Valentine Heart Pounches

Here is a finished pouch I made from a pattern from SU! demonstrator website. If you'd like the pattern email me and I will get  it to you.
You need to cut 2 hearts for each pouch. Two sided paper works best. Once cut out, score from the middle top to the middle bottom point on both front and back heart. Fold on the crease. Use strong adhesive tape on the lower edges (leave top open).
I stamped the heart images, punched them out, punched out the circle and scallop circle, punched more mini hearts, flowers, and Valentine verses.
Anytime you are making more than one project I always put them together assembly line style. It works great. Get all your things punched, stamped, and ready to go- the assembly will be quick.
I attached the scalloped circle with a pink rhinestone brad (no tape). Then, I glued Happy Valentine's Day verse at the bottom center. I attached I Love You to the side of the heart. I added 1/4 inch grosgrain red and pink ribbon to the front heart (only). I tied the ends of ribbon with a simple knot.
Viola! Here they are, so easy and awful cute. Truly perfect to put some sweets into and hang on the kids' bedroom doors. Co workers' doors, a chair, etc... I have used paper shreds to fill in space. You can toss some pencils, candy bars (full size), candies, stamps, or anything you want. What a perfect little gift.

1 comment:

Babe O'Mara said...

Just checking your site and I found these gorgeous pouches. They are absolutely darling. Great job.