Be it heart punches, large or small . . . .
Be it heart dies, large or small . . . .
Don't put them away --- YET . . . .
Great for Valentine's and a sign of love the heart is very versatile. I have used them for the Valentine's, they can be used to make shamrocks, they can be used upside down as candy treat holders, and now? Bunny faces and bunny eyes. . . . Getting close to Easter so here is a quick bunny put together using heart punches for the face and the eyes:
Have seen bits and pieces of this bunny here and there and on Pinterest so this is my bunny --- made up quickly --- will make other ones for tags on the kids Easter basket, or on a paper candies/treats bag. But this one was made quickly for the pattern. He is basically a circle for the body with two different oval punches for his ears/feet. Smaller circles for the nose, mouth, and cheeks. Added two small black hearts for the eyes. Used the smallest flower punch from Marvy for the tail -- sponged the edges of all pieces except the tail.
Here are other projects made using heart punches and dies:
The above bunny card made with heart dies.
Shamrocks were made using hearts and then embossed on this card front.
This is a treat holder that holds choc kisses --- added a shamrock and it is for St Pattys Day.
This black and white card shows the heart shape for a wedding card -- one as the tuxedo and the other as a wedding dress.
This white heart ended up being a mustache for our favorite guy, Santa.
On this card I used hearts for the strawberries and added green stems.
This is a heart shaped card I made using Spellbinders Scalloped Heart dies.
The list goes on and on for all the uses for hearts---both punches and dies. Think out of the box for this shape as it is not just for love and Valentine's Day. TFL and YOLO