Punch 911

Valentines for you…

Hi everyone! Wendy here and today I'm sharing with you a card that I created with the hearts from Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch # 911

Luv ya

In order to create the heart background, you're going to need a lot of heart punches. Using a rainbow of colored cardstock, punch #911 saving the hearts. 

Hearts punches

To line the hearts up perfectly, I used a little trick. I stamped a polka dot background on a piece of cardstock to use as a guide to glue my hearts. If you don't have polka dot stamp, you could always use graph paper. Holding the graph over your cardstock, poke a hole at each of the intersecting lines into your cardstock. 

Hearts dots

When you're done, trim the heart background. Add a piece of contrasting cardstock, ribbon, bow and a sentiment and you have a Valentines Day card. 

Heart closeup

Take another look at your punch scraps and see what cool background papers you can create with them! 

Wendy Price

Paper, Ink and Smiles

4 thoughts on “Valentines for you…

  1. GinniG

    What a clever idea!!! Well worth the time and effort! LOVE the card!

  2. Linda Beeson

    No way! That looks like a whole lot of work but it turned out oh so adorable!

  3. Bev

    really cute idea to use the heart pieces, very patient to glue them all but the finished piece is beautiful

  4. Lisa Spiegel

    How CUTE!!!

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Punch 911

Valentines for you…

Hi everyone! Wendy here and today I'm sharing with you a card that I created with the hearts from Kreaxions 4 in 1 Punch # 911

Luv ya

In order to create the heart background, you're going to need a lot of heart punches. Using a rainbow of colored cardstock, punch #911 saving the hearts. 

Hearts punches

To line the hearts up perfectly, I used a little trick. I stamped a polka dot background on a piece of cardstock to use as a guide to glue my hearts. If you don't have polka dot stamp, you could always use graph paper. Holding the graph over your cardstock, poke a hole at each of the intersecting lines into your cardstock. 

Hearts dots

When you're done, trim the heart background. Add a piece of contrasting cardstock, ribbon, bow and a sentiment and you have a Valentines Day card. 

Heart closeup

Take another look at your punch scraps and see what cool background papers you can create with them! 

Wendy Price

Paper, Ink and Smiles

4 thoughts on “Valentines for you…

  1. GinniG

    What a clever idea!!! Well worth the time and effort! LOVE the card!

  2. Linda Beeson

    No way! That looks like a whole lot of work but it turned out oh so adorable!

  3. Bev

    really cute idea to use the heart pieces, very patient to glue them all but the finished piece is beautiful

  4. Lisa Spiegel

    How CUTE!!!

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