2/14/11

A day for hearts

Happy Valentine's Day~ I hope you have something planned for your loved ones today. We have very busy Mondays so we actually celebrated yesterday with a dinner that included hubby's favorites - meatloaf (shaped in a heart), loaded smashed potatoes, green beans and red velvet cupcakes. Yum!

This week at Heart 2 Heart Challenges, we want to see your heart - on your artwork, of course! You can include a heart on a card, make something heart shaped....as long as there is at least one heart and uses products from Close To My Heart, it's eligible. Here's my card:


I didn't have any heart stamps so I went a different route. I die cut the hearts with my Cricut using the new Sweetheart paper pack (one of my new favorites) and stitched each heart to the card front. I folded the hearts a little also so they have some dimension. A little sparkle was added below each heart so a teeny touch of bling. Then a simple sentiment was stamped and the outside edges of the card were punched. This was an easy-to-assemble card and I love the results!

I hope you will stop by the H2H site and see what the rest of the team created (they are so crafty, I tell ya!) and then play along. I will be back again soon with one last Valentine project to share. Have a wonderful day, my bloggy friends~

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7 comments:

Lorrinda said...

Mary, this is so sweet! I adore the punched edges, and the little bit of bling between those 3D hearts!
Happy Valentines Day!

Jessica said...

Mary, love your card love those hearts.

Karen Day said...

What an awesome idea! Stitching the little hearts down is such a great touch - and I love that border punch :o)

Lisa Stenz said...

Mary, your card is sooooo pretty. I love the dainty bling on the bottom of the hearts and the stitching and punched edges are perfect! *Ü*

Melanie said...

I love this card, the white canvas for the heart. Very nice.

Krista said...

love the edges on the cards with the design - usually see that kind of detail on only one edge but it's so pretty on two.

Melinda said...

Such an elegant, dainty card.