Reagan Valentine's Cards | Kim Jeffress

Reagan Valentine's Cards | Kim Jeffress

Love is almost in the air right?! What better way to start off the month of love than with some pretty Valentine cards created with the ever so wonderful Reagan kit.

The pretty pastel florals and hearts in the kit are the perfect way to craft some Valentines day cards! What is even more of a bonus is the beautiful layered hearts and velvet bows…the touch of feminine style. I decided to make 3 cards and because everything was beautifully coordinated they came together effortlessly!

My first card is based around the pink heart paper with strips of the navy and pink and white stripe pattern paper along the left side. I then used a large hole punch to cut a circle from the floral pattern paper and adhered it with foam tape to the right side of my card.

I embellished my card with one of the layered hearts and velvet bows from the kit and added a title with one of the die cuts from the kit.

My second card began with a base of the black and white spotted patterned paper, which I trimmed into a square. I then layered over a smaller piece of patterned paper and clustered some of the floral die cuts to form a base for the floral tag from the die cut pieces. I added the die cut bow and used the alphas to add a title to my card.

My final card begins with a pice of the apricot solid paper that I trimmed to included the white scallop at the top. I then adhered the back and white spotted paper and the pink and white paper which I trimmed into a large banner to create some layers. 

I adhered another of the layered hearts with pop dots to the banner and added the phrase from the die cut pieces and another pretty velvet bow.

These cards took me literally minutes to put together, the colors and patterns in the Reagan kit were a perfect combination to create some cards for the month of Love!


Supplies: Reagan Kit | Reagan Paper Pack | Reagan Die Cut Shapes | Reagan Layered Heart Stickers | Reagan Velvet Bows | Reagan Chipboard Alphabet


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These cards look like they took a long time. So pretty.


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