Sacred Heart – Free Scrapbook and Card Making and gift wrap

I very much enjoyed creating the following design in which is depicted the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I prefer the first set of Sacred Heart papers pictured immediately below, whereas the second lot turned out depicting Our Lord looking a bit like a happy clappy bobble head jesus figurine…they didn’t turn out quite as expected but i love the hearts!  To print them off click on any image below to go to my free scrapbook and card making papers page. Find ’em and print ’em. Enjoy!

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4 Responses to Sacred Heart – Free Scrapbook and Card Making and gift wrap

  1. I wonder how one of these would look on the back of my Twitter page. I’ll try it.

  2. ukok says:

    Cathy, what a great idea, let me know if it works!

  3. G says:

    Holy Images must not be used as scrapbook decorations. It must be venerated and distributed to everyone for special blessings. Why not do that? You might even change a person’s life!

  4. ukok says:

    I disagree that this s in someway denegrating or abusing holy images. I very much doubt that these papers are being used in such a way as you suggest. Millions of Catholic families around the world have family members recieiving the Sacraments, if they want to record those wonderful events in their childrens lives by using such papers as these to record scrapbook memories then i would strongly encourage that.

    If you have looked around the site you will realise that these papers are also the backing papers for the holy cards that i create.

    How do you know that lives are not being changed by the use of such images?

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