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Free fun shaped card making templates for every occasion!

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Hearts for Hilda

Project and template designed by Sara Sandberg

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Hearts for Hilda Templates

Instructions PDF

GSD files

Studio files

SVG files

MTC files

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Hearts for Hilda Instructions

Front PDF Template

For SVG template users, please look at the PDF template to see where the score lines go.

I wasn’t sure what to call this card! The design idea came from a shape that was showing in the side of the wood around my fish pond! I wanted to make a special card for our forum friend Hilda and the shape looked to me as if it could be hearts or flowers, which was perfect for Hilda’s card! And so the name is what it is - Hearts for Hilda! A very special lady.

Back PDF Template

hearts_for_hilda_instructions.pdf heart_for_hilda_base_front.pdf heart_for_hilda_base_back.pdf heart_for_hilda_gsd.zip heart_for_hilda_studio.zip heart_for_hilda_svg.zip heart_for_hilda_mtc.zip

The idea for decorating the heart was inspired from something Hilda’s friend Jean Smith created for our Slidemailer Swap a few years ago. Please click here to see it.