Hi, crafty friends! Welcome to Day 1 of January Release from Neat & Tangled. This release is fabulous and full of amazing products that will be perfect for those any occasion cards or some Valentines.


Today I’m sharing a one-layer Valentine’s Day card that I made using Falling Hearts and Be My Valentine. I wanted the falling hearts to take a main stage, so I stamped the hearts repeatedly to cover the almost entire card front. Then I used a part of the sentiment to support my image.


This is how I put together my card. ①Stamp the sentiment from Be My Valentine stamp set using brown ink. (I used some washi tape to mask off the first line of the sentiment.) ②Stamp the falling hearts with  pink ink. (I used a sticky note for partial stamping near the sentiment.) ③Trace the hearts using Copic Multiliner. ④Color some of hearts using Copic R22 and Clear Glitter Marker. Stamp the heart from the sentiment on some scrap paper and cut it out. Then adhere it on the card front using foam tape.


I created another card using same theme but different color. This makes me absolutely think of warm spring days.


That’s all for me today. Be sure to check out the Neat & Tangled blog to see what the rest of the DT has created. There is also a large giveaway of all the stamp sets and sequins to be chosen from comments all through the week. All release products that we are showcasing this week will be available for purchase in the Neat and Tangled Shop on on Friday, January 16th at 8am EST. Thanks so much for stopping by. Happy crafting!

22 thoughts on “Neat & Tangled January Release Day 1: Valentine’s Day Cards

  1. You have such a stead hand! I love how you outlined the hearts and colored some a little darker, such a cool effect!

  2. Both are so sweet! And wow….great job on outlining the little hearts!!! Love the variations of colors on this design! Well done!

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