Sunday, January 15, 2012
Here are a few supplies that I just love! I ordered some vintage valentine bingo cards from Jenni Bowlin. I then found a paper pack at Hobby Lobby also by Jenni Bowlin that matches perfectly. I used some of the flower embellishments I made a few days ago with Stampin' Up's "Fun Flowers" die. I used black paper and some dyed newspaper (dyed with "Mel's Dinner" glimmer mist from Tattered Angels). I put a pearl gem in the centers. I used some wrinkle ribbon from my stash and some red flower embellishments (from Michaels). Thanks for stopping by. Happy creating!
Saturday, January 14, 2012
Here are some of the things I made from a Ladybug Valentine kit. I used the cartridge Create A Critter from Cricut. I used the cute little ladybug to made some cards, a notebook, a treat bag and more. I have also been making these little paperbag pocket envelopes to put all the valentine treats in. The sentiment is from the set Bugs and Kisses (retired Stampin' Up) and the glitter hearts are punched with a Stampin' Up punch from their red glitter paper.
Friday, January 13, 2012
Monday, January 9, 2012
Here is a Valentine that I made into a kit to sell. I made one sample and included enough pieces to make 5 more cards. The stamp on this Valentine is from Jenni Bowlin Studio called "Whimsy Silhouette". The girl is actually holding a star, I just put the heart over it. The glitter heart is punched from Stampin' Up's red glitter paper. Thanks for looking!
Saturday, January 7, 2012
I found these cute pictures of a vintage popcorn Valentine and thought this would make a cute Valentine gift this year. I found the clip art picture on a site called Vintage Crafts and Holiday clip art. I printed the Valentine and cut it out. I then decorated a mini bag of popcorn with pattern paper and attached the valentine on the front. A little glitter on the popcorn adds just the right amount of sparkle. I also added some ribbon and punched hearts. The second time I was creating these I had a thought.... I had these popcorn bags (for no reason other than I thought someday I would be able to use them for crafting!). I put the popcorn in the bag, stapled it shut and then decorated the bag.