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Free Friday Tutorial Hearts & Kisses

Happy Friday!  I have a free tutorial for you today.  This card was not designed by me.  It uses the Hearts & Kisses stamp set.

Tutorial Medley Sealed with a Kiss

Isn't this fun!  Here are all the details and measurements!

Hearts & Kisses Pocket Card



Stamp Sets: Hearts & Kisses (154345)

Cardstock: Basic White Thick (159229), Basic White (159276)

Designer Paper: Love You Always (154280)

Ink: Rococo Rose (150080), Merry Merlot (147112)

Tools & Accessories: Kiss Punch (154238), Heart Charms (154282), Clever Clasps (154564), Fluttering Dies (154318), Stitched So Sweetly Dies (151690), Glue Dots (103683), Stampin’ Dimensionals (100430), Tear & Tape (138995), Simple Scored (122334)



Card Pocket: Love You Always Designer Paper 9” x 4”. On the 9” side, score at ½” & 4-3/4”.

Card Base Layer #1: Basic White Thick Cardstock 5” x 3-3/4”.

Designer Paper: Cut (2) 4-3/4” x 3-1/2”.

Basic White Cardstock: Cut (2) using #2 die from the Stitched So Sweetly scalloped rectangle shape.

Belly Band: Basic White Cardstock 11” x 1-1/4”.


Instructions: Card Pocket

Add Tear & Tape to the small side flap and the bottom of one scored section. Fold over and press in place to form the card pocket.

Score the Belly Band at 3” and wrap around the card pocket. Fold the other side of the belly band over, even to the opposite end. Add adhesive to the belly band and glue around the card pocket.

Using the label shape die from the Fluttering Dies, cut (1) using Basic White Cardstock.

Use the small cluster of hearts image and stamp diagonally from the top left to the bottom right using Rococo Ink. Stamp on scrap paper first and without reinking to get a lighter shade of ink.

Stamp the sentiment at the bottom using Merry Merlot Ink. Glue to pocket front over the belly band using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

On a scrap piece of Basic White Cardstock, stamp the lips and one heart image using Merry Merlot Ink. Stamp a second heart image using Rococo Rose Ink. Cut all three images with the Kiss Punch. Glue to label front using Stampin’ Dimensionals.

Glue a Heart Charm using Glue Dots and tucked under the stamped hearts.

Card Base:

Glue the Designer Paper layers to the front and back of the Basic White Thick Card Base.

Glue the Basic White Cardstock layers that were cut with the scallop rectangle die to the front and back, over the designer paper.

Front: Stamp the background image using Rococo Ink on scrap paper first and then on the white layer for a lighter ink color. Stamp the lip image over the background at the top and the sentiment at the bottom using Merry Merlot Ink.

Back: Stamp the XOXO sentiment using Merry Merlot Ink at the bottom and stamp the lips, one of each ink color at the top.

Add a Clever Clasp at the top and insert card into pocket.

There are additional pics on the downloadable tutorial.  Download Hearts and Kisses January 2021 (1)


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