The From My Heart Suite is perfect for Valentine’s Day or making cards and treats to share with loved ones throughout the year.
The Heartfelt Bundle is part of this suite and includes the Heartfelt Stamp Set and Heart Punch Pack. One punch is scalloped and layers perfectly with the other. You can also punch the hearts from the Designer Series Paper. How cool is that?!!
The stamp set has some great sentiments! Check out this video to see the different products in the suite along with some project ideas.
The From My Heart Specialty Designer Series Paper has playful patterns with foil accents on some designs. This 30 second video flips through each of the designs in this paper pack.
I used the DSP, ribbon, and heart doilies from the suite to create this fun fold valentine.
Here’s the details to make this fun fold card:
Materials & Measurements
- Real Red: 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 for card base, scrap to die cut words
- Flirty Flamingo: 3 1/4 x 4 1/4
- Whisper White: 3 x 8 scored at 4, scrap to stamp sentiment
- DSP: cut 3 strips 1/2 x 3
- Heart Doilie
- Ribbon: ~ 9″ to make bow
- Fold and burnish score line. Adhere the DSP strips to the Whisper White along the top and bottom on the front of the card and along the bottom on the inside.
- Adhere Whisper White card to Flirty Flamingo Layer.
- Stamp sentiment from A Wish for Everything Stamp set on Whisper White scrap in Real Red Ink and trim with scissors. Adhere to heart doilie.
- Die cut words using Word Wishes Dies in Real Red cardstock. Adhere to doilie.
- Stamp inside sentiment (I used Everything Festive Stamp set) in Real Red Ink.
- Adhere Flirty Flamingo layer to Real Red card base using Stampin’ Dimensionals.
- Make a bow with Real Red Ribbon and adhere on front of card with a glue dot.
- Die Cut envelope with Stitched Be Mine Die.
The heart doilies come in Real Red and Flirty Flamingo or you can flip them over if you prefer white. I love how they are sized to fit the Heart Foil Tins or card fronts. I’m planning to make homemade fudge for Valentine’s Day to give to family and friends. The heart foil tins are food safe and perfect to pour the fudge in and let it mold in to shape! Talk about easy! There’s so much you can do with this suite for year round cards and gifts!
My friend, Michele, is coming over this afternoon to work on making Valentine’s Day cards and candy treats together!
How many Valentine’s Day cards do you make/send? I love to make cards for my family and friends! I also need to make/send 48 treat holders to my daughter for her dorm residents. Even college students enjoy a little sweet treat! Leave me a comment below and I’ll pick a random winner to send a handmade Valentine.
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Day 1 – Diane – Snowman gift card kit
Day 2 – Kim Johnson – favorite Christmas card
Day 3- Judy B. – Wine tag kit
Day 4 – Carol B. – fun fold punch kit
Day 5 -Deanette – votive candle box kit
Day 6 -Virginia McGraw- Pocketful of Happiness gift card note card
Day 7 – *Cathy Rampy – calendar card
Day 8 – Michelle Mallett – Painted Poppies fun fold card
Day 9 – Kathryn Page – retired goodies
Day 10 – ? Could be YOU! – handmade Valentine
*I forgot to post the calendar card winner the other day so I updated the list above! Winners need to email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) your address to claim your prize!
Have a wonderful day!
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13 thoughts on “From My Heart Suite”
Love that you send treats to college! They are never too old for a treat!
Those Valentine treat boxes are BEYOND adorable!
Love the card, Jeanie, and, of course, the treats. Enjoy your day!
Thanks for sharing your treat box ideas! I am a resource room teacher and one of the things my students love the most is the little treats I make for them throughout the year. Can’t wait to get started on making these for them!
Love the card.
You are soooo creative and talented!! I can’t believe you can find enough time in the day to accomplish all that you do!
Love the card….thank you for sharing your ideas with us.
Love the fun fold card. Had forgotten about the Everything Festive stamps! I’ve made almost 20 Valetnines so far…I need to send some to people I didn’t get Christmas cards sent to! (Got lots from people I don’t normally get from.) Thanks for sharing your wonderful cards.
your Valentines are so easy to copy..Many thanks for ideas.
What fun for you to make treat to send to college…Lucky kids..Many thanks
I usually make 8 Valentine cards for my son and younger nieces and nephews, one for my mom, one for my grandma, 18-20 for my co-workers, and then help coordinate the valentine cards that our church’s women’s group makes for distribution at local nursing homes (organized by a local radio station). This year we made about 140 for that, which is just a drop in the bucket compared to what they collect each year! It is a fun holiday for card making!
I am getting a late start on the Valentine’s Day thing. I have the PP kit and ordered the refill so I have even more cute bags for the spring time etc. Too cute. A few to mail out and some to hand out with a chocolate treat. I ordered the set that mentions friend and chocolate. What goodies are you sending for your daughter and her friends? Always on the look out for some fun ideas. It was too late for me to make Valentine’s for kids in the hospital.
Your creativity steals my heart!