Heart Sliceform Card

March 1st, 2012 by
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Robin's Nest LogoI have been fascinated with these honeycomb forms since I was a child. It was the next thing to magic the way they collapsed flat and just as easily returned to their shaped form. It was only recently that I discovered these fun creations had a name—sliceforms.

I found the pattern for this solid sliceform heart on the Extreme Cards and Papercrafting blog.  I imported the PDF file into Make-the-Cut where I cleaned up and refined the file.

Sliceform--Top View

Sliceform–Top View

Heart Sliceform

Heart Sliceform

I wanted to incorporate the heart sliceform into a greeting card, so I also designed the card base and liner in MTC. All the card pieces were cut with my Zing electronic cutter.

Card Pieces

The card base was cut from plain white cardstock. The front of the card was cut from Robin’s Nest  Glitter Gold Chipboard. The sliceform and inside liner were cut from Robin’s Nest Pink Bourdeaux Vellum.

The sliceform was suspended in the card front frame with fishing line. Dew Drops were added to the front of the card for accent. I think this makes a stunning card!!

Finished CardYou can see more great projects using Robin’s Nest papers and embellishments at Chattering Robins blogspot.

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Meet Create N Craft Blogger Carole Lassak

A jetsetter for ancient times, Carole enjoys traveling abroad to practice the dying art of handmade bobbin lace. The sounds of bobbins pattering against her bobbin pillow fill her home. At home, Carole acts out her fantasy as an Iron Chef challenger. Her favorite food is sushi, especially sea urchin. “I think any piece of raw seafood on a pillow of rice would delight me.”

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Comments

  1. Amy Day said:

    OMG! That is ridiculously awesome! So very pretty! Absolutely amazing!

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