I peeled the backing off the masked hearts and arranges them down my strings... in a way that they looked appealing. Varying the sizes down the length of the strings. Then where I had placed my largest hearts, I attached them on top of the masked hearts with a tiny amount of atg tape. This would allow me to continue the mixed media on them, but the mask underneath would leave the shape white once peeled off.
sized punch I punched some vellum that had gold foiled hearts on it. I folded all my hearts down the centre and set about layering them on top of my heart shapes that had been masked. I adhered them to my card front with just a thin line of scotch tacky glue that was placed down the centre fold of each heart and then used my sewing machine and gold thread to stitch “strings” down the length of my hearts. To finish off the card I punched a few more tiny hearts from gold glitter card stocks and placed them at the bottom of the strings and empty spaces and covered them with glossy accents.
A really easy to make card with a bunch of interest and I am certain my Mother in law will love it!
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