Wednesday, January 21, 2009


The simplest things bring the most pleasure, don't they? These are a couple more samples of the valentines we'll be making on Saturday, January 31. The small round valentine has a Peppermint Patty sandwiched between scallop circle punches. The sucker is just a rectangular piece of card stock with a hole punched for the stick and the same scallop circle punch and stamped design. These are probably the designs that Maci Ellen (my four-year-old) will be making for her class. My teenagers like to take treats too so one of these might be a good choice since they can be "mass produced!" These were made using Pink Pirouette and Riding Hood Red Card stock along with the Love You Much stamp set. Don't forget that the Love You Much bundle is available packaged together at 20% right now. Cick here to see the details.

The Make Your Own Valentines class will be a drop-in format from 10am-2pm. (Of course, you can stay later if you'd like!) There will be several stamp sets available and at least six samples and directions to complete each project available for you to mix and match your own valentines. OR JUST MASS PRODUCE THE SAME ONE! The cost will be $10.00 per dozen and includes the candy. This is the perfect class to bring your child/children and make your own valentines.

Tip! Dress your sweet babies in valentines colors, take some pictures of them making their own valentines and plan to use the pictures at the upcoming February Scrapbook class! TBA

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