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Throwback Tuesday: So many hearts!

There's this stamp set that has my heart...and it's retired.  I was fortunate enough to snag it from last year's Occasions Catalog and maybe you were to.  If you were---don't get rid of it!  Ever.  At least, I never will.  Not ever.  Seriously.

The stamp set is called Sealed with Love and it has coordinating Framelits (Love Notes).  This set goes so well with the trendy heart set that Stampin' Up! released in this year's Occasions Catalog, Sure Do Love You Stamp Set.  This set also has coordinating dies (Lots to Love Box Framelits Dies) that is available as a bundle option.  The trendy watercolor wash and larger heart shapes are awesome to pair with last year's set.  It goes together so beautifully and it makes my heart happy!  (Yes, I said it!)

Take a look at this simple valentine that I was able to make by combining these two sets and turning something that was more traditional (Sealed with Love Stamp Set) into something more trendy:


What do you think?  I love the lined hearts from the Sealed with Love Stamp Set.  I thought I'd use matching colors to pair with the Painted with Love Specialty Designer Series Paper and all the lines turned out trendy and perfect with the stamped sentiment and the little kisses (also from the Sealed with Love Stamp Set).  

This sweet valentine has so many hearts for all the love it has to carry to its lucky recipient!  See more of the Sure Do Love You Bundle here and check out my Pinterest Board for more inspiration using this set.  If you'd love to have it (I did it again!) use Hostess Code NE2VZEQV at checkout for a FREE Gift from me!  Plus, if you spend $50 you also get a FREE Sale-A-Bration item, too!



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