Valentine’s Day by Shirley

If you are like me you like to get your money’s worth from your purchases. This also applies to my SVG purchases. I always love when I can create more than one project from the same file. 

Today I am sharing how I used “Cupid’s Cloud” and “Hearts in Circle Frame” in two different ways. Both patterns can be found in the Valentine category.

For my projects I made a 12 by 12 inch scrapbook layout and a 5 inch stand up frame.




Hearts In Circle Frame from My Scrap Chick

Cupids Cloud digi stamp from My Scrap Chick

For the stand on the back I used Flower Frame from MSC ( you could use one from any frame.)

“Rock Candy Glitter Paper ” by COLORBOK

Image printed on Spectrum Noir Cardstock by Crafter’s Companion

Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers

Adhesive, foam tape and foam dots

The frame file and digi image were uploaded into Design Space. The frame was cut at 5 inches from the glitter paper.  I used print then cut to make the digi image 4 1/4 inches long, then colored it with my Spectrum Noir Alcohol Markers. 


My second project was a 12 by 12 scrapbook layout.


Products Used  Cupids Cloud svg from My Scrap Chick

Hearts in Circle Frame from My Scrap Chick

Patterned cardstock is “Hello Love” by Crate Paper

Solid  and glitter cardstock from Recollections

Your favorite inks

Black and white gel pens



I used two shades of pink as the background layers for my layout. I added an 11 1/2 square of the arrow print centered on top. The frame was cut 9 1/4 inches square using the same shades of pink for the bottom two layers as were used for the background. The top layer is white and the second layer is cut from the pink heart print. The cut out hearts from the frame were used for the corner accents on the layout. 

The Cupids’s Cloud paper piecing was sized at 6 inches. Everything except the bear was cut from glitter paper. The finished bear was attached to the upper left of the frame with the little hearts scattered down the left edge of the frame.  The frame was then attached to the center of the page. 

Be sure to visit my blog at Scrappy Sam Designs where I share more great info.


Thanks for stopping by. If you liked my projects please let me know. I welcome your comments.




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