Heart-Shape Cards with Lawn Fawn

Welcome back everyone! Today I have a video showing you how to create a heart-shape card. I think shape cards are so much fun! It’s just something a little different and not expected when the recipient opens the envelope.

VIDEO

You can view the video down below or HERE on my Youtube channel.

CARD DETAILS

For this card, I’m using images from Eggstra Amazing Easter and You’re Just My Type. I stamped the images in Jet Black Ink onto white cardstock and colored with copic markers. The little hearts on the paper are stamped in Ballet Slippers and Merman Ink.

Be sure to check out the video how I made the shape card. I’m using the Lacy Heart Stackables, Outside In Stitched Heart Stackables, Stitched Hillside and Just Stitching Hearts.

To bring out the stitching a little on the hearts in the background, I lightly ink blended Wild Rose Ink over it.

So simple and super adorable right?! The Lacy edge reminds me of a classic Valentine.

Hope you enjoyed today’s inspiration!

SUPPLIES

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2 thoughts on “Heart-Shape Cards with Lawn Fawn

  1. Sharon Dolan says:

    Cute, cute and too cute! Thank you for the easy to follow video.
    I love how you listed the Copic markers and went just slow enough coloring to me follow, stop the video, and start again. I’m art challenged!
    I’m so glad I subscribed!

    Like

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