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Hi, everyone!

Teri here, and I'm excited to showcase some projects featuring one of Technique Tuesday's newest crafting dies, Pieces of My Heart.


This heart-shaped die is made of interlocking puzzle pieces. It's great for making fun accents to use on cards and scrapbookers.

But let's talk shop for a minute though. I'm lucky and get to play with all of Technique Tuesday's new products. But when I first saw this die, it wasn't my favorite die. I didn't really want to use it. Yep. I really just wrote that.

However once I started playing with this die, and I started seeing what TT's Design Team members were making with it, I fell in love with it quickly. Here's why: It's so versatile! There are just so many ways to use it! 

You can use it as it is.

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You can stamp an image, like one of the Goats from the Gertie & Garth Goat stamp set, and then use the heart die-cut the die-cut image.

Old-Goat-Card-Teri-A-Technique-TuesdayDon't limit yourself to goats. Try using it to cut out images like flowers too. 


You can die-cut several hearts and create an interesting design by arranging them together.

Rainbow-Heart-Puzzle-Card-Close-Jill-H-Technique-TuesdayWant to send your design to new heights? Die-cut the hearts from watercolor paper and then apply watercolors to them!


You can even cut the heart from patterned paper. 

Heart-Puzzle-Pieces-Card-Dana-J-Technique-TuesdayFor added fun, cut it from several pieces of patterned paper, snip the puzzle pieces apart and assemble them together! 


For more ideas for using the Pieces of My Heart die, check out our Idea Gallery

We'd also LOVE to see how you are using the die! Share your projects with us on Facebook and Instagram. Be sure to use the #TechniqueTuesday hashtag when sharing! 



Hi Teri

I had a completely different view about this die, I loved it! I could utilise it in lots of ways. But as you said in your blog until you try a die, stamp you never know how good it is. Problem being for us crafters is that these products are not "BUY and TRY". :O)

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