Stationery - Chiswick

Friendship woven heart

Posted on 26 Dec 2014

Hi everyone, I hope you all had a very festive Christmas celebration – around here things have been busy  with loads of exciting new products in the pipeline for 2015. But more on that later.
Now that the Christmas celebrations are over I am in the mood for getting to work on some other projects. So here goes…
I created this little friendship quote heart element as a reminder to myself.
cw friendship heart

I started off by cutting 2 tags with the top rounded using 2 different patterned papers. In the end the two tags together will form a heart shape.
On the one heart I added some double sided tape strips. On both tags I cut slits 3/4 of the way from the bottom straight edge to the top. These slits will be used to weave the tags together to for a heart.
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Remove the double sided tape backing and cover the sticky side with glitter from the Chiswick range.
cw step 3

Use scrap paper and cut a decorative border using one of the beautiful border punches from Chiswick.
cw step 1

Weave the two tags together to form your heart. Adhere the woven strips together using adhesive to make it firmer. Then add sewing and decorative elements.
cw detail 2

Add additional glitter strips once the tags are weaved together.cw detail 3

Add some of the small blue flowers from the border punch to the decorated heart. Add diamante, pearls, flowers and a border strip.
cw detail 1

A nice easy project to get the creative juices going again. I love how the colours from all the different products worked so well together.
I used these wonderful products from the Chiswick range
Die cut stickers – Funky Fun st1002
Ultra fine glitter sb4225
Simplciity Strip Punches – Daisy pct770
Remember to visit the website to see all the products available in the Chiswick range! Ask for them by name at your local craft store!
Until next time – have a wonderful weekend.

Written by Jowilna Nolte

Creating can be a wonderful journey and therapy making sense of things where life cannot, and I have tuned my life into this philosophy.

Website: http://www.jowilnanolte.blogspot.com