Stampin' Up Valentine Acordion Coupon Book Card

I wanted to show this adorable Valentine Coupon Book we made in class last Saturday.  Is it a book or a card, either way you label it, its's a SUPER VALENTINE!!  ha-ha!! It folds up accordion style and is just precious, we had such a great time making this!!!






This is the front of the coupon book.  Do you love that ribbon, it ties around and holds the book togehter. Notice how the ribbon is tucked under the doilie? That ribbon is the new natural 5/8" Chevron Ribbon, it's in the new Everyday Mini.







So once you open it, you can see  how it the unfolds, kinda cool!! On each side of the card are little pockets, one side spells out the word LOVE and the other side spells out YOU!! Each little pocket has these coupons that fit right inside, to make it personable.  The little coupons on the side were computer generated, Super cute!!!





I just LOVE the Fresh Prints stack, the colors and patterns are so versatile. I am not sure you can see this, but the Real Red Cardstock was stamped with the Hearts a Flutter stamp set, with Real Red Ink, like a a tone on tone type of look. 



Is that cute or what? The letters really set it off. On the side with "YOU", I put a Red Glimmer heart to balance it out!



This is the back of the book, just like the stamp says "made with love!" I got this idea from Create with Connie and Mary in their Valentine Tutorial.. Hope you enjoyed this!! And I hope you feel inspired.

Items used:
Stamps: Hearts a Flutter, Love you More, Morning Post Alphabet
Paper: Real Red Cardstock, Whisper White Cardstock, Red Glimmer Paper, Fresh Prints Stack
Accessories: Tea Lace Paper Doilie, 1 " circle punch, 1 3/8" circle punch, Scallop Punch, Heart Punch, Hearts a Flutter Thinlits, Natural 5/8" Chevron Ribbon, Linen Thread, Real Red Ink, Crumb cake Ink..

Have a great day!!

Janet Holmes

1 comment:

  1. SO glad your class enjoyed the Valentine Accordion Book! For those wondering, this was one of the tutorials available in the Create with Connie and Mary Valentine Edition. Thanks!

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