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Feb 12, 2011

Lawnscaping Valentine Challenge

This is the weekend of love... so I thought I'd share another Valentine I made using Lawn Fawn's My Silly Valentine set.  Right now, there's a fun Lawnscaping challenge going on with the theme of love - so if you need to make some last minute Valentine's Day cards, you might want to give it a try!

These little socks are just the cutest things I've ever seen!  :)  Hope you have a sweet weekend!

Cardstock:  (turquoise, blue, green) Bazzill; Stamps: (Socks, sentiment – My Silly Valentine) Lawn Fawn (row of hearts – Fly Free) Unity Stamp Co.; Ink:  (Prussian Blue chalk ink) Clearsnap,  (Brown Sugar) Jenni Bowlin for Ranger; Coloring Tools:  (red marker) Copic; Embellishments:  (frame – Blue Cameras Rub-on) Studio Calico, (brown string) craft supply, (woodgrain chipboard frame) Sassafras, (lined sticker – Anthology Die Cut Stickers) Studio Calico

  • 1.       Make card from cardstock.  Cover with blue cardstock.
  • 2.      Mat green cardstock with turquoise cardstock.  Adhere to card.
  • 3.       Trim and apply frame rub-on.
  • 4.       Stamp sentiment and row of hearts.
  • 5.       Stamp socks onto lined sticker.  Color hearts with marker.  Adhere chipboard frame over image.  Trim excess sticker and adhere image to card using dimensional foam adhesive.
  • 6.       Tie string around card.


  1. What a fun Valentine card! I have a hard time coming up with non-girlie Valentine cards...this is great and funny too.

  2. This looks soo special, not just like the "ordinary" love-themed cards with reds and pinks =) A great card to give to a man, I would think =) TFS!

  3. Oh Julie! This is so cute! I love this card and the fun colors! Love the chipboard and frame! This is fabulous! Thank you so very much for playing along with us at Lawnscaping! And I have to say, your blog is absolutely adorable. Love the background, the birds, love it all!


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