Making Valentine’s Day Cards with Gina K. Designs & Therm O Web

Welcome to my first video tutorial of the year! I’m glad you made it here! I’m sharing a new project with Therm O Web… A playful and fun set of Valentine’s cards. I’ll show you how I created them using just 1 Foil-Mates sheet, 1 Fancy Foil sheet, some cardstock and ink!


Video Tutorial

I’ve prepared a video tutorial too so you can watch how I made each card! Click below to watch or click here to visit my YouTube channel and watch it there! If you want to save the list of supplies I used, please click here and visit Therm O Web’s blog. You’ll also find more project photos there!

You’ll notice that each card idea came to life as a consequence of the scraps I was left with by the previous card… I love that! I love that you can stretch your supplies and use every single piece to create something pretty! Also, I used dye ink as watercolor to create these fun splattered background… I may have been feeling adventurous while preparing this tutorial as I did as much as I possibly could with just a few supplies!

A Little Note about this Digital Stamp
This Valentine’s sentiment is from my digital stamp collection and it comes in a set called Floral Heart & Banners.

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If you want to support my channel and blog, feel free to share this post! You can do that through Pinterest, Facebook and even YouTube! Thanks so much for stopping by today. Remember to visit Therm O Web’s blog and subscribe to their newsletter so you never miss a new project tutorial! That’s all for now, until next time!

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