The Sign Language Sentiments 2 stamp set is so versatile. It works perfectly for this Valentine’s Day I created for my husband. In this video, I will show you how I used the Sign Language Sentiment stamp set 2 how I created this card step by step. Whether you like to learn by video (above) or pictorial (below) we have you covered! This is something you can refer back to again and again! Enough “talking” let’s get started!
This is the card we are creating with the Sign Language Sentiments 2 stamp set.
Here are the supplies you will need :
Paper for Hearts
Memento Black Ink
Take out your Sign Language Sentiments 2 stamp set, Paper to stamp on, ink, and stamp block.
Stamp your sentiments on your paper.
Take out your punches and punch your sentiments.
Take our your decorative paper. Using your corner rounder punch, punch the corners on all four sides.
Add adhesive to the back of your decorative paper.
Adhere paper to your card base.
Add a foam square to the back of the smaller heart and adhere to the larger heart.
Using your 1/8″ punch, punch a whole on both of the hearts where you would like to have a bow placed.
This is what it looks like before you add the twine.
Thread your twine from the bottom through the top and tie a bow.
This is what it will look like once it is tied.
Add your foam squares to to the back of the larger heart.
Adhere the heart to the card base.
Here is the completed card using Sign Language Sentiments 2!
Although this is simple to make, I think the twine along with the offset hearts really make the creation sweet and heartfelt. Who wouldn’t love this card. Yes, my husband SURE DID! We hope you enjoyed this creation and enjoyed going on A Creative Journey with Melissa.