January 13, 2022

How To Create Plaid Hearts For Valentine's Day Cards

 Hello! Today I am sharing how I created my plaid heart slimline Valentine's Day card with dies and a stencil.

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Below is a video tutorial showing exactly how I created my project.
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To create the plaid hearts, I used The Crafter's Workshop TCW955 Buffalo Plaid Square Stencil on a piece of red cardstock and used an ink blender and black ink to create the pattern. As shown below....

This is what it looked like completed. 

Then I used Maker's Movement new Simple Heart Shaker Die to die cut out hearts from the plaid design I created and used the same die to die cut the Love letters from white cardstock. I also used the Maker's Movement Slimline Essentials Die to create the card front.
To adhere it all together using my Xyron Mega Runner and a few foam squares to raise up a couple of the hearts.

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