Are you ready for yet another Valentine's DIY project? Well... then this is for you!
DIY cards made using your favourite fabric scraps.
Super easy + fun. But see for yourself.
After making a whole bunch of love heart bags last week... I decided to send them off to friends. As a small thank you for always kindly testing my patterns.
So if you've tested for me recently - you might be up for a treat.
However. I am always out of thank you cards.
BUT my daughter had a bunch of raw cards and I definitely have plenty fabric! So I whipped up some DIY Valentine's (or is it Galentine's) cards.
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They were super fun to make and only took me about ten minutes each. Win win.
But let me show you. Click here and watch me make them.
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What do you think? So quick and fun. Right?
But before I let you go. Let me give you all the details on what materials I've used. I know there will be questions.
Materials for the Heart Cards
It's really not a lot. And I bet you've got most of it already at home. But here we go.
- raw greeting card
- fabric scraps (I am using some blenders and some treasured Heather Ross)
- thread for piecing and thread for machine quilting and topstitching
- and some left over quilt batting
And like I've said. I bet you've got plenty fabric and thread already. No need to go shopping for more.
And that's a wrap. I will be sending these off (together with the bags) to some lovely friends of mine. Hoping to brighten their day a little.
Maybe you get to make some as well. And if so - please tag me over on social media. I would love to see more scrappy hearts!
Take care and big quilty hugs to you, my friend.
With so much love, Laura xx
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