A few months ago, I made this card for my dad for his birthday. I loved how it turned out (so did my dad!), and decided to make one for Valentine's Day. They are not too difficult to make, and I will be showing you how to make my confetti windows (which are also available for purchase and customization in my shop).
+ a pre-made white 4.25"x 5.5" folded notecard (you could make your own from cardstock, I already had this on hand)
+ red, white, and pink papers, and/or vintage-y book pages
+ 2 sheets of transparency material, big enough to cover the heart you will cut out on the card (you could also use page protector material)
+ white sheet (text weight, not cardstock) of paper, cut to 5" x 8"
+ xacto blade
+ hole punch
+ rolling adhesive
+ sewing machine and thread (if you don't have a sewing machine, you could probably just use rolling adhesive... not sure, as I've never tried it ;))
Begin by tracing a heart onto the inside left of the card (so you won't see your pencil marks on the finished card). Cut out with your xacto blade- be careful! :)
Love this so simple and a great use for all of those hole punches! I have so many ideas running through my head. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Nice!!! Thank you so muchReplyDelete
This is adorable. I love anything with confettiReplyDelete
i love it! tfs! =)ReplyDelete
Oh this is lovely! It's perfect for Valentine's Day or any day you want to say you care for someone. Thank you for sharing =)ReplyDelete
That is so clever and cute!ReplyDelete
homemade cards are always the best and this idea is so stinkin' cute!ReplyDelete
aww cute idea, thanks!ReplyDelete
I am definitely going to do this!! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
Thanks for the tutorial!
Simple idea, Endless possibilities! Thank you for showing us how.ReplyDelete