Monday, February 11, 2013


Files Used: Eyelet Scalloped Heart by Phyllis Parkins 0960
Materials: Card stock, embroidery thread, special treats

Here's a simple project that can be done in quantity and quality! A simple design to make as many as you need, or just a few in a short time.

The template for this card and gift box can be found in the Score, Fold, Create! The Ultimate Guide to Crafting With Scor-Pal on page 76.

The front of my box card is decorated with the eyelet scalloped heart. I first used a white gel pen to write out the names of the recipients. I LOVE the fact that you can place just about any pen into the Gazelle and have her "cut" out the names. Makes it really easy to center the names! I replaced the pen with the blade and cut the heart out around the names.

The eyelet scalloped heart was sized to 2.5 x 2.5, making those eyelets pretty small. Those small holes made it perfect for threading embroidery thread.

I threaded some of the hearts different, mainly just because I wanted to see how they would all look.

I attached the hearts to the front of the box using pop dots for a little added dimension.

For the inside of the card, I choose to keep it simple by adding a hand written note..

I added some of our favorite treats and now these very simple Valentine's are ready for that very special someone!

Jamie Gillahan – BossKut Design Team Member
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