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Valentine’s Day layouts

Filed under: Projects — January 19, 2022 @ 2:44 pm

I’ll share a few more Valentine’s Day projects today. Who do you sent cards to? Valentines are treasured by significant others, moms, kids, grandmas, friends and just about anyone you send a homemade card. Drop off a batch at your local nursing home. If I still haven’t inspired you to make cards for Valentine’s Day, you can use these easy layouts for other occasions.

First, an oops.

I make so many mistakes on my Facebook lives! My class sample is on the left. On the right I adhered the pieces of Designer Series paper upside down! Fortunately, the pattern was bidirectional so I just went with it and it looks like I planned it that way. I do love this Sweet Talk paper. And the layout is so easy – 4×4 and 4×1″ pieces- very conserving of your pretty paper. I tied the ribbon over the little gap between the 2 papers.

I want to remind you that some of the products in the annual catalog and carry over products are perfect for Valentine’s Day crafting: The Dotty Hearts embossing folders, ribbons, the Heart Pack punches. Try the Nuts About Squirrels stamp set for a cute card. And don’t forget treat boxes for little gifts.

Valentines Day cards

And here’s a closeup of my Dotty Hearts cards.

My 6 page PDF of Valentine’s Day projects is free with any purchase from my online store. Click on any of the pictures below and it will take you right to that item!

Happy crafting,

Kim Wilson

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  1. Louise:

    Do you sell your pdf for Love and Happiness?

  2. Kim Wilson:

    I don’t have a pdf for Love & Happiness. I do have a pdf for sale for the Sweet Talk Suite.

  3. Peggy:

    Hi I just saw your lady bug made with candy hearts could you give me the link of your Facebook live showing how to make this. It’s so adorable.
    Thanks and you have a blessed day.

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