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I embossed the image on a piece of paper, backed it with lavender and wrapped a purple ribbon around it; affixed it to the card: done...

I embossed the image on a piece of paper, backed it with lavender and wrapped a purple ribbon around it; affixed it to the card: done...

Fairly easy -I embossed a piece of photo paper to give it a little gloss, put it on a red card. I wrapped a satin ribbon around and added a small tied piece. Last, but not least 3 purchased glittered felt hearts...

Fairly easy -I embossed a piece of photo paper to give it a little gloss, put it on a red card. I wrapped a satin ribbon around and added a small tied piece. Last, but not least 3 purchased glittered felt hearts...

liked this card, so I made 2 - stamp the flowers on white, add backing using the colors from the striped paper, then add brads and ribbon...

liked this card, so I made 2 - stamp the flowers on white, add backing using the colors from the striped paper, then add brads and ribbon...

Found a pretty strip of floral paper that I liked; backed it with white. Stamped the sentiment on a white circle, backed with blue, backed with white - added a bow and a punched butterfly and that was it...

Found a pretty strip of floral paper that I liked; backed it with white. Stamped the sentiment on a white circle, backed with blue, backed with white - added a bow and a punched butterfly and that was it...

Colorful heart paper backed by a piece of pink cardstock and topped with a purchased raised glittery heart - tied together with a silvery ribbon and an added tag with "Hugs & Kisses" - a Valentine for the grandkids...

Colorful heart paper backed by a piece of pink cardstock and topped with a purchased raised glittery heart - tied together with a silvery ribbon and an added tag with "Hugs & Kisses" - a Valentine for the grandkids...

Liked the paper, had the butterfly, added the ribbon - done...

Liked the paper, had the butterfly, added the ribbon - done...

This card could easily be called "overload" - I picked my background piece (containing most of the colors in the flowers I planned to add; put a neutral strip down the side and added a ribbon; the rest is just pile 'em on until you like how it looks...

This card could easily be called "overload" - I picked my background piece (containing most of the colors in the flowers I planned to add; put a neutral strip down the side and added a ribbon; the rest is just pile 'em on until you like how it looks...

A little more time consuming than some - I used marvys to color the stamp, which I repeated 3 times. Then I "stitched" a border around it. The ribbon goes all the way around the card, the little flower was cut out of another piece.

A little more time consuming than some - I used marvys to color the stamp, which I repeated 3 times. Then I "stitched" a border around it. The ribbon goes all the way around the card, the little flower was cut out of another piece.

Pretty simple; I just used two pieces of paper that sort of went together, color-wise, added a ribbon and a tiny medallion that I had on hand and finished it off with 3 flowers with brads for centers and attached them with Zots.

Pretty simple; I just used two pieces of paper that sort of went together, color-wise, added a ribbon and a tiny medallion that I had on hand and finished it off with 3 flowers with brads for centers and attached them with Zots.

Quite time consuming, cutting all those pieces and backing them and making sure they fit together, and don't forget to add the brads before uou tape it together - adding the ladybug to the center was just icing on the cake (and he's so cute)...

Quite time consuming, cutting all those pieces and backing them and making sure they fit together, and don't forget to add the brads before uou tape it together - adding the ladybug to the center was just icing on the cake (and he's so cute)...

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