Make a Simple Anniversary Card Fast

With the exception of the white bird brad, all supplies used to create this card are from Close To My Heart.

Question: What do you do when you need twenty of one card fast? 
Answer: Run to your Cricut and put in one of the CTMH Cricut cartridges.  :-)
In the photo above, I cut out forty hearts from the Art Philosophy cartridge.  Then I used Vineyard Berry and Baby Pink ink to stamp and sponge "Universal Background" stamps onto the hearts.  (Tip: You can fit two, 1 1/2" hearts under one stamp--stamping two of the same pattern at once and making the task go even faster.)
A third background stamp (from the same stamp set) was inked in Slate on a piece of 2 1/4" square Slate paper.  The word "Love" comes from an older stamp set, "Heartfelt."
The hearts were mounted with 3-D foam tape to add a little visual interest.  Other than that, the card was left fairly embellishment free--creating, in my mind, a clean look.
Thanks for taking the time to stop by for a look!


Becca-expressions said... simple and yet so elegant. Love, love, love my Cricut and how it makes cards like this so quick.

Miriam Prantner said...

Lovely, elegant, and easily mass producible. Great card!

Amie Kiger (Kigz) said...

Simply gorgeous!!!