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Blooming Heart Mother’s Day Card

Posted by Kay Norman on 1st May 2021

Step 1: Cut out 4-5 hearts from desired cardstock colors. I like to many different colors that go together so I can make lots of cards.

Note: I like to keep as many pieces in the heart until I’m ready to use them to make it easier to insert the pieces back into the heart.

Step 2: With all of the pieces punched out of your heart, cover the back with Scrappy tape. Trim excess off with scissors.

When you turn it over it will have sticky adhesive all ready to insert your pieces back in.

Step 3: With a jewel picker or picker up tool add the desired colored pieces into the open spaces.

Step 4: Cut out a stitched rectangle slightly smaller than your A2 size card in a coordinating color and an A2 sized background to back it with. Stamp your sentiment from the sentiment strip included in the die set with black ink or emboss if desired with VersaMark and white embossing powder.

Step 5: Peel off backing and stick on your stitched rectangle.

Step 6: Adhere to back layer and to card base. Use foam squares to adhere the sentiment.

There you go! A pretty Mother’s Day card!

Here are a few others I made:

This one I put some gems on it.

This one below I used two colors for my flowers instead of just one.

Instagram: @kaycbyk

Products Used:

Concord and 9th Triple-Step Blooming Heart dies, SKU: 11074
Scrappy Tape 1 1/2” x 30, SKU: ST15 (you can use smaller width tape as well)
Scrapbook Adhesive 3D Permanent foam squares variety pack, 217, SKU: 1614
Tsukineko Versafine Ink pad- Onyx Black, SKU: VF-082
VersaMark Watermark Stamp pad, SKU: VM-001
Lawn Fawn Embossing Powder - white, SKU:  LF1537
Stitched Rectangle die - any brand works
Cardstock from Spellbinders, Lawn Fawn and MFT.