Monday, January 29, 2018

Cute "Punny Pals" Valentine's Cards

Welcome!  Making these cute little Valentine cards certainly warms my heart on this cold winter day! I do hope they bring a smile to their recipients.  😊

I used the delightful "Punny Pals" Thin Cuts and Stamp Set (sold separately) to make these cute little 3 x 3 inch cards.  It was fun to mix and match different materials.  This little project comes together oh so quickly and easily.  

I used Bashful Cardstock  (25% off during February!) for my heart backgrounds, and Gold Glitter Paper for small hearts and banners.  Both the Cardstock and Glitter Papers cut smoothly and easily.  Gold Glitter Gems and Twine also add a finishing touch.  

Using the coordinating Punny Pals Thin Cuts is super easy.  I cut my animal shapes with my trusty Big Kick.  A Cuttlebug or any other similar die cutting machine would work. 
After they were cut, using Archival Black Ink, I stamped my images and the corresponding punny sayings on White Cardstock.  It was fun to color these images and add a touch of sparkle with strokes from my Clear Shimmer Brush.  

Basics used include a variety of adhesives, including Bonding Memories, Tombow, and 3-D Foam Tape, as well as my Non-Stick Micro Tip Scissors. 

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, why not make some cute cards? They will warm your heart, and make your recipients smile.  💗

You will help someone smile when you purchase this Punny Pals stamp set, as $7 of each set sold is donated to Operation Smile, a non-profit organization that provides surgeries to repair cleft lips and palates for children around the world.  Get yours today at and smile!  😊


All materials used (and so much more) are available from me at  

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Until next time --

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Have a wonderful day!

Happy Papercrafting,

Gayle Piron

Without love, deeds, even the most brilliant, count as nothing.
Story of a Soul, Chapter VIII

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