Global Stamping Friends Hop-all about LOVE!

Stampin Up blog hop. Stampin Up No Bones About it

Welcome to my blog!  I am again hopping with the Global Stamping Friends, and its all about L-O-V-E this month!  Its February, so we celebrate our loved ones with Valentines and other sweetness.  I did a simple, sweet card using the Heart Happiness set!

Stampin Up Heart Happiness. Stampin Up hearts. Stampin Up Valentines. Valentines day cards. Valentines ideas. Card ideas. Stampin Up cards.

To get the embossed circles, simply take the Polka Dots embossing folder and use a heavy-ish something (I used my salt shaker) to lightly pound over the circles where you want them on the paper.  I did not send this through the Big Shot as I didn’t want too many circles or them to be too embossed, if that makes sense.

I used some white elements in this card, including White Baker’s Twine and Organza Ribbon.  I also used some clear Epoxy Dots!  All in all, a pretty easy card to make, and one where you could change up the sentiment if you needed a wedding or anniversary card.

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Please check out all of the other wonderful cards and projects made by the Global Stamping Friends!

Global Stamping Friends February Blog Hop


  1. Libby Dyson 
  2. Anastasia Radloff 
  3. Erica Jones  
  4. Tricia Butts
  5. Cheryl Algie 
  6. Jan Musselman 
  7. Amanda Farlinger 
  8. Jenn Curtis Charles 
  9. Karie Beglau 
  10. Rachel Macleod 
  11. Amber Thompson 
  12. Courtenay Heuston 
  13. Rebecca Urban  (You are here!)
  14. Amanda Bates 
  15. Claudia Perry 
  16. Kimberley Anne Morris 
  17. Marieke Bart 
  18. Mary Ann Kay Rossiter 
  19. Georgia missy Aubrey-Gaydos 
  20. Christina Walker 
  21. Lisa Henderson 




  1. Jan Musselman | 2nd Feb 18

    Your card is awesome. I like the look of the hearts. How they look tied to the cord.

  2. Amanda Bates | 2nd Feb 18

    Gorgeous card… and love your specifically placed debossed circles… great one for me to try…

  3. Rachel Macleod | 2nd Feb 18

    Love your card, Rebecca. Great layout and fab way to create a subtle embossed effect. Thanks for sharing x

  4. Cheryl Algie | 2nd Feb 18

    Love your card Rebecca and thanks for the great tip on Embossing just where you need a few circles I’ll be trying that !

  5. Jenn Charles | 2nd Feb 18

    Love this card! Simply elegant.

  6. Kimberley Morris | 2nd Feb 18

    I love EVERYTHING about this card!!! I rarely ever CASE someone else’s card exactly, but this might be an exception. Thanks for sharing, especially your selective embossing tip 😀

  7. Lisa C Henderson | 2nd Feb 18

    Great layout!

  8. Tricia Butts | 4th Feb 18

    So cute! Love the way the hearts pop against the background 🙂

  9. Amanda Farlinger | 4th Feb 18

    Great idea on how to use the embossing folder a little differently! It adds just the right touch to your card

  10. Karie Beglau Stampin' Up! Demonstrator | 5th Feb 18

    WOW! Very nice card!

  11. Libby Dyson | 7th Feb 18

    Nice clean and simple card. Thanks

  12. Erica | 8th Feb 18

    why have i NEVER thought to use crumb cake with the red and pink for valentine’s day? Thanks for the inspiration, this is amazing!!!!

  13. Christina | 10th Feb 18

    Wow I love the simplicity of this card. So stunning.

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