Lovely Words “Hugs” Card Idea

Stampin Up Lovely Words Love Cards Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

Today’s card idea doesn’t require any stamps or ink!  I simply cropped the “hugs” sentiment using one of the Lovely Words Thinlits Dies.  The words (top to bottom) are “lovely,” “hugs,” and “friend.”  You can always crop “love” from “lovely!”

Lovely Words Thinlits Dies #143733 – Images © Stampin’ Up!

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STAMPIN’ PRETTY TIPS:

  • The Real Red tulip and Old Olive leaf and stem were cut with the Stampin’ Up! Bouquet Bunch Framelits Dies.  

    Stampin Up Lovely Words Love Card Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • The Lemon Lime Twist “hugs” piece is layered over the tulip using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
  • A touch of Linen Thread adds rustic charm and brings out the Crumb Cake 4 1/4″ x 5 1/2″ card base.

    Stampin Up Lovely Words Hugs Love Card Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp

  • A single Real Red enamel dot (Brights Enamel Shapes) provides a subtle pop of interest.
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Stampin Up Lovely Words Hugs Love Card Idea - Mary Fish StampinUp


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7 Comments:

  1. Sweet card! I love these colors and the layering of the tulip behind the sentiment. <3

  2. Thanks, Brian. The lemon lime and red really look modern and fun!

  3. Kadie in Arizona

    You KNOCKED this one out of the park my friend for LOVELY!

  4. Thanks, Kadie. I think there are lots of possibilities behind the tulip. Bunches of flowers, for example.

  5. Love these colors together. I never would have used them together before seeing this. Sure will now! Thanks!

  6. M – Kind of hard to read what the words on the Lovely Words Thinlits are without looking through the catalog.

    • I agree and shared this in the first paragraph to help out: The words (top to bottom) are “lovely,” “hugs,” and “friend.” You can always crop “love” from “lovely!”

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