Eskimo Kisses

I have a question for you: do you wish there were more times in the day for play (and by play I mean crafty time lol)? I do 🙋🏻‍♀️ Today’s card is an easy peasy card that you can make in a snap!

I adore the Eskimo Kisses stamp set from Sunny Studio Stamps and initially had plans to use them for holiday cards, but I figured kisses are a part of Valentine’s Day too so this card is made to celebrate that day! Let’s start!

After stamping and Copic coloring the cute eskimo boy and girl on Neenah Solar cardstock, I fussy cut them, added 3D foam adhesive dots, then set them aside.

Time to create die cuts. I took the polka dot patterned paper and used the large stitched rectangle die to create a panel for the card. After, I took the pink squiggle pattern paper and die cut a circle. To create three different sized hearts I took red cardstock and used the Sunny Studio stitched heart dies. For the sentiment, I took a fuchsia pink piece of cardstock and die cut a banner. I then stamped “eskimo kisses” on top of the banner with Memento ink.

Time to put the card together. After creating an A2 sized card base from white cardstock, I glued the polka dot stitched panel on top of the card base. Next I glued the circle die cut on the left middle side of the card. I placed the images on top of the circle die cut making sure to leave room on the bottom of the circle for the stitched hearts. I glued the three hearts together varying their positions. Finally, I attached the banner to the last attached heart on the right side and glued the entire set of die cuts down onto the card. Now the card is complete!

How easy was that to create? Fun right? Always love an excuse to make an adorable card and what a plus that it’s easily created too! There’s still time to create Valentine’s Day cards and maybe this one has inspired you to do so! Until next time friends Wishing you a wonderfully crafty day 😊

Supplies Used:

  • Paper: Neenah Classic Crest Solar White 80 lb, Echo Park Paper (Hello Summer)
  • Stamps: Sunny Studio Stamps (Eskimo Kisses)
  • Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
  • Copic Markers
  • Dies: Gina Marie Stitched Rectangle, Sizzix Framelits (Circles), Sunny Studio Stamps (Stitched hearts from Window Trio Circles), Project Life dies (banner)
  • Docrafts Stick It 3D Foam Adhesive
  • Scotch Create Tacky Glue

12 thoughts on “Eskimo Kisses

  1. Yay so glad Rida! Simple and quick cards are great – especially when there’s not enough time. Also helps that the stamps are super cute lol! Thanks for your kindness!


    1. Thanks you so much Monica! I appreciate your kindness and support! I adore this stamp set and am glad I am able to use them beyond the holidays lol. Hopefully will be making more cards with them!


  2. What a beautiful and sweet Valentine’s Day card you’ve created Trisha!!! Your creative way to use patterned papers always blows me away and is always so inspiring! And yes, I always wish there’s more time for crafting! Thank you for sharing this wonderful creation and tips on how to make a quick card so perfect for Vday!! ❤❤

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    1. Oh goodness Ana can’t thank you enough for sweet support! This Valentine’s card was so easy to create with such inspiration from those sweet stamps lol! You know I need to make a dent, ahem use, my patterned paper stash and was so glad I was able to use it for this card!


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