Wednesday, January 21, 2015

[Video] 5 Minute Artfully Sent Cricut Valentine

Back with another fun Valentine's Day card using the Close to My Heart Artfully Sent and Art Philosophy cartridges!

I went with the red, pink, teal and white color scheme - red and teal is a hot color combo today and I thought it would add some whimsy to the project.

Below I have a video showing how to make this card.

Here are the cuts I used (including the Design Space image code numbers):



I used these products to make the card:

Forever in My Heart:

 Close to My Heart Art Philosophy Cricut Cartridge Bundle:

Check out the video below on how to make this card (click HERE if you can't see the video):

 


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January stamp of the month, shown above, for just $5!

You can order on my shopping site HERE.

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44 comments:

  1. The color combo is likable. Today I posted my Pop-Up Valentine:
    http://createdbysunshinehoneybee.blogspot.com/2015/01/valentine-heart-pop-up-card.html
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  2. I like the red, teal and white. Especially better than red, pink and white when making a card for my hubby. Thanks for the recent Valentine inspiration and the fun giveaway!

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  3. I Love the Combo it is gorgeous...it's because of you that my color creativity levels have come from a 1 to a 10
    so absolutely it's awesome just loved your daughter comment tho...and your reply was so cute. Love your card it totally rocks!! Love your posts and video. Thanks for a chance for a cutie patootie giveaway!! YOU so ROCK!!

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  4. I like the teal added with the pink and red. It looks great. Can you say where someone might be able to get that CTMH backing paper. It looks like a great background for measuring and for stamping before doing your actual product. I am a consultant too for now. Thanks!

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  5. I don't HATE it , but something about it has always bothered me - not sure what! LOL

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  6. I could use the red/teal combo on every card, too, if I thought people wouldn't notice. LOL I had not thought of a visual color triangle before, so thanks for that teaching moment! I think your card is fab.

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  7. Cute card Joy! I love the red and teal color combo.

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  8. What a pretty card! I love the color combo!

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  9. What a sweet card. Turquoise is my favorite color, too. I don't thik I can resist ordering the Forever stamp set any longer!

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  10. Love your pretty valentine and look forward to seeing your future ones! I really enjoy your videos! As for the color combo, I'm okay with it. I love teal, but I like it better with other combos. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I like the combo. The teal adds visual impact to the card.

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  12. I found the CTMH desk pad - never mind!!

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  13. Feeling neutral about this color combo...don't hate it, but not crazy about it either.

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  14. I quite like it, the teal adds a twist to traditional Valentines colors.

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  15. I really enjoyed the video, and the color combination is wonderful! Especially for a man's card. Thank you for all of the wonderful inspiration. BethAnn .

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  16. I do like the color combo. Teal has always been a favorite color of mine and it looks great in the cmbo. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  17. I'm a fan of the teal and red.

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  18. Love that color combo! Beautiful card.

    Leslie

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  20. I think the teal adds I nice twist to the usual pink, white, and red mix and is a great card to give a *guy* (by adding a more masculine color)

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  21. Love card kits as everything you need there, no searching. Easy Peasy!!!

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  22. I am not a lover of this combination but would try it for sure

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  23. Love the teal with pink and red! It adds a touch of surprise to the usual red and pink!

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  24. I think the Teal with Pink & Red gives it a Fresh look for that card. I also like the feather stamp set. I will be trying to make some Valentine cards this year, but haven't started yet. Thanks for all your cute idea's & inspirations!

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  25. Oops...I also love card kits! I enjoy laying it all out, figuring out what to do & then creating while putting them together. I've had my eye on that Workshop on the Go Heartstrings Cardmaking kit for awhile now. Would love
    to win it!

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