Tweet Hearts Valentine Card

By: LeNae Gerig

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Tweet Hearts Valentine Card
By By: LeNae Gerig

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Designer Tip: Set the guides on the Tonic Border System to 3.5 cm (ruler located at the bottom of the Border System). Punch a Fancy Edger scallop at the center of the paper and then move the edge of the image to the center of a guide and punch again. Repeat and then move to the opposite side of the first punched image.



  1. Place the card fold at the side. Cover the card with the ivory script paper with the back border along the fold. Ink the edges of a 4”x5” aqua patterned paper and glue ¾” from the top of the card and ¾” from the fold. Glue a 1 ½” wide strip of inked striped paper down the length of the card, 1” from the card fold. Apply ink to the card edges.
  2. Cut a 1 ½” wide strip of red print paper and punch a row of 5 Fancy Edger scallop images. Punch the heart accent punch centered in each scallop. Cut the red strip to 4 5/8” wide and apply black ink to the edges. Glue across the card, 1 ¼” from the bottom. Apply a length of Dazzles flower border across the top edge of the red border.
  3. Line the bird cage with red print paper and cut out. Glue the cage to the center of the striped border ¾” from the top of the card. Place a length of the flower border above it, to “hang” the cage. Place “Tweet Hearts” on the right side of the card, over the aqua blue paper. Line 2 medium birds with red patterned paper and glue on each side of a tiny heart Dazzles below the title.
  4. Inside the card: Glue a 2” wide strip of striped paper, ¼” from the top edge of the card inside back. Glue a 7/8” strip of aqua patterned paper to the center of the strip. Tear the bottom edge of a 1 ¾”x3” long strip of red patterned paper. Ink the edges and glue to the top edge of the card, 7/8” from the right edge. Place the “Some Birdie Special” near the top of the strip and a double heart below.