At first I thought I would make a Valentine’s card so I flipped through my DSP (designer series paper) to find something that would work with hearts and I happened to see the little girl from the Birthday Delivery DSP and thought, oh she would be perfect to set across the two sections of the sketch. In addition to the little girl, I still wanted to use hearts and so cut some out with the Sweet and Sassy Framelits. The polka-dot stamp pattern is from our new Heart Happiness stamp set in the 2018 Occasions Catalog.
At first I couldn’t find a sentiment I like but found one from our exclusive Ronald McDonald House Sharing Sweet Thoughts stamp set that worked perfectly. Stampin’ Up! donates $3 for every Sharing Sweet Thoughts stamp set sold.
Finally to bling it up a bit I added a ribbon and silver sequin to set off the two sections.
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People always say to me “You are so creative”. But not really. Creativity is something we all have. The more you work at it the easier the ideas come. I love sharing what I create here on my blog but mostly I want to encourage you to be creative too. Do something creative everyday and see where your imagination will take you. You can start with this sketch.
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