Heart-Felt Card

Make your greeting cards more lively with this cute and colorful design.

Heart stitched on card

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Heart stitched on card

Stitching felt hearts onto your greeting cards adds a pop of color and texture without extra hours of design work! You can even personalize each heart by writing a name or message on the heart with a permanent marker.

Heart-Felt Card

Materials

  • Red felt
  • White card stock
  • Embroidery thread
  • Glue stick

Tools

Directions

  1. Trace figure 3 heart pattern from PDF onto parchment paper with a pencil.
  2. Transfer pattern and cut heart shape out of red felt. 
  3. Make a card size of your choice out of white card stock.
  4. Thread embroidery needle with white embroidery thread. Use a straight stitch around the outside edge of the heart to sew onto card. Finish with a knot on the back.
  5. Cut a piece of white card stock to fit inside the card cover and hide stitches. Glue in place.


Crafts and photos excerpted from Craft-a-Day: 365 Simple Handmade Projects by Sarah Goldschadt. Click here for more heart-felt valentine crafts.

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