The Christmas holiday is over and what a wonderful time we had with family and friends! I wanted to keep ahead of the up coming Valentine's day events, so I decided to start my valentines! I came across this idea when I went on a retreat last year with my SIL. One of her dear friends was turning 50 and decided to host a retreat weekend down in Farmington. One of the projects we decided to do was a shoebox exchange. One of the ladies came equipt with this adorable little bag and taught us how to make it! I wish I could remember her name, but as you look at it, maybe you can help me out!
SU card stock: Pretty in Pink SU paper punch SU designer paper: Bella Rose Spellbinders - Labels Eight Cuttle Bug: Floral Fantasy embossing folder Cricut - George and Basic Shapes Clothes pin - Dollar store Bag - Treat sacks
With things a little tight this year, a handmade Christmas was just the trick! I needed something cute for all the teachers and kid care ladies!
Here are a few of the things I came up with!
This is an "Elf Boot." I googled "elf boot template" and found it right here Valitas Fresh Folds blog. The template fits on an 8 1/2 x 11 sheet of paper. There's an easy step by step instruction sheet to go with it.
This is a ceramic tile that we had left over from a tile project! I used my Cricut (woodlands cartridge) and Spellbinders for this one.
Tammy's Craft Closet is open for blogging! I've visited many other crafters' blogs and love what I see! I said to myself one day..."Self...you can do that!" So here I am. I hope you enjoy this as much as I'm going to have fun sharing my projects. On here you will see many things.
My SIL Tami got me hooked! Don't forget to visit her blog as well!
I'm a 40 something married mom with 5 kids. I have a wonderful husband who supports me in all I do! We have a mixed of his kids, my kid, and our kids. I work full time outside the home, and full time inside the home!