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Story Card Sunday: Love Bird

Hi everyone!

Sunday means it is time for another installment of Story Card Sunday. Today's Story Card is on the sweet side!

A handmade card made with stamps and dies from Technique TuesdayImagine putting this one on a scrapbook page about your favorite couple or in a pocket page showcasing February's activities. It would also look on a Valentine's Day card!

It was easy to make with Technique Tuesday's clear stamps and steel dies. Let me show you how.

Cut the Love Bird die out three times from three different colors of cardstock. If you want to sauce things up a bit, use wool felt rather than paper. It works great with steel dies. Keep the hearts from two of the birds. Discard the third. You'll also want to cut one line of strings with the Heart Strings steel dies and two base cards with the Story Card dies.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayWe'll start by making the bird. Arrange two of the birds together like so. Cut off their feet. You'll see why in a minute.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayAdhere the third bird to your bird stack. You'll end up with something like this. Set the bird aside.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayCut off part of one of the base cards. Adhere the bottom of it to the second base card like this.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayAdhere the string of hearts to the top of the base card. Add the felt hearts.

Stamp a small sentiment to the left of the hearts. The one I used is from the Planner - Kiss stamp set. Snip off the ends of the heart strings.

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayAdhere the bird to the Story Card. Finish the card by adding some gems or enamel dots to it!

A Story Card Sunday tutorial from Technique TuesdayI hope you enjoyed this week's Story Card Sunday tutorial. Tune in next week to learn how to make another one!

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