Mini Valentines with Tim Holtz Label Dies

Happy Friday everyone! It’s Shari here with something a little different for Valentine’s Day.

I thought I would mix it up and use some Tim Holtz products that I haven’t really featured before. I pulled out some great Label dies and Tile Texture Fade to create a couple mini tag cards. These are quick and easy to make on the fly… or in this case as a last minute idea for a loved one!


Tim’s Label Dies are the perfect size to create shaped mini cards and with the variety of sizes from the Heartfelt die, you can make just about any configuration you want.


I also used some of Tim’s Daisy and Laurel punches to create my flowers and leaves, so easy to use.


To color the Gumdrop gems for the flower centers, I used Teakwood Alcohol ink, just a couple drops for an amazing transformation!


These mini cards can become tags for gifts or even as an embellishment for a card front. I’ve create a full process video that you can view below or on our YouTube channel.


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Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you enjoy your weekend and Happy Valentine’s Day!!

  1. Impressive mini tag cards! What a beautiful addition to a Valentine’s gift for someone special. I love all the textures and layers. Thanks for the inspiration!

  2. CUTE mini cards and FABULOUS tutorial Shari!!!
    THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing your CREATIVE INSPIRATION – I’ve never tried using die cut shapes to make cards before, looking forward to trying them too :)

  3. These are adorable and I love to watch you create collage type cards. Everything always turns out to be so beautiful. Thank you!

  4. Love these! I’ve never seen those dies before. Now I am going to have to go look for them. I really like them! TFS your work with us.

  5. Gorgeous texture from the Tile Texture Fade and on the daisies centers. It’s a great dimensional rresult on such wonderful cards.

  6. I just purchased the thinlits from Tim Holtz. I’ve used them debating on some water color paper and played around! Love your idea here! Always a fun Saturday morning with your video inspiration!! Thanks Shari!

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