Make a beautiful 3D heart card to express your love. The card has a subtle 3D effect and opens up in the middle. That adds another meaning to opening up your heart, right? ❤️
This papercut heart card adds more depth to your love message. The heart arches can be playfully moved around to add more dimension. The heart cutout gives the card a luxurious look & feel.
We all are familiar with rainy days. But did you know rain can be very romantic sometimes? This love card is inspired by the quote “If a raindrop would mean I love you, it would rain forever.”
In general people consider the four-leaf clover as a symbol of good luck. Luck also applies to love. Some clovers have these slightly heart shaped leaves, which make it a romantic plant. For this love card, I designed a four-leaf clover in red, the color of love. You could also call it a love clover.
A heart is the ultimate symbol of love. This heart is full of love, just like the butterflies you feel in your stomach when you’re in love. You can make this card for the one you love so much, for Valentine’s Day or any other romantic occasion.
With this greeting card you can show that someone has a very special place inside your heart. You just can’t imagine your life without him/her around.
The end of January is near, which means Valentine’s Day is coming closer! Have you made any preparations yet for this lovely day? Here’s a tutorial about a card which really comes from the heart 😉
Make a beautiful heart card for your lover by using the embroidery technique. The heart consists of solely red thread and has a vector look & feel, but is still handmade due to the embroidered touch.