It Was Meant To Be

Seriously! Last year I purchased the Heartfelt Bundle and matching Designer Series Paper because the bundle included 2 heart punches, one with a scalloped edge and one slightly smaller with a smooth edge. I knew I would get lots of use out of the 2 punches, especially since they were great for easy layering. I don't regret my smart decision, however, my heart kept going back to the Meant To Be stamp set and coordinating Stitched Be Mine Dies. So, this year when I began thinking about Valentine's Day, I knew right away what my purchase would be. I absolutely love this set…the perfect script fonts, the good sized sentiments, the flower filled heart, and on and on - not to mention the many sizes and details of the dies. You can see why I had to have it, and why it was Meant To Be!

I also love black, white and red together, and this Fun Fold? It was the perfect chance to show off the new True Love Designer Series Paper. I think it's fabulous, and I thoroughly enjoyed putting it all together.

I used Basic Black as my base and Real Red ink for my stamping. The little hearts that are sprinkled on the inside of the card were from one of the many dies in the set. I loved using the scraps from the DSP to decorate my envelope too.

If you don't have this set and are trying to decide what to purchase for this Valentine's Day, I highly recommend the stamps, dies and paper I used here. You can click on any of the links in this post and go straight to the product in my online store. There is no better time to make a purchase all year because for every $50 you spend, you earn a FREE product from the SALE a-bration brochure from now until the end of February.

If you don't have a Stampin' Up! demonstrator, I'd love to be yours. If you are new to paper crafting, getting started can be a bit overwhelming, and I'd be glad to help you navigate wisely through your purchase. If you would like the dimensions for this Fun Fold card, just email me at and I'll share them with you.

Thanks for reading my blog and take care.

Kim Webb