Spread a little Valentine’s Day love with an adorable Valentine note card!

This note card has a finished size of 3-1/2” x 5” and can be mailed or handed to your loved one in person.

Petal Pink note card base: 5″ x 7″ scored at 3-1/2″
Bee Paper: 3″ x 5″
Basic White Circle Size: 1-3/4″
Sweet Sorbet banner cut from Stylish Shapes dies


In this video, I’m going to show you how to make a cute little Valentine’s Day note card from start to finish…

Note Card Making Tips:

  • For your note card base, you can start with a premade Basic White note card from Stampin’ Up! and add a piece of Petal Pink card stock that is 3-1/2” x 5” to the front
    You can make your own Petal Pink note card base by cutting a piece of card stock to 5” x 7” and then scoring at 3-1/2” along the longer 7” side.
  • Add a piece of 3” x 5” patterned paper centered on the front. This adorable paper is from Stampin’ Up!’s Bee Mine designer series paper pack. It’s 12×12 paper so you could make 8 of these note cards from one sheet.
  • For the greeting, stamp “Happy Valentine’s Day from the Bee My Valentine stamp set in Sweet Sorbet ink on Basic White card stock. Cut it out with a circle from the Stylish Shapes diesTip: After stamping your image hold a few different dies around it to see which one you like the best.
  • Cut a banner out of Sweet Sorbet card stock and tape it to the note card front with your adhesive of choice.
  • Add the “Happy Valentine’s Day” circle with dimensionals.
  • Inside my pink card base, I added a Basic White insert that is 3-1/4” x 4-3/4”. Stamp the “you make my heart buzz” greeting in Sweet Sorbet ink right onto your white note card or onto the insert depending on which way you decide to go.


How sweet is that!

I hope you’ll make a few Valentine’s Day note cards this year to spread a little handmade love.

Happy Stamping!

P.S. This sweet note card uses supplies from the NEW Bee Mine Suite Collection in the Stampin’ Up! January – April Mini Catalog, along with the following supplies.

Supplies: (click an image for more details)

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