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Memory Box Floral Bouquet Heart Card…

Hearts are just the best don’t you think? hehe I think it’s been awhile since I told the story of my blog name.  In 1994 I started a new venture as a stamp store owner.  In trying to decide what to name the store, I finally settled on ‘Expressions With Heart’.  The phrase ‘expressions with heart’ was used in the Hero Arts catalog that year.  Something about creating expressions with heart and it just hit home with me!  I closed the store after 12 years and started blogging in 2009. I used the name again because I loved it and still love it after all these years!

Here’s the new Memory Box Floral Bouquet Heart die cut three times and layered over some of the new Double Stitch Happy Heart Cut out dies.

I just love the outside the lines stitch lines and then to have them double… hehe…swoon!

I used some more of the Memory Box 6×6 pattern paper pad from the Christmas release… so fun how it crosses over!

The love die cut is from the Memory Box Love Jotted Script die… stamped sentiments are from the new Big and Little Valentines clear stamp set.

An A2 size card…pretty straight forward.

The Floral Bouquet heart would be pretty colored or cut and pieced!  So fun!

Thank you for stopping by today! Stay tuned… more hearts to come!  ❤

Memory Box – 94368 Floral Bouquet…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94361 Double Stitch…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – CL5252 Big and Little…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box – 94119 Love Jotted Script…
[ STR | SSS ]
Memory Box 6×6 paper pad – Dashing…
[ STR | SSS ]
Sizzix – Big Shot Machine – White and…
[ SBC | SBC | SZZ | BLIC ]

16 thoughts on “Memory Box Floral Bouquet Heart Card…

  1. I really love this card using two favorites plaid and hearts! Your bringing back memories of your store also a favorite for those of us lucky enough to have
    spent a lot of time there with you and your daughters! Our group starting there
    still dear friends crafting together every month!

  2. Pam – all these years and I never knew that you had a stamp store of your own. So wish it was still in existence!! This is a lovely card. The plaid background is such a great idea. So, so pretty! Thanks for sharing.

  3. I’ll bet your store was awesome! I would have been there a lot, except I live so far away. It was incredibly sad when our local stamp/paper craft store closed. I could still cry. But in the here and now… you have so many fun things to play with and I’m loving all of them! The makes this a perfect guy Valentine. Hearts are kinda my thing, but usually just as little accents. However, I love this release and couldn’t help myself…

  4. Another beautiful Valentine card! Love the papers and the heart dies!
    Didn’t realize you had a store at one time. Must have been fun, but a lot of work I’m sure. Wish I could have visited!

  5. I didn’t know about your history before today. Thank you for sharing it! I LOVE this card. The plaid, the color, the heart. It’s simply beautiful for either a man or a woman.

  6. Well…now we know! I’ve known about your store forever, just never knew that was the name of it! Love that a lot. Your card is perfect! Hearts and plaid….doesn’t get any better than that! Thanks for sharing, dear friend.

  7. I love this one. Very nice. I had no idea you owned a store for so many years. I’m so happy you started your blog and i found it. Love your cards.

  8. Gorgeous card! I still miss your store! It was so much fun to teach there with the huge array of supplies you had. I learned a lot by teaching as well.

  9. Oh that is so pretty!! I love that background paper!! The heart is gorgeous too and the love die cut just makes it shine! Such a gorgeous card! 🙂

  10. Love your card, your blog and your blog name Pam! Thanks for sharing your story. Bet it was the best place to shop and learn!

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