Valentine Goodies by Christine and Natalie

I want to share with you some adorable Valentines projects. I LOVE these and want to make some of my own.  Christine says
Looking through the Valentine section in Lori’s store, I was immediately drawn to this Valentine card set.  Just as they are, they are beautiful cards, but I also saw what a little bling and extras could do to make them sparkle.
Here is a sneak peek of each card.  I used the pattern paper Love Story by Lori Whitlock for Echo Park and added glitter cardstock, gems, and ribbon.
Christine has GREAT tutorials and instructions on her Blog about these cards, so be sure to hop over and check it out.   
Next I have Natalie’s project to share with you. She used the Heart Pocket. It will be in the shop by the end of the day, but can be found in the Silhouette store now. Natalie has more pictures and info on her blog so be sure on check it out, until then, Natalie says…
Happy Tuesday everyone!  I have a little project for you today that will sweeten anyones day!  On Valentines Day, we always like to make a special dinner for the kids.  We make chocolate waffles with raspberry syrup.  It’s something my kids look forward to every year.  And lets face it, who doesn’t love breakfast for dinner?   
I made these little pockets last year for our Valentines dinner, which I slipped a little note to tell them all the reasons I loved them.  But this year, I am going to put them out early so I can fill them with notes all  month long.  After I made them, I tied them to the backs of their chairs a the table.  They made my table look so festive, and how fun is it to get love notes every day!
Echo Parks Be Mine collection found here
Lori’s heart pocket file found here
added some bakers twine to tie them to the chair
Ladies, thank you for sharing your talents with us. These are beautiful!

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Mendi Yoshikawa - January 16, 2013 - 1:52 am

What cute projects ladies! Christine, your cards turned out s happy and fun with the addition of glittered cardstock!

Natalie, I love your idea of the heart pockets on the kids dinner chairs! When I saw this file in Lori’s store today I immediately thought of a valentine holder that I designed in the fourth grade that was similar in style. Brings back great memories…

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