thank you for this stamp - this just needed to be said, once and for all. And, before I come to the real critique, I feel the need to express this: D'aaawwww
Now, for the serious stuff: As I implied above, I really do like the message in this piece. It is simple, yet uplifting, and the wording really puts an emphasis on this "even YOU" part - everyone deserves to be loved, indeed. I like how you added those hearts on the right - they symbolize love and are a nice decorative touch. Also, the fact that you have written the "you" in capitals and the the stamp is missing punctuation marks adds a whole new level to this - it does not have an intended intonation, which is good, and visualizes emphasis.
What could use some improvement is the font you used for that one - while the one you used looks very soft, it is, at this size, quite hard to read. Another point I'd like to bring to your attention is the "glow" behind the hearts and the script - while probably intended as a highlight, it makes the words, especially "loved" and the "you", blurry at the edges which hinders the readibility even more. Maybe it would also work without the glow or just with a highlight in the center behind the words?
I also have to compliment you on the colour choice for this: the soft pink looks appealing to the eye, calming, uplifting and simply brings a smile to my face. The whites are also not distracting, but bring necessary highlights. The still visible texture on the stamp works good with this one because it makes the softness and smoothness of this piece stronger (if that makes sense).
To sum it up, your stamp has a good and mostly nicely executed concept, but the font is a bit of a problem.