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Want to see some projects with a lot of love – along with a lot of craftiness using some of my cutting shapes found in the Silhouette store or at lori Whitlock’s svg shop?  Here they are:

Go to greylustergirl for a tutorial on how to use vellum in your Silhouette machine  Click here to find the shape in my Silhouette shop.

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How about this scrapbook application of the perfect NON-Valentines love quote – good for 365 days of the year  Click here to find the shape in the Silhouette shop.

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And I am in love with Kelly’s application of my “Come Unto Christ” theme shape.  Click here to find the shape in the shop.  And her post about the invite is here.

New Beginnings Invites by Kelly Wayment-1

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Here we go.  I’ve loaded up my silhouette store with all kinds of valentines.  There is something for everyone – kids or friends or spouses.  You’ll find it all here.  Want to take a look?  Click on each image to find the designs in my store.

A2 Cards + Envelope:

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Flourish Hearts + Butterfly Heart:

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Valentine Subway Art (Muy popular, by the way.  Don’t be the only one who doesn’t have one!):

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Valentine Photo Props + Kissing Booth Banner (I know you want these.  I can see the darling photos now!):

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3D Print and Cut Cards (yes, that’s a spider.  Hello, little boy valentine!) + envelope.  You print and cut these out and either add the cut shape that comes with each card or add a 3D toy (aka: a real toy top, a real maze toy or a toy bug).  If you use a 3D toy then use a plastic or glassine bag as the envelope for your valentine.  So cute.

You're the Tops Card

You're Amazing

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I went shopping the other day and saw the aisles of pink and red valentines, ready to fill your child’s box at school.  Since I believe we are never too old for a valentine – here is a download for you to use in your holiday frame or to make valentine cards of your own.  Or better yet – give someone a framed valentine and teach them how to change out the image on Download Day.

So many possibilities.

Enjoy!

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