They're not just for hearts anymore!!! I'm talking about the Framelits Hearts Collection. These dies are the bomb!!! The little envelope on the front of my card is made from the large scalloped heart in the collection. Below you'll see exactly how to score your heart to make an envelope too!
MAKE THIS CARD!!! If you'd like to make this card - you can join me for my FREE classes!!! There is no fee - just a minimum order of $15. We'll be making 2 other projects too!!! Here are the February dates:
Monday, Feb 13th - Fond Du Lac - 6:30pm
Monday, Feb 20th - Menasha - 5:30 or 6:30 pm
Tuesday, Feb 21st - Oshkosh - 6:30 pm
Thursday, Feb 23rd - Menasha - 5:30 or 6:30 pm
I'm in love with the Everyday Enchantment Designer Series Paper that's available as one of your FREE choices in the Sale-A-Bration brochure.
First I cut a piece of DSP 6 x 6 and die cut the heart.
After fiddling around with my folds for a little while - I came up with the perfect dimensions. Place your heart on the Simply Scored tool and score at 1-3/8 & 4-1/8.
Fold in the sides, turn your heart as shown below and score again at 1-3/4 while the sides are folded in. Fold up the bottom flap and secure with a brad or adhesive.
The bow that I made is pretty self explanatory, but I decided to make a little template so it would be easier for my customers to make.
I made a template that's 2-1/2" wide by 2" tall. I punched a 1/2" hole in the middle and then cut from the hole to the bottom of the template. This made an area big enough to handle the brad I used to hold my ribbon together. I wrapped both colors of ribbon around the template 3-4 times.
Insert the brad around all the layers in the middle.
And just slide it off the bottom of the template. I then inserted my brad through the mini envelope and the Calypso Coral cardstock layer on the front of my card.
Here are a few of the products I used - the Outline Occasions stamp set and the Brad & Ribbon pack are FREE items in the Sale-A-Bration brochure:
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