Friday, January 29, 2010

Show Me St. Louis Valentine Crafts

I have to admit...this was a fun show to work on!

How can you not like hearts, red, white, pink and yes...CANDY!

Here's information about the crafts and projects shown today on Show Me St. Louis. And as always if you have any questions..please don't hesitate to email me at Buzybunny@gmail.com!




Sweet Love Valentine Pocket




My Little Yellow Bicycle “Sweet Love” Papers (available at www.scrapbook.com)
Felt Heart , Ribbon & Puffy Red Heart (available at Michael’s Craft Stores)
Marvy Large Scallop Heart Punch
Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro Adhesive & Ribbon Adhesive
Fiskars Scallop Border Punch
Imaginisce Fabric Brad
Heart Shaped Eyelets
Cricut Expression Diecut Machine
Cards made from My Little Yellow Bicycle “Sweet Love” Card Kit
Colorbox Chalk Inks (available at your local Michael’s Craft Stores)
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Foam Squares

1) Select the papers you like for the background heart and front pocket heart. Cut the background heart about one inch smaller than the felt heart. Ink the edges of the paper heart.
2) Next cut another heart from patterned paper. Cut heart in half that when placed over background heart it will form a pocket. Ink edges of the heart. If you have a sewing machine…using a heavy duty needle stitch the top paper heart onto the background paper heart. Stitch only along outside edges of heart leaving middle open for pocket. If you don’t have a sewing machine…consider handstitching or simply glue the hearts together adhering along the edge.
3) Cut a strip of paper from the striped paper. Use the Fiskars border punch to make a decorative edge. Ink the bottom edge and then adhere the paper strip onto heart pocket top edge. Next using the ribbon adhesive, add decorative ribbon to heart edge. Decorate with puffy heart and brad.
4) Using the scallop heart punch, punch out 20-24 hearts. Ink edges of the hearts. Glue hearts along felt heart edge. (If you are unable to find a felt heart…cut another large paper heart as the background.) Next adhere background heart with pocket.
5) Last, punch two small holes at the top of the heart. Insert and knot ribbon and your ready to hang and receive Valentines!
6) The Valentine cards shown were made using the Sweet Love Card kit and additional embellishments from the Little Yellow Bicycle line.









Love Letter Blocks

Bo Bunny “Persuasion” Papers, Cut Outs & Stickers (available at www.scrapbook.com)
Making Memories Slice Diecut System & Seasons Cartridge
Wood Blocks (purchased at Marshall’s)
Glue Arts Glue Glider Pro Adhesive
Red Stickles
Colorbox Chalk Inks (available at your local Michael’s Craft Stores)
Scrapbook Adhesives by 3L Foam Squares

1) Cut the background papers to fit the block size. Ink edges and adhere. Use the Persuasion Cut Outs as they perfectly fit these block sizes. Cut out from sheet, ink edges and adhere.
2) Select font and use Slice machine to cut letters and hearts. Ink edges and adhere to blocks!
3) Add red Stickles and Rhinestones to finish off!
Super easy, fun and really great decoration!!



Did you notice the amazing plate and glass set?! These are made by my good friend Mary Beth! She lives here in St.Louis and sells them through her Etsy store and the Purple Pickle in Kimmswick Missouri! These are fantastic pieces to add to you home servingware and perfect as gifts! Mary Beth makes all types and styles and colors! For more information here's a link to her Etsy Store! Let her know Julia sent you!

And did you see that cute heart necklace and those drop earrings I wore? Yes..it's for once not one of my pieces of jewelry but these were made by Celia from Glitz Glitter on Etsy! Here's a link to her amazing, amazing jewelry store! The heart necklace is part of her inventory however those long drop earrings she made just for me! Let her know Julia sent you...I'd love a discount on a future order!lol

Well that does it for today's show...I will have the absolutely adorable PaperTrey Ink Fortune Cookie craft coming up along with the stinkin cute PaperTrey Ink stamped suckers and heart tin next week!! Be sure to check back in! Also I will post on Monday the lip and mustache templates for the suckers too!


4 comments:

  1. Wowza...wowza...wowza....Incredible projects!

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  2. These are all amazing projects...so glad I found your blog!

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  3. Thank you Julia ,Cute little hearts besides all adorable hearty cards collections.Wish you all the best.

    Cheers!!!
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  4. Loving the love notes mailbox... I have a few mailboxes ill have to make one!! Love them all! Too cute! :)

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