Eco Love Cards!
We can all used love cards not just during Valentines Day but for all year-- birthday's, hellos and just because... we want to send some love to someone in the mail. Here are a some cards I made for samples for some of my workshops. I used junk mail, file folders, discarded books, maps, card board, wall paper scraps and the list goes on. The tools I used were scissors, punches and my trusty Sizzix Big Shot (www.sizzix.com) and rubber stamps hand made and store bought.
|These cards were made from an old atlas, an airmail envelope and scraps from some old mono prints.|
|These love cards are made using paint chips (the blue mailbox), wall paper and books The security envelope is turned inside out and I folded old music sheet and maps into envelopes.|
|Using my heart punches I made a variety of cards. The ice cream cones and the mini paper banner are just cut free hand.|
The wool felt heart in the mason jar was cut freehand from an old wool sweater.
|This big heart was a book page that I painted with acrylic paint. I then took my die cutter and cut out the heart.|
I also painted grocery bags randomly with pink and red paint and later cut out hearts.
These two hearts were cut from old card board and wall paper. I then wrapped twine and thick thread randomly around the heart and glued down to the card stock.