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Sneak Peek: Heart to Heart Bouquet

Stampin up heart to heart punch love you much

Ready for a little heart to heart?  Stampin' Up!'s new Heart to Heart Punch is available to customers as part of a pre-order bundle (save 20%) along with the Love You Much stamp set and Candy Lane Designer Series Paper.  These items will be sold separately (at retail price) when the Stampin' Up! Spring/Summer Idea Book & Catalog is released, Jan. 19.  Click here to order Stampin' Up! products on-line.

Love you much

NOTE:  As of yesterday (the first day for customer orders), Stampin' Up! has sold 9,000 of these charming bundles. There is a back order for the Candy Lane DP, expecting to ship the week of Jan. 5.  If you experience any issues with placing your order for this (or any other) product on-line, please email me.  I can place the order for you manually. 

The Love You Much stamp set offers a triple heart stamp which coordinates with the Heart to Heart Punch.  This made quick work in creating the hearts for my bouquet.  I doodled around the edges and created quick stems with a Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip Marker.  The hearts were applied with Stampin' Dimensionals for a little 3-D.

Stampin up heart to heart confetti
TIP:  Use the Heart to Heart Punch to make quick confetti for an anniversary or valentine card (slip a few loose hearts in the envie) or to highlight a place setting for a special event.

The bouquet panel was matted on Chocolate Chip card stock and I added a snippet of Riding Hood Red/Very Vanilla Ribbon.  TIP:  I used my favorite method, the Stay Put Bow (click here for video tutorial).  However, my Crop-a-dile couldn't reach where I wanted the bow placed. I grabbed a hammer and my large Anywhere Hole Punch, both from the Stampin' Up! Crafter's Tool Kit.  Mission accomplished.

The layout is inspired by today's Splitcoast Sketch Challenge 
(SC208),  The red panel peeking from behind is from Candy Lane Designer Series.  This paper series offers sweet patterns in Very Vanilla, Riding Hood Red, Close to Cocoa, Pink Pirouette.  The Chocolate Chip card base is 4.25 x 5.5 and scored at the top.  Another darling zigzag pattern from Candy Lane is layered on top.

The "hugs and kisses" stamp is from Love You Much, too.  I stamped it on Riding Hood Red, Very Vanilla and Pink Pirouette card stock.  My Paper Snips fashioned an element from each that were adhered and "elevated" using Stampin' Dimensionals.

Stampin up heart to heart punch relief
  Being able to pop out three hearts at once using the Heart to Heart Punch is delightful.  However, it leaves a lovely pattern behind, pretty when tucked inside this card for a little contrast and interest.

So what do you think of my sneak peeks so far?  More to come.  Please leave me a comment at the end of this post.  I would love to hear your thoughts!


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Stamp Set:  Love You Much (Love You Much Bundle, 115405)
Paper:  Candy Lane Designer Series (Love You Much Bundle, 115405), Very Vanilla (101650), Chocolate Chip (102128), Riding Hood Red (111348), Pink Pirouette (111351)
Ink:  Chocolate Chip (100908), Stampin' Up! Chocolate Chip Marker (100071)
Cool Tools:  Heart to Heart Punch (Love You Much Bundle, 115405), Anywhere Hole Punch (Stampin' Up! Crafter's Tool Kit, 104310)
The Perfect Touch:  Riding Hood Red/Vanilla Taffeta Ribbon (111365), Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

15 thoughts on “Sneak Peek: Heart to Heart Bouquet”

  1. I love your posts and it is so great to see what’s coming and the wonderful cards you produce. Keep up the good work.

  2. Hi Mary, just stopping by to wish you & your family a Merry Christmas! Love the card too! G

  3. Wow, I LOVE this! Merry Christmas to you and your family. I am going to have to CASE this idea. Simply wonderful.

  4. This is fabulous! I love the heart balloons and the extra touch on the inside of the card! Love these punches!! Mine should be here any day!!
    Merry Christmas to you Mary!

  5. My first thought when I saw your card was “Oh, WOW!”. I love how you used your punched hearts and the idea for using the punched paper for the inside is such a great idea. Love the card!

  6. here you are on christmas morning posting another beautiful valentine card. ADORE what you did with the inside. between ski slope and frosty day … and now THIS … i am going to have to order TWO packages of choc chip c/s.
    merry christmas, mary!
    blessings, jo ann.

  7. Too cute! What a great use of the hearts in such a whimsical way. I’m not surprised about this DP flying off the shelf, it’s gorgeous. Nice touch on the inside of your card, too. I’ve been trying to do the same to the inside of my cards, too, while trying to use up whatever scraps I have left at the same time. Thanks for the inspiration!

  8. I don’t know how you do it….but you somehow can always make me want what you show! 😉

    I love that card. And when you opened it, we got another goodie surprise. Great card.

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