Lots of Heart Week {Day 4} & a Video

Hello friends! With Valentine’s Day just a month away, we have a week of amazing inspiration for you! Lots of Heart Week will inspire you with projects filled with heartwarming ideas by our wonderfully talented designers! And these ideas aren’t just for Valentine’s Day but any time you want to send some love!

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Today we start our Lots of Heart inspiration with a fun Ta-Da! Diorama! card and video tutorial by Marine! She also used the new Ta-Da! Diorama! Heart Window Add-On! You can watch the video below or click HERE to watch at our YouTube channel.

Thank you so much for watching!

Swan Soirée looks so lovely on Marine’s Ta-Da! Diorama! and the new Heart Window Add-On is so perfect! I love the combination of Fruit Salad gingham with the pretty woodgrain cardstock.

Ta-Da! Inside the diorama Marine added another swan with lots of hearts and cattails. What’s Sewing On paper is so perfect in the background!

Elena got so creative with our Happy Mushrooms! She did some stamp altering to make the How You Bean? mason jar taller. Then she filled it with the mushrooms in pretty pastels! Radiant Heart Backdrop fills the background with texture and she added pattern with Spiffier Speckles.

Karin used Heart Wreath Stencils to create a clean and simple card that is so gorgeous! The Scripty For You greeting in gold metallic is so pretty. She added another layer of detail with Lacy Borders!

Lynnette created a traditional style Valentine card featuring Radiant Heart Backdrop and Magic Heart Messages! She included another sentiment from Wavy Sayings on a Simple Wavy Banner. Her card is so pretty in just red and white!

Mimi‘s project is so much fun! She made a Heart Pouch that holds 4 mini cards featuring cute Valentine critters!

Mimi used the new Stitched Happy Heart for the mini card fronts. Then she added cute scenes with Porcu-pine for You, Wood You Be Mine? and Scent with Love. She also used Porcu-pine for You Add-On, Scent with Love Add-On and So Dam Much.

Inside each card, Mimi created another scene with the cute critters. For the mini card base, she placed the heart die just above a folded card before running it through the die cut machine. This makes the heart shaped base, to which she then added the mini card front. The little set of Valentines tucked in the Heart Pouch is so much fun!

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220 thoughts on “Lots of Heart Week {Day 4} & a Video

  1. I love the ta-da diarama and all the cute cards that can get made with it. But the heart pouch today with all the mini cards-of my goodness!! Cuteness overload!!

  2. I really loved the jar. It reminds me of a terrarium that I made many years ago in 4-H. I love seeing older stamps being used. And the heart pouches are just so cute.

  3. Wonderful cards! Especially the mini ones! That’s a great idea for a kid to take to school with them for their friends!!

  4. The cards are all so cute! I love seeing older sets used also. It gives me the inspiration I need to continue to use mine!!

  5. It’s all so cute! These cards are all really fantastic. I love Lynette’s traditional style of Valentine; that is so sophisticated and lovely!

    This past weekend, I sent out a “Scent With Love” Valentine’s Day card to a friend; I made the card last year but never got around to sending it. Now I am feeling inspired to get out my “Scent With Love” set and make more Valentines; that’s one of my favorite stamp sets, and now is the time to use it!! <3

  6. I didn’t think I was going to make any valentine’s cards this year but this week is definitely making me change my mind.

  7. Love the mushrooms in the jar! (Great idea to make it taller!!) And the sweet 4 piece Valentine’s!! Beautiful work everyone!!

  8. I love the swan ta-da! diorama! heart card along with the heart pouch card
    & look forward to creating my own Valentines cards! 💗

  9. More great inspiration from the Lawn Fawn creative team! The mini cards by Mimi are so cute and clever, and I adore Karin’s foil on the “For You” with the stencil background. So clean!!

  10. Wowee! I love the swans in today’s howto video! So elegant, and they mate for life. Truly a good choice for Valentines Day!

  11. Lots of cuteness overload, must have a go at making bigger mason jar though not sure I know how she did it and OMG the beaver, the skunk and the porcupine, how adorable is that!!!

  12. I love the Swan Soirée set and Marine’s Ta-Da! Diorama is AMAZING – so pretty and at the same time, so sweet! TFS!!
    Lori S in PA

  13. So much “love”-ly goodness in these projects. The mini-heart shaped cards in the heart pouch is just adorable. I also love the classic simplicity of the Radiant Heart Backdrop and Magic Heart messages. Delightful inspiration across the board.

  14. Marnie I love your Diorama. The Swan Sorie stamp set make an absolute card the way you have used it. And of course all the other cards are wonderful.

    1. All of the projects are so adorable!! But, goodness!!! That heart pouch with the mini heart cards!!! Beyond cute! I need to steal that idea!!🩷

  15. I love the idea of shopping your stash and using older sets combined with new sets to create fun things with a very new vibe to them! The swans couldn’t be more perfect for the ta-da diorama either! Thank you for the video and awesome ideas.

  16. Love everything, but I have to say, the collection of Valentine’s from Mimi are a homerun! She did an amazing job! Makes me want to go make Valentine cards right now!

  17. I really appreciate the videos so I can watch several times and try the techniques demonstrated. All of you are so clever.

  18. The heart wreath stencil and the TaDaDiarama…so many possibilities. Time to put the Christmas decorations in the attic (I’m so late!) and get crafting!!

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