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Coupons of Love

Love is in the air!  It's getting time to be thinking about those Valentine's gifts for your loved one. I created this coupon book to share with the one I love.  It's a fun and easy gift to make. 
I cut a piece of white card stock that measured 11" x 4" and rounded the right hand corners.  Then, I folded it in half and scored 1/2" from the left side.  Next, I sprayed the paper with Cherry Metallic Maya Road Mist and let it dry.  I stamped the heart on using the Glitz Love Games Stamp Set.   For the inside, I cut several pieces of white card stock that measured 5 1/4" x 3 3/4" and lightly rubbed a Garnet ink pad by Paris Trunk over the entire paper.  I stamped the banners on using the Love Games Stamp Set by Glitz.  I added them to the cover using a double sided tape and finished it by writing in some special love messages that can be claimed by my wonderful husband and adding a piece of Washi Tape to complete the cover. 
The fun thing about this coupon book is that you can write in any messages you'd like.  Want a date night? Make a coupon good for that.   Want to see a movie?  There's a coupon for that, too.  The ideas are up to you!  Be sure to head over to Altered Pages and get everything you will need to create this or any wonderful gift for this Valentine's Day. 
Check out these great Mini Kits!  They'd give you the Maya Mist you need for this project and some glitter to add for even more fun. 


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