Valentine Heart Pop-Up Card DIY with Tombow


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I like, like you! Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.

Heart Pop-Up Card DIY with Tombow


Happy Valentine's day! I love the extra love and kindness in the air for the holiday. I don't think Valentine's has to be about lovers and couples, but just love in general. I want my children to know about celebrating love and not stress about having a boyfriend or a girlfriend.

How do you celebrate Valentine's day? Do you give Valentine cards? A fancy dinner? My mom used to do a fun candlelit dinner for my family growing up. I've never been as organized as her. I cut sandwiches in heart shapes or make a heart shaped pizza...but that's about as exciting as it gets around here.

This cute card is easy to make and has the perfect pop up heart for a fun surprise for the recipient. Makes a great last minute Valentine, or just a card to send love any day of the week. Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.

I like, like you! Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.

I like, like you. Did you ever say that growing up? In elementary school if you liked a boy, like liked a boy, it was a pretty big deal. I'm not sure that I ever like, liked anyone. Haha, but this is a fun way to let someone know that you love them. 

It's pretty close to the "Do you like me?" with check boxes for yes or no. Haha, good times! Tell me the funniest love note you ever got or you wrote!

My daughter was cleaning up her room the other day and found a bunch of notes and cards from her childhood. She found a cute card with a simple drawing of Mario, Luigi and Toad on it. It was drawn and written by her older brother, my oldest son, when he was about 6. It said "yoo r my favrit sistr". It is so fun to see those memories.

She's the only sister, so the card is still very true. Love notes are the best!

I like, like you! Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.

Supplies Needed for Valentine Heart Pop-Up Card:

Folded Cardstock Card
3 Identical Paper Hearts

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

Step 1 of Heart Pop Up Card


Begin by folding each of the hearts in half with the pattern on the inside. 

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts folded in half.

Step 2 of Pop Up Heart Card


Then apply Tombow Permanent Adhesive to half of one heart. Then stick it to half of another heart.

Make a pop up card with 3 heart shapes folded in half and adhered together with Tombow Permanent Adhesive.

Repeat the process until you have one full heart in the center and full hearts on each side.

Make a heart shape pop up card for Valentine's day with 3 patterned paper hearts

Next it is time to adhere the hearts inside the fold of the card.

Make a simple last minute Valentine card with 3 paper hearts and Tombow adhesive.

Step 3 of Heart Pop Up Card


Apply tape to half of the backside of the triple hearts.

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

Then stick it inside the card right on the edge of the fold.

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

Then apply tape on the other blank half and adhere it to the other side of the card.

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

That's it! The heart pops out right along the fold making the cutest Valentine's day card or love note!

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

Step 4 of Heart Pop-up Card


Now add some text with a Dual Brush Pen. I am using the Cottage 10-Pack. I love these colors together!

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

I love the Dual Brush Pens for hand lettering! They are a great size and work great for those thick downstrokes and thin upstrokes. 

If you are interested in learning hand lettering, check out these free worksheets at Tombow's website. They are designed perfectly for the Dual Brush Pens. 

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

What will you write on your heart pop up card? I like, like you!

Make a simple pop up card with 3 hearts, folded cardstock and Tombow Adhesive

Just a few simple supplies to make such a cute Valentine's day heart pop up card! Make a darling pop up card in just a few minutes with these supplies:

I like, like you! Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.

That's it!

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I like, like you! Make a cute Valentine Heart pop-up card using patterned paper, cardstock, Tombow Adhesive and Dual Brush Pens.



Tombow recently released the ABT PROs, a line of alcohol ink markers and they are fantastic! Alcohol ink markers are amazing. They are not great for hand lettering...but they are excellent for blending. They blend flawlessly with no marker streak lines left behind. They are super pigmented and come in an array of colors. They come in very pale colors too, which is awesome for light skin tones, hair, or just little details.

And check out this card using Tombow Dual Brush Pens and a fun Watercolor technique!

I love making handmade cards and these Watercolor wash stamped cards are so much fun! The Tombow Dual Brush Pens add all the colors using a super simple wash technique. These cute cards are great for Valentine's day or any other day of the week.







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