Pop-Up-Heart Trader Joe's Valentine Card

I made this Valentine for a friend of mine who tragically *dramatic pause* lives in a Trader Joe-less part of the country.  **Cue inspirational music**  A part of our great nation where grocers don't wear Hawaiian shirts and two-buck-chuck is a story heard only in fairy tales.  I hope to, within my lifetime, see a world where everyone can get fat free black bean dip and Orangeboom regardless of their geographical location!  Where Oklahoma and Arkansas can share not just a border, but a love for free samples!  Can I get an amen?!
For this project you will need:
  • one piece of red 8.5x11" cardstock
  • one Trader Joe's bag
  • scissors
  • a glue stick
  • a sharpie
  • a cat butt (optional)
Step 1: Start out by laying your cardstock on your cut proof mat.  For quality control purposes your cat should immediatly come sit on whatever it is you're doing and act like she doesn't see you.  Once you've passed this rigurous inspection process move on to Step 2.
Step 2: Fold paper in half (use handle of scissors to create a nice crease) and cut along fold.
Step 3: Fold both halves in half again to create a card shape.
Step 4: With paper folded in half, draw the outline of 2 hearts on one of the pieces of paper.  The outer heart should leave a space at the farthest edge connected to the paper.  Leave about 1/2" connected. 
Cut outer heart (leaving 1/2" connector!) and fold back.
Then cut the inner heart out entirely.
Leaving you with this cute pop-out-heart card.
Step 5: Cut the side out of a T.J.'s bag (this is technically upcycling) and place your card over it to frame your image. 
(I decided on the wine bottle with a trace of the "traderjoes.com" visable just in case my recipient a. doesn't realize what the background is or b. doesn't check my blog.  In either case, she's kind of a jerk.)
Step 6. Now, glue the background to the back of the card, making sure not to glue down the heart or else it won't pop-up anymore.
Add the other half of the cardstock to the back of the card to make it pretty.
Write your message and you're done!
One of the great things about this card is that it makes you seem sweet, wanting to share a little piece of Trader Joe's with someone less fortunate but in reality you're kinda just rubbing it in their face.  Awww, I love friendship.  Happy crafting!