I’m continuing with my Valentines theme and today I have some Stampin’ Up! window box valentines to share.
The Window Box Thinlits dies (142762) were first introduced in the 2017 Occasions Catalog. The framelits themselves cut out pieces for a box. Included are pieces for cutting designs in the box sides. One of those pieces has a heart shaped design and that’s what I used on my cards today.
Here’s my first Stampin’ Up! window box valentines card:
- This simple Valentine card really shows off the small heart die cut shapes. The large heart was cut using the Sweet & Sassy Framelits (141707).
- The scalloped border edges were made with one of the dies in the Seasonal Layers Thinlits (143751). This die creates an AWESOME border!!
- I used the Petal Palette Bundle (Wood 145973, Clear 145974) for the sentiment and die cut shape.
- Heart shapes from the Brights Enamel Shapes (141680) pack were used for embellishments.
The second card I have to share has a quilt theme to it.
- The heart piece from the Window Box Thinlits was used to cut four quilt squares. I used the 1 3/4″ square shape from the Stitched Shapes Framelits (145372) for the squares. They are mounted on a 3 5/8″ Cherry Cobbler square.
- Sentiment and die cut matte were again created with the Petal Palette bundle.
- Embellishments include Metallic Enamel Shapes (141678) and a Linen Thread (104199) bow.
I really had fun creating my third Stampin’ Up! window box valentines card.
- I used the Window Box Thinlits to create a border for this card. It was a tricky process and took me about three tries to get it right. The die cuts just BARELY fit four times on the 5 1/2″ strip. If they aren’t lined up just right, the result doesn’t look good!!
- I made the stamped heart background using the Heart Happiness stamp set (145769). I stamped in VersaMark and heat embossed with white embossing powder.
- Sentiment is from the Petal Palette stamp set and cut with the Sweet & Sassy Framelits.
- Card color is Powder Pink.
Here are my other Valentine inspiration card posts for 2018:
I hope you found some inspiration in the Stampin’ Up! window box valentines I shared today.