Saturday, February 9, 2013

Recycling To Make a Valentine!

Hi, guys! Today I am sharing a Valentine I made for my friend Christine to give to her husband.  They are a family of 3, so I incorporated 3 hearts, the small one to represent their young daughter.  The hearts were actually cut from a Christmas Card I received that I loved.  It was pretty and the patterns on it were many, so I didn't want to just toss it.  What a fun way to repurpose something!



Supplies:
Paper: Desert Storm Cardstock
Ink: Unicorn White
Misc.: Cuttlebug Embossing Folder, Heart Punches, Oval Scallop Punch

I really like the way the background came out by using the Unicorn White ink on the embossing folder (faux letterpress technique).

Hope you have a great day!

9 comments:

Prema Grandhi said...

Lovely card Winnie. I am sure your husband will love it. :) And thanks for all your wonderful comments on my blog.

Xiomara A. Maldonado said...

I like saving and repurposing pretty Christmas cards too. It seems like such a waste just to throw them away. I love the new card you made out of them. So pretty! And thoughtful, especially with the little heart representing the daughter. ~Xiomara of Equis Place

Tamara Tipton said...

Adorable. And I love the thought you put into each creation. Speaks volumes about you love for your friends and family. :)

Margaret said...

Such a fabulous card and so creative to use something that you have to create it.

Marcy said...

Great way to recycle and I have a lot of pretty papers myself which I would love to reuse. Thanks for the the idea and I think I'll try it out! Fabulous card too btw! :)

Anita Houston said...

Nothing wrong with recycling! Love the card and the hearts!

Brie said...

That's such a smart idea! (I hope to do something similar since I saved most of the "fronts" to our wedding cards, but as of yet I just have a big pile of colored cardstock!)

Kathy said...

I love how the hearts pop out!!

Kathy
http://gigglingtruckerswife.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

love the design

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