Have you ever wanted to decorate the inside of your card, but weren’t sure how? A recessed background is a great way to decorate both the inside and outside together. A few of your favorite dies is all you need to create the beautiful flowers in this recessed background.
Valentine’s Day is only a couple of days away and I’m sure there are more than a few of you who haven’t even thought about your class valentines yet. Instead of running to the store, try whipping up one of these homemade valentines. They’re unique, memorable, and best of all: easy.
When I was little, I loved creating paper hearts this way, so I’m sure you could talk a kid into giving you a hand to create their valentines. These favors are super cute, and so easy to make, you’ll be done in no time.
I was looking for a fun alternative to the typical candy valentines, without making me into that “boring” mom who “never” gives anything fun. I think these Pencil Arrow Valentines will be “write” on target! I made these with stuff I already had around the house (except the fun pencils), and they are easy enough that even young crafters can help you!
Wreaths aren’t just for the Christmas season anymore. I think a wreath brightens up a doorway so nicely and it seems like there is always something to celebrate. Here are some of my favorite wreaths for Valentine’s Day!
Make a cute chocolate covered strawberry necklace to add some fun to your Valentine’s Day outfit. You can even skip the chocolate and create a plain strawberry necklace to add a pop of red to a spring outfit.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, I mean how can you miss it with all of the pink and hearts all over stores. Elyse’s school (aka daycare) is having a little party and I wanted to be sure that she had something festive to wear for the occasion.