February is quite the card sending month. Last week, there was Send a Card to Friend Day & this week has been all about celebrating love with Galentine’s Day & Valentine’s Day. We’re still celebrating because while having a designated day is fun & a great reminder to #sendcardsspreadlove you don’t need a holiday to tell someone how much they mean to you. We wholeheartedly believe that ANY day is a good day to send a card!
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Today, we’re honoring ALL kinds of love, both romantic & non-romantic, with Nancy’s love-filled heart cards DIY. And let’s shower Nancy with love in the comments below on the arrival of her granddaughter a couple weeks ago! Plus, if you’re looking for new ideas & inspiration check out Nancy’s other fun DIYS here, here, here, here or here.
And don’t forget to share your handmade cards with us on IG by tagging @prettybypost and @everydaynaseeha (don’t forget to use the hashtags #fierceloyalty and #sendcardsspreadlove so we can find you!)
I hope you get totally googly-eyed over these super sweet DIY heart cards! Again, I’ve used my sewing machine to stitch some pretty and bold lines to add some delightful details.
They were all inspired by Pinterest. I so love doing lots and lots of “research” on Pinterest. Anybody else love it like I do?
I feel like all of the red heart cards would be great for the guys in your life, not too girly at all. But you can totally use any colors that suit you. Pinterest will be happy to oblige you! 😉❤
My favorite card is the black and white chevron with the little envelope with hearts spilling out of it. I made it from parchment paper that I grabbed from my kitchen drawer. I stitched all around the edges except for the opening and then glued and stitched small, medium & large hearts in a overflowing way. Oh, and I stashed several hearts inside too! I love how they show through!
The rest of the cards don’t really need any explanation. You can just study the pics a bit and you’ll see the details. However, if you need any help, just leave a comment below. I’ll be happy to help you if I can!
I hope you enjoy the rest of the photos! If you have any future guest blog post ideas you’d like to see from me, just share those in the comments too!
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