At my October crop I finished up several pages from a Creating Keepsakes class that utilized this full-size sheet of connected wood hearts from Dear Lizzy’s Daydreamer Collection by American Crafts.
We used them as a mask to mist a 12 x 12 sheet of cardstock with rose and gold, which I turned into this layout.
We traced around them with white pen for the border of a page, and then rolled over them with a stamp. I have yet to turn this into a layout. If an idea doesn’t come to me soon, I may chop this up for cards.
And finally I flipped the misted hearts over and used the plain side as a base for this layout, dressing up individual hearts with chipboard, ribbon, washi tape, paper or buttons and the like.
How is that for really taking advantage of a single product? If you can’t find the wooden version, Dear Lizzy included a foam version in her Fine & Dandy collection.
How many ways can you use them?