If you like making cards with hearts…
there’s no reason to stop just because Valentine’s Day’s over.
You can make heart cards any time of the year.
I used the New Striped Heart Die* from The Maker’s Movement with several of
their older dies to create several Heart Cards for use with several of life’s celebrations.
Hearts and Love are great anytime.
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Pink Heart Card
- I played with different patterns in the same pink hues to make these simple heart cards.
- I adhered the paper onto white cardstock using my Xyron Creative Station* to make a double layer before die-cutting the heart. It gives the “heart” a little dimension without being too much.
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Rainbow Heart Card
- I used cardstock in several muted colors of the rainbow to create this card. Instead of spacing the stripes apart, I butted them close to each other.
- I used the daisy and leaf dies from the You’re my Jam Stamp & Die Set* to make the flower on the top of the heart.
- I made the Frame using the Nested Stitched Rectangles Die Set*.
Baby Heart Tag Card
- Monochromatic shades of pale blue make this sweet baby heart.
- I used the Large Nested Tag Die Set* to create the tag.
- I trimmed down the bottom edge using the Borders 1 Die Set*.
- I cut the word B-A-B-Y out of white cardstock using the Alphabet Die Set*.
Gold Heart Card
- Perfect to use as a Birthday, Anniversary, or Wedding Card.
- I used a shimmery gold cardstock to create an elegant-looking heart.
- The red rose on the top of the heart was made using the spiral flower die from the In Full Bloom Stamp & Die Set*.
- After I die-cut the spiral flower, I gently molded the cardstock using a molding mat* and a large ball stylus*. I used pointed-reverse tweezers* to wind the flower and curl the leaves.
- Stamp the word “Congratulations” from the Welcome Home Stamp & Die Set* onto white cardstock and die-cut a banner using the banner die from the Message in a Bottle Stamp & Die Set*.