Sunday

Fresh and Freaky Valentine Fun



Hi there!

I am here to show you some fun Valentine's day projects today, as
a part of the Control Freaks Stampin' Up! only blog tour.  Yay!

You likely arrived via Julie Davison's blog, but if you are going backwards
go ahead and head that way!  Beautiful projects!

I have two things to share with you today.
The first is a Valentine for my hubby:




He is a no-frills kinda man, so I think this is a nice mix of
what he prefers, and what I like!  The new retro fresh line of Stampin'
Up products is SO FUN!  The colors are AWESOME.

I could expire from the love I feel for those two new
tag topper punches also!  Could Stampin' Up make it any easier
to make extra cute things?!?

The sentiment is from the new photopolymer set,Countless Sayings 2.



I like mixing in Bermuda Bay with the colors
in the Retro Fresh paper, just for funsies.

Next I have a little door hanger for my babies:

 I made this using my Heart Framelits, as well as more
of the same Retro Fresh paper...threw in some fun
washi tape, and ruffled Coastal Cabana ribbon.
Crushed Curry chevron ribbon for a handle and we're in business!


I did use jumbo eyelets on the sides,as knowing me I will
load this baby with all kinds of fun things for them
the morning of the 14th!  What a fun surprise hanging on their door!

I took some pictures of how I made this, so if you would like to
see how I put it together feel free to subscribe (enter your email
on the right sidebar of my blog) so you won't
miss the tutorial.

Hope you liked my projects!!  Follow the link to the
oh-so-fabulous Mary's freaky projects!
Have a great day :)

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8 comments:

Wendy Weixler said...

Card is SWEET!! That little door hanger is ALSO adorable!!! Welcome back, Freaky Friend!! We have MISSED you!!!

Debbie Henderson said...

Love how you coordinated the DSP for both projects! That particular design works so well with the items you used to layer your projects!

Del Logan said...

I have subscribed but cannot see how to get to the tutorial on the door hangers. Cld you please email to dellogan@iinet.net.au. I tried sending a comment before, but does not seem to have worked. Many tks

Debra said...

Fantastic man card and heart hanger box. Your girls will love those hanging on their doors. Perfect.

Nikki Booth said...

Love, love, love these projects! Such an awesome job!

Elise G said...

Stinkin love that heart door hanger!!! Simply stunning and very fun use of sentiment.

Carol Carriveau said...

Your card is lovely....your heart box is wonderful! Can only imagine how wonderful they will look on a door knob...what a lovely surprise!

MarvA1ix said...

The door hangers are adorable, and I love the grommet reinforcements. Good idea!