Let me start off by apologizing: there are several photos in this post, but they do all go together. I homeschool my oldest daughter, so we don't get to have all the fun of making class valentines and giving them out to people at school. This year, though, Valentine's Day fell on the day that we attend a storyhour at a local church. The storyhour is for preschoolers (for my younger two) and there is a craft time led by a homeschooling mom for the school aged children. So, we did get to make Valentine's this year.
These are cupcakes I made for the craft class. Aren't they cute? Little (ok, actually quite LARGE) conversation hearts! From the cupcake book "What's New Cupcake?" The ideas in there are so adorable! And this one was pretty easy, too.! And the bonus to all this is that I got to use up some paper that I thought I would NEVER use, and they all looked perfect!
Timeless Tuesday #207--put your heart on it
Tuesday Alchemy #50--My heart's all a flutter (hearts/wings)
Flutter by Wednesdays #227--hearts (with butterfly or fairy)
Crafty Ann's Challenge #83--Love Actually
Paper: DCWV (a pack that I have had for at least 10 years and thought I would never use it up)
Stamps: Verve "Text Objects" heart; sentiments printed on computer
Punches/dies: Martha Stewart butterfly punch; spellbinders oval and scalloped oval, large dies