I was looking through my stamps and realized that I hadn’t used the adorable Let’s Roll stamp set in awhile and thought it would make a cute Valentine’s Day card!
I started by stamping the soy sauce bottle, ebi sashimi, heart, and tray onto Neenah cardstock and colored them with copics. I added a little clear wink of stella glitter to the heart, soy sauce, and shrimp and then added a thin layer of glossy accents to those areas and set them aside to dry. I stamped the sentiment with a word from the Let’s Roll stamp set and letters from Jessie’s ABCs and die-cut it with a speech bubble from A Birdie Told Me.
Next I stamped the cherry blossoms across the kraft card base with Lawn Fawn Lobster ink and then stamps the same flowers onto a smaller piece of vellum and heat-embossed them with white embossing powder. I die-cut a frame of red cardstock and created a shaker card with flora confetti and gilding from The Ton Stamps. The vellum overlay creates a subtle shaker and resembles rice paper shoji screens which are very typical in traditional Japanese homes (and commonly found in Americanized Japanese restaurants)!
I love the sparkle and shine from the wink of stella and glossy accents! Once the glossy accents was completely dry, I die-cut the heart with another speech bubble from A Birdie Told Me and then adhered the pieces with foam mounting tape to finish the card!
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