Trace and cut out pieces from cardstock according to
Cut out the hearts in the different shades (pink, red, and dark red).
The pink represents the keiki, the red represents their parents and the
dark red is for the grandparents.
Fold the light blue cardstock in half using the bone
folder to make a nice crease.
Use the deckle paper edger to trim the edge of the
grass to create interest. Layer the two grass pieces along the bottom
edge of the card. Glue in place and trim off excess.
Place the tree trunk about one third in from the left
edge. Place the large tree leaves base on top of the trunk. Layer the
two smaller leaves pieces on top. Glue in place.
Place the small hearts on the treetop. Place the dark
red hearts on the top, the red hearts in the center area and the pink
hearts hanging from the bottom. Glue in place. Place pink heart to the
right of the tree and glue in place. Next to the heart, write “Happy