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):

There are only a few days left to get the Noted Paper Kit and the January Stamp of the Month (see details below):

When you spend $50+, you can also pick up the

January stamp of the month, shown above, for just $5!

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

  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!

  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

  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 :)

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

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

  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

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

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

  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

  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?

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

  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.


  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.
    "Sunshine HoneyBee"


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