I heart projects

I really should have posted this back in February when I made this but better late than never.

Again, inspired by a Paula project (which she kind of cased from the SU catalog) I set to work to copy and made this heart.
1. I gathered up all things pink and red in my craft room.
2. Started to make all sorts of little embellishments.
3. I cut out a piece of chipboard in the heart shape I wanted.
4. Set to work arranging...   After I was pleased with the arrangement I hot glued down to to the chipboard heart.
5. pinned to cork board frame.

I took this project to my February card club because I found it showcased paper and embellishments in a different way.  Fun stuff.

Happy VDay- Belated

Happy VDay - little overdue

Happy Valentine's day! Even though this is a few days past we still love ya!

Here is a sweet clip from Nicholas and his chocolate covered mouth wishing you love.

And for remembering purposes the simple gifts for the boys.

Card Club - February

Hey gals!  Here are February projects using mostly Spring catalog and SAB products.   Thanks Julie S. and her upline meeting last week and for the great ideas.

Triple stamping using the SU Raining Flowers (and an alternate shown using Secret Garden) stamp set.

Here are the measurements and instructions to recreate the triple stamping card.

1. Cut three pieces of white or vanilla card stock.
2-1/2 x 3-1/2
3-1/4 x 4-3/8
4 x 5-1/4
2. Cut three pieces of contrasting card stock
2-3/4 x 3-3/4
3-1/2 x 4-5/8
4-1/4 x 11 or 5-1/2 x 8-1/2 folded for card base
3. Layer the White or vanilla card stock pieces and stamp.
4. Alternate layers of the stamped card stock and contrasting card stock, adhere.

Faux chalkboard effect using Oh, Hello stamp set and whisper white craft ink. Just stamp the craft ink directly onto the black card stock, then with a sponge lightly buff and smear to get the chalky effect. Easy.

Sweet and simple doily card using Oh, Hello stamp set, paper doilies and whisper white craft ink.

And lastly, here is a shot of the sweet Valentines I made for the card club girls. Looks like candy. Craft candy.