First, using quick drying dye ink for watercolors, I stamped the small square on a piece of scrap paper and a piece of Neenah Premium 110lb Cardstock. It works great when you're doing alot of inking.
Next, cut the square from the scrap paper and lay it over the square on you cardstock using my Tim Holtz scissors. This is called masking. Stamp the giraffe right over the masked image of the square. When you remove the mask you have an empty square. Yipee! I then used the scrap paper and put it over the cardstock so that only the square was showing. Then I stamped a bunch of hearts with my Kaleidacolor ink. Take away the scrap mask and you see that all your hearts are in the square.
I used 3D Crystal Lacquer on the hearts to give them a shiny look. Then I stamped "from the heart...." with a Judith and Heather Skinny.
Judith and Heather always color gray around their images to make them stand out. I used my Tombow marker N95
Next, I used my EK Tools Heart Confetti Punch along to right side of a piece of black cardstock. I then adhered it to a piece of red cardstock. And.................tada....................