I’m excited to share my “Heart of Home” layered card trio with you here on the blog today! I just love the soft pinks and grays, combined with the woodgrains and florals in this beautiful collection! I couldn’t wait to whip up a few cards to have on hand for some weddings that are coming up later this summer. I also dug into my stash and pulled out these recipe card dies from an older Pebbles collection. Here’s a look at the entire trio; keep scrolling down for step-by-step instructions to see how easy these cards are to make!
Start with the larger recipe card die and cut a card base from white cardstock:
Next, use the smaller recipe card die to cut two pieces from coordinating papers:
Add the first piece to the top left corner of the card front:
Next, place the second piece so the top portion of the bottom piece is exposed and the tabs are lined up:
Now gather some printed die-cuts to add to the top:
Tie some twine through the tag:
Add the leaves and flowers as shown, then use foam adhesive squares to attach the tag over the top:
Here’s the final card – isn’t it the perfect mixture of casual and elegant? I think it is!
Of course, I never make ONE card when I’m in the mood for card-making, so here’s a closer look at the other two cards. Same formula, similar pieces, different cards:
You can even turn the card on it’s side for a different look:
Thanks for stopping by the blog today! Be sure to keep checking back for more fun “Heart of Home” projects!
Heart of Home “Ephemera Die Cuts”
Heart of Home”From Me to You” Patterned Paper
Heart of Home “Painted Dots” Patterned Paper
Heart of Home “Painted Gingham” Patterned Paper
Heart of Home “Krafted” Patterned Paper