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4 Quick and Easy Valentine's Day Cards with SVG Attic







Hello everyone! I have four fun Valentine's Day cards to share using
SWEETHEART CAPTIONS from SVG ATTIC.

What's so quick and easy about this, right?
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa using SVG Attic Sweetheart Captions
All bases for the cards are the same. Kraft cardstock cut to 4.25 x 5.5 matted with white cardstock die cut with CDD Fancy Frame Dies.You can cut and assemble the bases quickly.
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa using SVG Attic Sweetheart Captions
Okay, I know what you are thinking. That's a lot of layered cutting. Here's a tip to make it quick.
Once you decide which captions you want to use go ahead and pull them onto the screen in the software you use. I group all the components of each caption together to re-size(so I have four groups). Once re-sized, you can pick out the layers you want to cut with each color cardstock. Ex. The first two cards bottom layers are red along with the lips and hearts on the third card. Arrange them to cut on the red cardstock at one time. Cutting by color is much quicker than cutting each caption separately.
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa using SVG Attic Sweetheart Captions
Once you started cutting the layers you can begin assembling while the other layers cut.
Created In The Crafting Cave with Lisa using SVG Attic Sweetheart Captions
You can cut these four captions easily in 10 minutes or less. Just be sure to gather all
your supplies and have them handy when you start. With the card bases assembled ahead of time you can attach each caption once you have it assembled. I finished off with a little bling on each card.


Hope you enjoy!
As always, thank you for joining us and have a great weekend.

Comments

  1. These are all wonderful! Even though they are simple, they are still pretty and I love the added touches with the enamel dots.

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    1. Thanks. I'm finding I really like CAS cards.

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