Valentine Cards With Sewn Hearts {Easy Peasy Valentines}

Happy Friday!!

Are you ready for another quick-and-easy valentine today?

Here are some simple cards with sweet nothings for someone special in your life.  And they are printable!

I must tell you that I am a huge fan of Pride and Prejudice.  I love me some P&P.  So this card just happens to be my favorite, though I did make a variety.

I created these 6 images using Photoshop.  It was a great chance for me to use as many fonts as possible. :)  Which one is your favorite?

I printed the images on a plain, "brown paper bag" type paper.  There were 6 different cards, so I printed 2 on a page. You can download your own images here if you would like to make your own.

Just cut in half and fold.

I love how the words printed out--they look stamped.  Absolutely lovely!

They were just a little plain, so I sewed a heart to the front of each card.  I raided my pile of scraps to cut out some hearts.  Don't you love using up scraps?!  I do!  These would be much cuter if they were hand stitched.  But, well, I avoid hand stitching whenever possible.

All done!

I'm thinking of giving one to my hubby every day during the week of Valentine's Day.

Have a super weekend!

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Comments

  1. These are so cute! I love the fonts, sweet words and mostly the stitched heart! Thank you for sharing :)

  2. I LOVE this idea! This will be perfect for me. Thanks so much!

  3. As someone who loves Pride & Prejudice just as much as you do, I have to say that I am IN LOVE with that one! SO adorable!

  4. These are super adorable! I love the sewn on look and feel of the cards. Thanks for sharing. :)

  5. Those are adorable Alison! Love the quote from Pride and Prejudice! So cute:) Would love your to come link up at Friday Frolic today when you get the chance!! Have a great weekend!

  6. That is so so cute! What great cards. And easy sewing so I could even do that.

  7. These are fabulous Alison! I love the simplicity of them. Have a great weekend!
    Jenn :)

  8. Did you get the paper at a copy store or craft store? Thanks!

  9. Alison,
    “Sew” (hehe) sweet and heartfelt … pinned this, just so clever! I found your blog through Sweet C’s Designs “I’ve got a blog crush on you” post; I’m so glad so thought of that post to help us all discover new blogs. Newest follower here :)

    Robin
    happilyhomeafter.blogspot.com

  10. These are SO CUTE, Alison!! I adore the craft paper, and the messages look fabulous printed on them. The extra sewn on heart is the perfect extra touch! What lucky Valentines you have! :)

  11. I just love your style! These valentines are so beautiful! Would you be willing to link up this post to my Valentine Link Party going on now? I’d love to have you! Thanks, Michelle
    http://michellepaige.blogspot.com/2012/01/rockin-valentine-valentine-link-party.html

  12. These are adorable. I am pinning it right now and sharing it :)

  13. Very sweet – I love the extra cuteness that the sewn hearts add

  14. Shirley Lupton says:

    I love this idea. Thanks for posting, I am sure going to try this.

  15. Aaaaaah! I LOVE Pride and Prejudice! I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve read it…in fact, I was an English major in college and did my Senior Seminar all about it. Your cards are adorable; so simple and sweet! Thanks for sharing! Would you share here? It would totally make my day!!
    http://oneartmama.blogspot.com/2012/01/shine-on-fridays-10-and-some-fabulous.html

  16. What a gorgeous idea! I love it!

  17. what a gorgeous idea, I love it!

  18. Adorable! Thanks for the tutorial!

  19. These are sooooo cute Alison!! I LOVE them!! :)

  20. So cute and I love the P&P quotes for Valentines!!!

  21. What a fun idea – I am totally loving these and I totally LOVE Pride and Prejudice too!! Now I want to watch the movie!

  22. These cards are so cute ! I love them :)
    I hope you will share them at my party, Some Good Stuff: http://some-good-times.blogspot.com/2012/01/some-good-stuff-3.html
    Megan

  23. Christine says:

    You had my full attention at “you must allow me to tell you how ardently…” Darcy rocks!

  24. These looks so great! Thanks for sharing! Happy Weekend!

  25. These are so sweet, Alison! I just love how they turned out! I’m a big P&P fan, too ;) Blessings,

  26. These are cute! I LOVE anything P&P related!

  27. Hola! Me podrias decir que fuentes tipogaficas usaste para hacer las tarjetas? Gracias :)

  28. Excellent post. I was checking constantly this blog and I am impressed!
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  29. Fantastic! I sew and have never imagined that. I am learning how to work with Photoshop. I will use your idea this year. Thanks!
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