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The One with the Pop Heart Card with Concord & 9th

Hello everyone.

This week I have the great pleasure of guest designing for Concord &9th. Today I'm sharing with you the cards I made using the NEW Pop Heart bundle. This bundle comes with the NEW Pop Heart Turnabout stamp and dies.

I can't wait to share with you the cards I made using the latest and greatest from Concord &9th. So, stay tuned this week for more card making inspiration.

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My first card today uses the NEW Pop Heart Turnabout stamp as well as a few of Concord & 9th's luscious inks. I used C9 ink colors in Lilac, Grape Soda, Eggplant, and Sunflower to create my Pop Heart Turnabout stamped background.

Focal Sentiment:

I stamped "hello" from the same Turnabout stamp set onto some C9 Eggplant cardstock with clear sticky ink and heat embossed it with white embossing powder. To cut it out I used a 1 inch circle punch which is the same size as the circles in the background.


I used craft foam and tear tape adhesive to pop up my Pop Heart background onto a Fog card base. This panel is cut to 31/2 x 4 3/4. The circle sentiment was also popped up with foam adhesive.

For my next trick...

I used a Simon Says Stamp Fog card base (size a2) and the heart from the same Pop Heart Turnabout stamp set to stamp some of the hearts directly onto the card base. I used stick clear ink and clear embossing powder to create a tone on tone effect.


I then cut the large heart from the Pop Heart die set and lightly ink blended a little of the eggplant to add a bit of color to the heart shape. I then cute the "me" and the "u", as well as the plus sign from the same die set. I layered them four times to add a bit of dimension.


The heart was popped up onto the card base using foam adhesive. The sentiment was added using liquid adhesive.

Thank you for visiting my blog today. I hope that I've inspired you to create something.

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