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Hey there Sweet Love.  You are so beautiful...you with all of your pretty flourished labels, delicate hearts, and itty, bitty sentiments.  :-)  Welcome to the February Papertrey Ink Sr Team challenge. 



This month Nichole challenged us to focus on another golden oldie.  I ADORE this set and have used it tons...especially those large labels.  And while this set is stocked with lovey-dovey images and sentiments, the cool thing about it is that it's also very versatile. 

So let's see.  Lovey-dovey? 


My first card is very valentine-y and covered in all of the things you might expect from a card made from a stamp set called Sweet Love.  I paired the scroll-y hearts with the Heart Prints die.  They are not a perfect fit...they are quite a bit smaller, but they nestle inside just wonderfully.  I also stamped the open scroll label onto a Fillable Frames #8 diecut.


Alrighty.  Not so lovey-dovey?


My next card is a birthday card using several elements from Sweet Love.


I stamped the large solid oval onto a Mat Stack 5 diecut.  I used the circle elements from the set to create some fun paper buttons.  A 1" circle punch works perfectly to punch them out.  I added a sentiment from Birthday Basics...

Fun stuff, I tell you.  I just love sets that are so versatile!  Be sure to visit the other Sr. Team girls to see what sweet and lovely things they've created with Sweet Love.

Lisa Johnson
Dawn McVey
Heather Nichols
Michelle Wooderson
Nichole Heady

Happy Valentine's Day
Stamps:  Sweet Love
Ink:  Pure Poppy
Cardstock:  Rustic Cream
Dies:  Heart Prints, Fillable Frames #8
Other:  Fresh Snow ribbon, vintage cream buttons, vintage cream felt, pearl, twine, patterned papers from Making Memories and Crate Paper 

Happy Birthday Buttons
Stamps:  Sweet Love, Birthday Basics
Ink:  Pure Poppy, Ocean Tides, Ripe Avocado, Summer Sunrise, True Black
Cardstock:  Rustic Cream
Dies:  Mat Stack 5
Other:  twine, 1" circle punch, patterned papers from Crate Paper