Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

Happy February scrappy friends! It’s Neftalí back today starting off the month of love and friendship with a Valentine’s Day inspired project here at Cardstock Warehouse. If you’re like me, you love how cute and frilly this month can be. There’s pink everywhere, hearts, flowers, and candy! And well, I guess some of us use it to our girly advantage to create the cutest things. I am using three of those items to create today’s blog post project… Sewn Parchment Valentine Pop-Ta-Hearts. Like Pop-Tarts... Get it?! Okay... enough joking around...

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

Here’s what you’ll need to recreate these lovely valentine treats:

  • Bianco Pergamenata Parchment from Cardstock Warehouse Cardstock Papers
  • Pink Tulle
  • White Tulle
  • SpiegelMom Scraps Sequin Pack - Pink Promenade
  • Glue
  • Sewing Machine 
  • Electronic Cutting Machine/ Heart Die Cut
  • Filler Candy

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

I began this project by using my Silhouette to cut out the hearts. For this specific project I cut out 6 hearts as I knew I wanted to make three different treats. However, you can cut up as many as you might need. Just remember you need two of each one because you need a front and a back side. 

For two of the hearts, I took some pink tulle and sewed around the heart shape, like you can see below…

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts Sewn Tulle

For the third one, I sewed the same, but just one time around, then left a little hole to slip my sequins into the pocket, and then sewed around one more time to secure it well. 

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts Candy Pocket

After this, the process is fairly easy. I took my hearts to my sewing machine and added the second heart to the back, creating a pocket hole where my little candies could go. Before I sewed it shut, I popped in a few candies, then brought it back over to stitch it closed. I added extra stitching where I found it was needed. I just wanted to make sure the pocket I had just created didn’t break or rip. Finally I cut off the threads and done. 

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts Sewing

I must add, the parchment paper I used was PERFECTLY sheer and thick at the same time. I got the look I wanted with the slight sheerness, yet a solid piece of paper that I can trust will not rip! 

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts Layers

Once that was done, I took my time to add sequins around the pink hearts. I really wanted these sequins to take front stage. So I took my time, and with regular craft glue, I added the gorgeous sequins!

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

So, here is the final look at these three sweet treats I made for my three little Valentines here at home. I hope you have been inspired to create something quick and easy, yet fun and adorable for your favorite valentine. 

Sewn Parchment Paper PopTaHearts

I would highly recommend the Pergamenata Parchment papers for creating fancy looking invitations, or cute “see-thru” treats like these, especially if you want that fabulous sheer look that won’t fold or shrivel into a roll like normal vellum would do. 

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That’s it from me today scrappy friends. You can follow more of my “Neffyness”, as I like to call it, on the links below. Thanks for stopping by today! X

See you next time!

Neftalí Zambrano



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