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Tiny Bit of LOVE!

This little bit of LOVE is four inches tall at its highest point.  The Rubber Stamp Depot are wonderful etched red rubber with detailed designs.

Small Specimen Bottle
Red Glitter
Tacky Glue
Rubber Stamp Depot Winged Heart Stamp
Rubber Stamp Depot Crown of Love
Rubber Stamp Depot Heart Within
Gelatos Passion Fruit & Metallic Gold
Water Brush 
Pirates Gold Embossing Powder
Black Cardstock
Black ink
Dew Drops
Silk Leaves
Tooth picks

Fill a Small Specimen Bottle with Tacky Glue, covering the inside of the bottle with the glue.  Pour in a lot of Red Glitter swirl it and shake it so all sides are covered with glitter inside.  Let dry... it may take a couple of days!


Use Black ink on Black Cardstock to stamp Rubber Stamp Depot Winged Heart Stamp Crown of Love and Heart Within
Black ink.

Then heat emboss with Pirates Gold Embossing Powder Fussy cut the hearts!
Use a Water Brush to paint the hearts with Gelatos Passion Fruit & Metallic GoldLet dry.

With Tacky Glue adhere Dew Drops to Silk Leaves

Adhere the hearts to toothpicks.
Finally, arrange with leaves in the glittered specimen bottle!


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