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Simple Valentines!

There is a wonderful selection of Valentine collages HERE at Altered Pages.  Remember you can get them digitally and print them over and over again!

The Glitz Black & White  paper pad and Giant Rhinestones are great for creating Valentines! 

Glitz Giant Rhinestones
Valentine Pattern paper
Red Card Stock
Memento Lux Rhubarb Stalk Red
A2 Cards
Glue Stick
Double Stick Tape
Adhesive Dimensionals
Large Background stamp

Cut the red card stock slightly smaller then the base card.  Using a large background stamp, stamp with Memento Lux Rhubarb Stalk Red The background pattern is subtle stamping red on red!

Cut pieces of Valentine paper and layer with Double Stick Tape. Adhere to the card layering with doily. Adhere doily with Glue Stick!  Layer the images on a piece of pattern paper and adhere to card.  Several of the images where attached with Adhesive Dimensionals.

 Add Giant Rhinestones!!!

If you have a long list of Valentines these are quick and easy... you could have them finished in no time!



  1. These are adorable - you had charming images to work with and you used them to their best advantage! Good job!

  2. Lyneen, they are adorable. Any guy or Grandma of boys would love them!

  3. Great idea to knock them out fast. Love how the doilies work with the images. Super cute!

  4. Adorable! So much better than store bought!!!!


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