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Valentine Specimen Art

{{if you’re already thinking about Valentine’s Day crafts, this is for you!}}

heart craft

i whipped up this little “heart specimen” wall hanging yesterday…. and i will admit, after making it, i might be ready to start bustin out the cupids and conversation hearts :)

to make this: i used the a couple dies from Lifestyle Crafts new Sweetheart line and cut the shapes out with my Epic 6. i then used a tape runner to adhere the paper hearts to a white sheet of cardstock. then i used a Xyron to attach the arrow. {Xyron makes paper into stickers}. then popped it into a frame. super easy!

heart with arrow

i’m sure many of you recognize the paper line….don’t we all just love Amy Butler?!! {swoon} i’ve had this paper pack for awhile and decided this was the perfect project for it. the colors and prints are a bit non-traditional for V-day, but i think they totally work!

heart decoration

i like how its sophisticated and modern. very trendy and cool!

this is the new Sweetheart line from Lifestyle Crafts:

die cuts

i used the Nesting Hearts and Arrows dies.

*Lifestyle Crafts dies are compatible with other die cutting machines*

want to snag some of those cute dies? enjoy a nice 20% off discount for Craftaholics Anonymous readers! use promo code: CRAFT

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About Linda@CraftaholicsAnonymous

Hi! I'm Linda, the craft addict behind Craftaholics Anonymous®, a craft blog. Crafting is cheaper than therapy, right? When not crafting, I can be found chasing my 2 small {but very energetic!} boys or playing with my new baby girl. Or shoe shopping... because you can never have too many shoes! Happy crafting! ♥

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  1. 1
    amy says:

    now what did you use to cut those??? super cute! if that were a printable that would make a cute t!! do i need to start trying to win this cutter you used? xo!

  2. 2
    Beth H says:

    LOVE IT!! I don’t have an Epic 6, but I have a Cricut that cuts hearts! Just got to find some fabulous paper (and a sticker arrow!) I’ll be checking out Dollar Tree for a cute frame too!

    So excited to try this!!!

  3. 3
    Lindsey says:

    I loved and pinned this idea! So great! Everyday I am excited to discover your crafts! Thanks for sharing.

  4. 4
    Kara says:

    I adore this! Thanks for the great idea. Great paper choices!

  5. 5
    karen Weight says:

    So pretty Linda! I am going to have to check out this Lifestyle crafts stuff. Sounds cool! Have a great week:)

  6. 6

    I love this – love the hanger too. Where did you get the hanger if you don’t mind me asking?

    Oh – and Happy New Year!

  7. 7

    This is totally cute! Thanks for sharing!

  8. 8
    Donna C says:

    HELLO!!! I love this idea and I’ve seen it done with butterflies quite often, but the hearts are perfect! I am actually going to get some Valentine decor done this year (and displayed!) if it kills me!! Thanks for the inspiration Lynda! I have a ton of shapes to cut on my Cameo and some frames lying around already! It’s like a free project! LOL!

  9. 9
    April says:

    So cute! LOVE the paper!

  10. 10
    Dawn Carlyle says:

    Love the papers! I need to find some cute papers to use…. Where did you get the frame?

  11. 11
    Maureen says:

    Linda,

    I was wondering how big the hearts are and what size is the frame. You come up with the best ideas.

    Maureen

    P.S. Any new milk glass plates? When out thrifting, I keep an eye out but no luck so far.

    • 11.1

      Hi Maureen,
      Thanks!! The hearts are about 1.33″ and the frame is 12×12″ made to frame a 9″x9″ picture. Does that make sense? I can’t believe you haven’t found any milk glass! That’s crazy! I run into milk glass vases and bowls all the time. The plates are a bit trickier to find here at least. You can also find milk glass on etsy. {but shipping can be a bit expensive}
      thanks for stopping by!
      happy crafting,
      linda

  12. 12

    Love this! Pinned it! Thinking of doing something similar with fabric.

  13. 13
    Terrie says:

    Very cool! I love it :)

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