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Hi everyone and welcome to another day of the Papertrey Ink December release countdown! Today I am sharing projects created with my new You Have My Heart collection.

All of the new stamp sets and products that I am sharing today will be available to purchase on December 15th, 10PM ET, at Papertrey Ink.


Last February, my daughter Hana had a Valentine card making party. I had card bases, envelopes, die cut hearts, and a while bunch of fun embellishments laid out on a table and the girls created cards while they chatted, giggled, and had a great time together. When I designed this new collection, I had that experience in the back of my head and put together some products that are perfect for putting together a bunch of sweet Valentines and would be perfect for doing a card making party like my daughter had last year.


The largest heart die cut fits right into this cute little coordinating envelope. There is a lined image that can be stamped onto the heart and sentiments that fit right onto the lines. You could also use the lines to hand write a message on the heart as well. The envelopes include a sweet heart closure detail - I love little touches like this!


So many elements in the stamp set are just perfect Valentine basics and you can be as simple as you want or get creative with lots of layers and die cuts.

I am thinking we might have another Valentine card making party in our future again this year!

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Here is a pair of cards that I put together with the You Have My Heart collection. I used the largest heart die cut as a focal point for the card front this time.


The background is stamped in Fresh Snow ink on kraft cardstock with some of the heart images from the stamp set. The other hearts and arrow are die cut out with the coordinating dies. A tip for cutting out die cuts: back your cardstock with a sticker backing - using a Xyron machine or double stick sheet - before you die cut. Then after you die cut you just have to peel off the sticker backing and adhere it to your project.


The tiny heart die cut will actually cut 12 little hearts all at once so you can create a bunch of heart confetti to use in a shaker card, to embellish your projects, and more. I used them for a bit of embellishment scattered down the right side of the card.

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I did a little emboss resist on this last card this last card that I have to share with you today. To get the sentiment to show through al of the embossing and inking, I first stamped the sentiment in a waterproof black ink. Then I added the scalloped heart image that is stamped in Versamark ink and embossed with clear embossing powder.


I applied Pale Peony ink around the embossed image as well as some ink spatters and a few more stamped tiny hearts. The sentiment shows right through everything!


I used the outer frame of the Mix & Mat: Hearts die collection to cut out the image and then added the arrow frame around the outside. It's popped up on a piece of kraft cardstock and added to a Pale Peony card base.

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You can see more for the Papertrey Ink December release over at the Papertrey Ink blog. From there you can link up to the other design team members to see the projects they are sharing today.

Thank you so much for stopping by today. I will be back soon with more to share very soon!