Happy Friday Sweet Shoppers! It’s nearly February and you know what that means – it’s the month of LOVE and love KITS! I seriously adore this Valentine’s themed kit for the week because the idea came to me as I sat in the hospital with Finn last week and watched his heart rhythm on the monitor. Heart Attack even has some adorable heart rate monitor themed papers and embellishments that put a fun twist on your typical valentine’s theme! Combine that with the fact that the main colors are red, navy and teal and you’ve got a super boy-friendly kit too!
I just HAD to scrap Finn, since he inspired the kit! What’s really cool about this layout is that those heart stamps included in the kit were made BY Finn at preschool too!
Check out the kit + coordinating cards + FREE add on + FREE planner stickers below!
by Traci Reed
Do you know what it feels like when your heart flutters? Are you all swoony with love? Heart Attack by Traci Reed is a fun twist on your typical Valentine’s theme, and even has a fun heart rate monitor patterned paper too! In shades of navy, aqua, red and touches of pink, Heart Attack is the perfect answer to all those girly red and pink designs out there and is perfect for scrapping your boys, girls, spouse and kids!
The coordinating cards are so fun and sassy too!
This add on will be free throughout 2016 in the Sweet Shoppe Freebies section!
How about some inspiration from the Hawt Mamas:
Watch Cheryl Scrap!
Finally, let’s talk about my new love <3 PLANNER STICKERS! I’ve been wanting to make a set of planner stickers for a while now but there are sooooo many options and sizes that I’ve been seriously daunted just thinking about it. But this week is the week – I made a full 8.5×11 sheet of planner stickers with the Heart Attack kit in 2 sizes – one that’s perfect for the Carpe Diem planner (both the monthly spread AND the weekly inserts) and one that fits the Erin Condren Life Planners too!
Download the Carpe Diem (A5) version HERE!
Download the ECLP version HERE.
And Check them out in my Carpe Diem!
A close up of the printed sheet: