INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Crumb Cake card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. 2. Stamp 1 large flower and 2 small flowers on Whisper White card stock using Rose Red ink. Cut them out with the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits. Attach them to the Wood Heart Frame with Glue Dots. 3. Choose your patterned paper by holding your decorated Wood Heart Frame over the different patterns in your Paper Stack. 4. Cut the patterned paper you chose at 3″ x 6″. Put SNAIL on the back long edges and a strip down the center. Angle the paper the way you want it. Mine has about 1/2″ on the lower and upper edges. Add your Bow on a Paper Clip before you press down the adhesive well. Press down the paper so the adhesive stick. 5, Put 6-8 Glue Dots on the back of your Wood Heart Frame and attach it to the angled paper. 6. Stamp some small Hearts on your card front in Rose Red ink.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Cut your Blushing Bride card base at 5-1/2″ x 8-1/2″. Score and fold at 4-1/4″. Watch this Video for more information on making card bases. 2. Cut your Pink Pirouette card layer at 4″ x 5-1/4″. Run through the Big Shot with your Happy Heart Embossing Folder. Color the sides with either your Rose Red Ink Pad or Rose Red Marker. Glue to your card base. 3. Heart. Stamp the Flowered Heart with Wild Wasabi ink on Blushing Bride card stock. Cut out with your Paper Snips. 4. Lay your cut out Flowered Heart on top of your Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper. Cut out a Glimmer Paper mat about 1/4″ larger than your Flowered Heart. Attach the two Hearts with Dimensionals. 5.Flowers. Stamp on Blushing Bride card stock:
~1 large Flower in Rose Red ink
~3 small Flowers in Rose Red ink
~2 small Flowers in Blushing Bride ink
~Cut out with coordinating Thinlits
~Add Dimensionals to the back of all Flowers and attach them to the Flowered Heart.
~Add Pearls to the center of each Flower. 6.My Valentine. Put the My Valentine and the long flower & vine stamps on a D Block.
~Color with the Rose Red Marker and the Wild Wasabi Marker. Remoisten by breathing on the colored stamp with your mouth wide open for several breaths. Stamp on Blushing Bride card stock.
~Cut out using the large Chalk Talk Framelit. Place your top cutting pad only on the part of the Framelit you want to cut. Run through your Big Shot. Now reverse the top cutting plate, lining up the cut lines with the inside of the Framelit until it is in the position you want. Again, only place the top cutting plate over the part that needs to be cut. Run through your Big Shot.
~Lay our cut out My Valentine on Blushing Bride Glimmer Paper and cut out about 1/4″ larger on each side. Trim the corners last.
~Attach the card stock and Glimmer Paper together with Dimensionals.
~Add a small Pearl to the center of the Flower, as shown. 7. Lay out the Flowered Heart and the My Valentine in the positions you want them. Attach to card front with Dimensionals. 8. Punch three small Glimmer Paper Hearts with the Itty Bitty Accents Heart Punch. Attach to card front with Dimensionals on top of embossed Hearts. 9. You now have an elegant Valentine to give to your BFF or another favorite woman in your life.
I have really enjoyed using the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlit and the coordinating stamp set, Bloomin’ Love. This detailed Bloomin’ Heart Thinlit is quick and easy when you use the Big Shot Die Brush and your Bone Folder.
INSTRUCTIONS: 1. Choose the green you want to cut with your Heart Thinlit. 2. Big Shot cutting sandwich: Magnetic OR Multipurpose Platform, Precision Base Plate, card stock, Thinlit with cutting side on card stock, FLAT cutting plate (this makes a huge difference!!). Run through your Big Shot at least once, twice if it didn’t cut all the way. If you can peel off around the Heart, then it cut all the way. If not, just stick down and run through again making sure everything is lined up properly. 3. Take your Thinlit and card stock and place them on the Big Shot Die Brush foam pad and firmly roll the Die Brush over the Heart Thinlit. You can run the Dir Brush over both sides if you need to. The goal is to get most of the excess card stock to separate from the rest of the card stock. When you get an edge so it peels up you can peel up the rest. If it is a little stubborn, you can slide your Bone Folder between the card stock and the Thinlit. This should separate the piece that you want from all the little pieces you don’t want. 4. Choose the ink color(s) for your Flowers. I used the solid ones from the stamp set. Pay attention to the little points on the stamps and put those so they face the same direction. These will help you line up the Flower Thinlits tabs so you can get the Thinlit lined up with the stamped image more quickly. You will need two large flowers and three small flowers. Stamp and cut out with your Big Shot. 5. Put Stampin’ Dimensionals on the back of the flowers and on the back of the Heart in the flower area. Attach the Flowers to the Thinlit. 6. Cut your Designer Series Paper at 6″ x 12″. Make a Large Gift Bag. Watch This Video to show you how. Just make your score lines on the “L”. Punch holes on each line that is the side of the Back and Front. Skip the center pleat lines. Make sure and punch holes at both edges too. 7. Now attach your Heart Thinlit. You can hold a Clear E Block inside so you have a flat surface to press against while attaching your Heart. If you think ahead, you can do this when your bag is flat. The Bag Front has a pleated side on both sides. You score the Bag Back first. 8. Put in your treat or small gift now. 9. If you punched accurately, you can pinch your sides together and see all the way through the holes. This means you only have to thread your ribbon through holes on the left and then on the right (or reversed). If you are not so lucky, pinch the front half of the side together and thread the ribbon through, then the back half of the same side and thread the ribbon through. Repeat with the other side. 10. Pull your ribbon tight and tie a bow. Trim the ribbon ends. You can add a tag if you want. Your Bloon’ Heart Gift Bag is now ready to give to someone special.
Happy Heart Making! Nendy Kerr
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