Chatty Valentine Card

Products used:
Distress Oxide ink- Tattered Rose
Micheal’s Glitter Paper 6×6 pad
This Calls for Confetti Chatty Stencil
This Calls for Confetti Chatty Cover plate Die
This Calls for Confetti Love Polymer Clay Mix
Elle’s Studio Stamps


I started by die cutting several of the Chatty Cover plate die in white paper and gluing them together. I added a layer of clear plastic and then another die cut of the Chatty Cover plate in the glitter paper. On my card base I ink blended the Chatty stencil and stamped the “hugs and kisses” by Ellie’s Studio. I also stamped “my valentine” on one of the chatty bubbles left over from another card. I added the Love Polymer Clay mix and added the card base to the shaker part of my card.

Pro Tip:
Hang on to those cut out pieces in dies. Not every shape can be used else where but many are great for the sentiment part of your card. I keep mine in the square snack bags from Walmart.

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