This is the second post for today...please scroll down and check out my Valentine's below. Since I was gone for a couple of days...I thought I would load you up with some ideas...ha!
I actually just rediscovered this site for card positioning systems. It is a great place to go and get inspiration and if you feel like it participate in a sketch challenge. I made another valentine, I should have them about done pretty soon...ha! You can check out the sketch on the right side of the cps page linked above. The card base is pink pirouette. I layered it with chocolate chip. The stamp set is from Verve stamps and is called Hearts on Fire. The square in the corner is a piece of chipboard (really old SU) covered in designer series paper from the Bella Rose collection. The little heart in the center of the stamped swirly heart is from the corner of that chipboard (covered) and is also covered in the same paper. The saying is stamped in riding hood red and then overstamped with chocolate chip on the reverse side of the polka dot paper (also patterned). I punched it out with the purple size of the marvy uchida scalloped rectangular punch. The border is made out of the patterned paper using the Martha Stewart large heart punch edge. The little hearts are left over from punching out the border. The ribbon is dark chocolate satin from PTI. The swirly heart is stamped on whisper white in riding hood red and then cut out.
Thanks for stopping by and Happy Stamping!