Wednesday, January 28, 2015

[Video] Artiste Cricut Layered Heart Card

This card came together nice and fast once I got everything cut out and figured out which heart I wanted to use for the smallest heart.  

What does that mean? 

Well, you'll have to see the video below to find out.

Here are the cuts I used from the Close to My Heart Artiste Cartridge:




Products Used:

Artiste Cricut Cartridge Bundle:
Close to My Heart Forever in My Heart Set:
Close to My Heart Happy to Be Friends Set:

Check out the video below to see how to make this card (click HERE if you can't see the video):


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64 comments:

  1. I like the solid red, but I liked the others also.

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  2. Joy, I like the last heart (red solid). The blue brings in the background color, but you can't go wrong with red for Valentine's cards. I'm a red lover. Good choice!

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  3. I like the solid red, but I totally understand your dilemma, I can waste so much time trying to decide which pieces to use sometimes 613Audrey

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  4. The card turned out super cute! I probably would have chosen the red stamped version too. But I like that you used the blue side inside your card :)

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  5. I like the white doily heart.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  6. Love this card. Your choice of heart was nice. My choice would be the red stamp. Great job

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  7. I think I like the red stamp but your final choice was good, too!
    I set a Valentine up like yours in Design Space. Sure like it when you give a link with the layers chosen already! LOL

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  8. I liked the red stamped one. Elegant. Thank you for your ideas and videos. They are inspiring.

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  9. I think I would have liked a plain white heart in the very center! Got to be different!

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  10. I like the red solid heart too. Thanks for the video and all your ideas for the cards. I have all of the CTMH cartridges except Artbooking, which I hope to order in February. I like the stamp of the month for Feb. Great deal for only $5.00. Also thanks for chance to win the CTMH card workshop on the go giveaway. Kathy

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  11. I think the solide red worked best because it is less busy, but any of them would have worked. Why are we such perfectionists?

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  12. I like the lacy white heart in the background. Thanks for sharing cards from all the CTMH cartridges.

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  13. I liked the solid red heart on the outside and I loved the blue heart on the inside. That is a really pretty card, even the wiggly piece. You always make me laugh Joy so thanks for that.

    Leslie

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  14. I have a question. I made the banner but am confused on the size. You indicate with a hyphen 1-1/2" so does that mean 1" for the first part of the banner on left & 1/2" for the banner part on the right? I made it 1 1/2" and it appears to be too big. Please respond here & I'll ck back.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  15. I liked the solid red heart mostly because the background already adds a pattern. A stamped heart would have made it too busy.

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  16. Thanks for sharing this card. I may make a few, with some variations , to send. I like the red heart the best.

    Kathy

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  17. I like the one you chose best and adding the blue one on the inside was a nice touch!

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  18. My choice for a heart is the red one!! I do love your card.....I really love all the cuts you chose to create it!!
    I just love the way you make cards....you always do it with a flare. YOU ROCK!!

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  19. Loved seeing how you went through the process and tried different versions and I actually like the solid red that you ended up with because it allows the doily edged heart to show up better. So cute!

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  20. Love the red heart that you selected, but, quite frankly, I think they would work. Thanks for sharing your pretty valentine.

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  21. I like the red stamped one and the blue stamped one inside.

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  22. What a pretty card! I'm glad to see I'm not alone in changing my mind multiple times on one project! The stamped red heart is my favorite, but the solid red looks really nice, too. And I like the way you used the lagoon stamped heart inside. Thanks for sharing!

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  23. I like the solid red also. Thanks for sharing all these cute and quick Valentine cards.

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  24. My favorite heart is the white doily. It really highlights all of the hearts.

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  25. I liked the solid red heart the best. Followed by the red stamped. Thank you for all your card ideas and how-to's. Jill P. Manteca, CA

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  26. Great choice with the solid on the front - the color ties into the other heart. And I love the stamped heart inside that matches the card base.

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  27. I liked the red one best. Such a pretty card. I love the doily cut though. So pretty! live4scrappin at gmail dot com

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  28. I liked the red one best. Such a pretty card. I love the doily cut though. So pretty! live4scrappin at gmail dot com

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  29. I like the red solid one so very pretty.
    F.U.N.

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  30. Cute card!! i think I liked the stamped red heart

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  31. Cking back & do not see an answer to my question about size of banner that is indicated as:
    1 - 1/2"
    Does this mean to cut each of the 2 banner pieces at 1 1/2" ?
    Does this mean cut one of each at 1/2" ?
    Does this mean cut first at 1" & 2nd at 1/2" ?
    Does anyone know? Please let me know.
    Melissa
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"

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  32. I always go back and forth with different papers trying to see which one looks better. The red heart was it! On the inside the blue heart is perfect! Thanks.
    Martha from Norman

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  33. I have to say, I love the doily heart. I guess I like anything doily-like! Beautiful card today.

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  34. I'm a traditionalist: red is where I'd go every time, but to mix things up a bit I'd probably use the blue every now and then?

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  35. I love your videos and learn so much. I like the red heart better.

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  36. had fun making one of these yesterday! Love doily hearts- was a little challenged finding elements on the explore search tool.

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  37. I liked the red heart on the outside, but love the Lagoon heart on the inside. I really like when there is a little surprise stamp on the inside of a card. Thanks for the inspiration!

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  38. i liked both ways but i would have gone with the red solid one too. thanks for sharing

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  39. Cute card, Joy! I think I prefer the solid red heart, but the stamped red heart is a close second. I'm going to use that furled banner in my next project! :)

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