Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Make Easy Valentine Hearts with Washi Tape

 I'm working on a fundraiser, as my son is going on his first mission trip in a few months, so I decided to make some quick and easy Valentine cards to sell, with proceeds going to the Youth Group Mission Fund.

I snagged this fun washi tape at the dollar tree and alternated strips onto 8.5"x11" white cardstock.  I cut heart shapes onto my washi cardstock with my Cricut Explore, but you can easily use a 3" heart punch as well.

Next, I ran my hearts through my 9" Xyron Creative Station and made my hearts into stickers.  If you don't have a sticker maker, just grab an adhesive runner from your local craft store.   Some Walgreens and CVS stores sell these as well.

Add some ribbon or gemstones, a sweet sentiment, and you are done!


Unity Stamp Co Sentiment from "Everything Love" kit  

Xyron - Xyron 900 Creative Station Sticker Maker - Home
from: Scrapbook.com
Prima - Allstar Collection - Sugar Enamel Dots
from: Scrapbook.com
Doodlebug Design - Sweetheart Collection - Washi Tape - Endless Love
from: Scrapbook.com

Cricut Explore Machine Vinyl Starter Set

from: Cricut

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  1. This is fabulous! Great idea. Saw this on my FB newsfeed posted to Xyron. I hope your son enjoys the mission trip and has memories from it that will last a life time. May your fundraiser be productive!

  2. These are so cute! Now I will be looking at my tape a whole new way. Thanks for the share. Good luck on the fundraiser.

  3. I am loving this!!! Thank you so much for the fun step by step!! I love washi and this is such a great example of the different ways to use it!! Loves- Madge


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