Hello and welcome. Today’s card is the last one for grand/great-grand kids this year. This one will go to our 13 year old great-grandson.
For the pocket I Googled jeans pocket clip art. Pocket was printed then fussy cut. So I could kind of tuck the hearts inside the pocket I just popped up the top corners. Pocket hearts are from Sweet and Sassy Thinlits by SU cut from scrap pieces of pp. Borders are a SU borders punch. Background is embossed with Cuttlebug’s heart ef.
I’m entering this in https://daranddiane.blogspot.com/2023/02/hearts-challenge.html
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16 thoughts on “Pocket Full Of Hearts”
Very clever to fussy cut the pocket then insert the hearts. Just right for a teen.
Thank you Bonnie, I love it when you use the word ‘clever’ for something I’ve done 😉
Can’t go wrong with a denim pocket! The hearts look fun peeking out of the pocket.
Thanks Lisa. Denim and teenagers do seem to go together.
Super teen card! Love the pocket!
Thank you Diana.
Love this card and your pocket of hearts.
Thanks Gayle, You’re so sweet.
Fun card! Love the pocket you created.
Thanks Lisa, glad you like it.
Great card Gerry! You are a fantastic great-grandma to make valentines for all the young ones!
Thanks Golda. With us living in Las Vegas and all the kids in MN I have to keep reminding them they do have great-grandparents that love them.
Perfectly awesome! I have a pocket doe and never think to use it … thanks for inspiration! Thanks so much for joining in the fun at our Can You Handle the Pressure challenge! Good Luck and we hope you’ll come back often.
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P.S. Did you hear the news? We have another new challenge blog we’d love to have you come check out and play along in. It all begins on March 3, 2023. It’s called Triple B. Fun with Birds, Butterflies & Blooms. Would love to have you pop over! Appreciate your support!
Thanks Darlene. I’ll be checking out Triple B
What a great pocket for a teen. Gets your sentiment across without being too mushy for a boy. Love it all.
Thanks Johanna. Teenage boys don’t want mushy, especially from great-grandma.