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Fill the World with LOVE

Let us warm things up with LOVE.  

We can all use a hug or a kind word.   Mailing an Old Fashioned Valentine card is a great way to make someone feel good.  Even if you buy a box of Barbie or Hot Wheels cards at the the drug store, send them off with a kiss and hug!  Make a postcard to save on stamp costs but send it to make someone's day.

My project today is scissors paper, glue and love!
I cut a heart from chipboard and applied music and tissue paper with ppa glue and a brush. PPA is amazing and works so great on many surfaces.
Wrap the lace around the heart after applying text/music/tissue papers. Do a temporary layout of where you want embellishments and then  glue any trims into place.    I used our wonderful flowers and touched them with soft red to echo the red paper.  You can see the flowers without red above.  
Using our new RED SATIN SHIMMER PAPER and more chipboard I cut another larger heart.  I used DUO glue to apply gilding randomly.   
The top heart does not need a backing, but the larger heart will need backed to cover the trims.  I used the same red paper for the backing.  You can apply the top heart with dimensional dots or even a few big old globs of glue from your glue gun. 

Cardboard from a cereal box or other source
Clothing Pattern Tissue
Clips to hold glue in place (dollar store)

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Sending Lots of love to you and yours,


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