create a second card with the layers going inside. This time I used foam tape to make the layered effect even more visible.
Layered hearts Valentines card with Doodlebug paper and Kat Scrappiness die

Finally, I added a few sequins on top and decided to skip a sentiment. I guess the layered hearts are convincing enough πŸ˜›

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Close Up Layered Hearts Valentines Card
Close Up Layered Hearts Valentines Card

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