I hope 2019 finds you with happy hearts! This 2018 Occasions stamp set, Heart Happiness (now retired) made my heart smile. I liked it cause it has an array of nice and not-to-fancy hearts. Perfect for many occasions.
I used it to make this month’s calendar along with blushing bride and berry burst inks and papers. It’s such a simple layout and design and can easily be transcribed to a clean and simple card front… Perfect for that friend or significant other…for whomever’s heart you’d like to make happy!
Oh! I had a fun little idea to share for you DIYers out there… This comes follower, Roberta. Instead of gifting the entire calendar at once, she sends her friends the next calendar page one month at a time with a little note! This most DEFINITELY makes my heart happy.
Head over and check out what Anne and Cheryl have done!
February is always a fun month for me… a return to a normal routine after the holidays and the anticipation of the summer (as a school teacher, February always is an encouragement…that I may actually survive until the end of the school year). And, I’ve always enjoyed Valentines from a crafting standpoint. There’s no pressure around the holiday like Christmas brings, and it’s opportunity to do something cute, simple and fun!
This February is no exception. The 2017 Occasions catalog had this stamp set, Yummy in my Tummy and the minute I saw it I KNEW this lovable beast needed to be in my calendar. (Sorry, the set is now retired… I know, so sad)
Such a super simple, easy image. And you can color, or no need… And, he’s just a little friendly smile to see as you change the months on the calendar.
Hope you enjoy your February! Head on over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you today!
Happy February! As we turn the page to this month, love is in the air!! I love these little lady bugs. So cute. Reminds me of those I love in my own life…
This month is so simple, but cute. And, it was super fast to make… The stamp set is Love You Lots (obviously….) and did a quick marker color and that is that! This would also make a cute little 3×3 card too for your valentine!
Head on over to see what Anne and Cheryl have for you!!
Here’s a little treat bag for your crafting pleasure. I made this last month in my Stamp Clubs. Wanted something to celebrate the Valentine holiday, but not too ‘in your face’. I wanted it to be able to be used any time.
I love the little kraft treat bags from Stampin’ Up! You can get a pack of 10 for $3.50! It’s a steal! And, I made up a handful to have on hand…just so they were available when I needed to give a little gift … or treat…
The ‘A Nice Cuppa’ stamp set was a lot of fun to play with. I love tea cups. I wish I enjoyed hot tea more. Well, I do enjoy it. When it is cold out. Its just that I am rarely cold enough to feel the need to drink hot tea… anyway…
The framelits make cutting the cup and the tag and the steam out VERY easy. And, a little glimmer paper for the heart… I used Wink of Stella to add the accent to the cup and to the steam. (HAVE YOU TRIED STELLA YET???? You NEED TO.)
I realized Valentine’s Day has come and gone, but I want to share a little of the decor I made for the house. Actually, I made 13 of these… sent to family on the mainland for Valentine’s!! What a wonderful piece of HAPPY mail!
Even though I made it pink and hearts, I really tried to keep it from being TOO Valentine-y just cause I wanted people to be able to leave it up past the holiday. Just cause it is very cheery…
Love the Blushing Bride Glimmer paper. It’s fabulous. I actually thought it would be too pink for my liking, but when it came, I was wonderfully surprised. It seems to go well with everything.
I cut the banners out on the big shot… cut out the dsp and photos alike. The big shot makes the easiest banners… (and many other things.)
Our little heart punch lines up very well with the Hearts TIEF… The glimmer cut outs glued in real well.. (oops, looks like one of my hearts is a little crooked…)
I had a very hard time getting pictures without glare…
One of my favorite card sites (for making digital cards) is Pear Tree Greetings. I saw the idea of sending a Valentine’s Banner on their site. But, it was about $3 EACH. To order! And, I figure, with this banner, I spent less than a dollar! And, it came together in minutes! You could modify for any occasion!
Ok. Homework: Go make some spring banners. And send me some pics!! I wanna see. They are so much fun!!
I love this little bee!! It has such a cheery smile… so it was a MUST for this February Post.
The stamps are from the Honeycomb Hello stamp set. The little polka dot hexagon background adds the perfect amount of texture and color to the page… And, of course, you cannot forget the bling in the heart punch-out…
Go see what Anne and Cheryl have for you! And, happy Valentine’s Day to you!