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Scandinavian Hearts Template

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Clever paper hearts. These traditional Scandinavian hearts lend a lovely touch to your cards, scrapbook pages, gift packages and more. The new template from designer Susan Niner Janes’ features 5 heart designs: A large and a small Basic Heart, Butterfly Heart, Pop-up Heart and Flower Heart, plus an Open Loop pattern for creating a hanger. The finished look is beautiful, and easy to do: Trace the shape onto your paper, cut it out and use a simple over/under weaving method. Template contains diagrams and instructions. The finished result is lovely!

Part number: 4007333

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February 5, 2008

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Comment This template takes me back to my childhood. Such happy memories. It also offers other designs that make great focals for my cards. I am planning on using this template with my grandkids, it's that easymto do.
Submitted Friday, February 7th @ 09:49 AM

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Comment One of my favourite templates and so easy for beautiful results.
Submitted Monday, December 3rd @ 12:37 AM

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Comment Many years ago I made the biggest one out of really wide ribbon. Rather pretty, but it frayed badly and being little -- what can be said. But have often wondered how to make them again, whether out of fabric, ribbon, paper--whatever is available.
Submitted Saturday, February 4th @ 01:12 PM

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Comment I really liked this template. The hearts were very easy to make and came out really nice. i would recommend this to anyone
Submitted Tuesday, January 24th @ 08:51 PM

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Comment I saw this used on Scrapbooking Memories show and had to have it. I like anything with hearts so it was a perfect fit for me. The hearts are so cute when completed. Keep coming up with these great templates.
Submitted Monday, June 28th @ 10:45 AM

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Comment I love this template. I found it fairly easy to use. I just went back to watch the webisode that demonstrated the use. I had a little trouble making the one with the butterfly, but again, watched the webisode. This will make a pretty focal on my cards. Thanks Paper Wishes, for great products, reasonable prices and great service.
Submitted Thursday, March 18th @ 07:15 AM

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Comment Very fun and easy to use. I love experimenting with all the different hearts. Got the packet with the template, paper and brads... great value and lots of fun.
Submitted Saturday, February 13th @ 07:32 AM

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Comment I've had this template for a little while but I recently needed a card for a contest using 6 different pieces of paper. BINGO! In the middle of the night, I almost jumped out of bed and remembered this template! I made 3 of the small hearts (so easy), added the required embellishments and the card is SO, SO cute!

Ya gotta get this template, particularly if you are a card-maker!
Submitted Thursday, January 21st @ 08:40 PM

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Comment I love this template! I can't wait to use this on a card! People are going to think I'm so clever when I just used this template and it was so easy to make!
Submitted Monday, December 28th @ 08:28 AM

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Comment I love making all the shapes from the template and using them as embellishments or giving them to friends. The directions are easy to follow, and it's a lot of fun. Watching the instructions on the Webisode made it even easier for me.
Submitted Saturday, May 2nd @ 11:10 AM

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Comment I used the template to make valentine cards for my grandkids. I was able to make various designs with the variety of options. It was great fun.
Submitted Tuesday, February 17th @ 08:03 AM

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Comment I love the products you offer. They are so unique! Thanks!
Submitted Wednesday, September 3rd @ 12:50 PM

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Comment I agree with with Jan. I've only played with it once, but it didn't go as easy as I thought it would. It took some playing with and even my two teenagers to try it. My butterfly just didn't look right. Before I gave up, it was on the road to being the way it was suppose to look like. Practice makes perfect...for me anyway.

Response from Paper Wishes Customer Service:

Hi Tena,

Want more tips on the Scandinavian Hearts template? Check our Paper Wishes Weekly Webisode to see step-by-step instructions:
http://www.paperwishes.com/webisodes/index.php?page=choose&id=128.

These Webisodes are a great resource and we hope you get a chance to watch some of them. Thanks for posting your comments!

Paper Wishes Customer Service

Submitted Wednesday, August 27th @ 09:03 AM

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Comment I've tried making these on my own and boy, I can tell you this template is a MUST! How wonderful, wished I had this years ago! Once you try it you'll never be without this template.
Submitted Sunday, August 24th @ 06:56 AM

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Comment I must be the only one who was frustrated by the directions on the template. I did not think they were very good. However, with the webisode I was able to finally figure out how to use the template.
I do love these but I too felt I'd like to have more sizes available. They really add to a card but I felt that the large heart is just too big to use on anything but a scrapbook page.
Submitted Saturday, August 9th @ 10:58 PM

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Comment The templates make it so much easier than trying to make the hearts like we did in school.
Submitted Friday, August 8th @ 08:24 PM

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Comment Very cool addition to my scrapbooking and cardmaking supplies.
Submitted Tuesday, May 13th @ 07:35 AM

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Comment I absolutely loved this.... it really spruces up my scrap books and I've even used it on a card or two.... and talk about fast delivery... thank you so much... I love my newest addition to my toys....
Submitted Saturday, May 10th @ 10:11 PM

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Comment I have only played with my new toy once, but what a delight and the finish is really great, am trying to organise myself some more playing time!!
Submitted Friday, May 9th @ 11:39 PM

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Comment This template brings a whole new dimension to my scrapbooks and cards.....I love it.
Submitted Thursday, May 8th @ 08:41 AM

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Comment Cut the basic heart (not the slits) with decorative scissors. Very cute.
Submitted Monday, April 28th @ 07:56 PM

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Comment The heart is fantastic. I made many and all have been in awe of them. Thanks
Submitted Saturday, April 26th @ 04:34 AM

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Comment JUST TO LET YOU KNOW THAT I LOVE THAT BUTTERFLY TEMPLATE, YOUR IDEAS ARE GREAT.
Submitted Wednesday, April 16th @ 07:57 AM

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Comment I think these are great. My favorite is the Butterfly Heart. I'd like to have a little smaller version of the Basic Heart and a little bigger version of the Pop-Up Heart for more versatility. I love mixing two patterned papers that coordinate to show off the designs!
Submitted Saturday, April 12th @ 03:08 PM

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Comment This is great....simple to use.
Submitted Thursday, April 10th @ 07:47 PM

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Comment This is very unique! I had a little difficulty in the beginning and then the light went off and it is really a clever addition to a scrapbook page, card or whatever you come up with.
Submitted Thursday, April 10th @ 12:08 PM

 

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