Tuesday, February 1, 2011

Cute idea for a Valentine's card

I cannot take credit for this in any way...I saw it on my cousin's blog last year and was so excited for Valentine's Day to come around this year so I could do it. Isn't this so cute? I recommend printing at Costco, choosing the "lustre" finish as well as the option of having a "white border." At 13 cents each, that can't be beat!


29 comments:

Val said...

So cute. What did you use to punch holes?

Melissa said...

I love it! Thanks for the idea!

Spark*Amy said...

That is adorable!! I hope I can convince my 6yo to do this for her class this year.

Dawn @DigiScrapFun said...

That's a really cool idea! I'm going to share your blog link on my twitter :)

Summer said...

Val, that was the dilemma because my hole puncher was not reaching. So, I originally use a push pin and pushed a lot of holes before sticking the lollipop in, but then I remembered that way back when I used to do real scrapbooking (prior to digital) that I used one of those little hammer tools that you use when you do brads on your scrapbook pages. When there's a will there's a way! But most often, people come up with easier ways then I do. Good luck!

valerie said...

Summer those are awesome!!
Also, thanks for the kit in your previous post - your story has me still smiling :)

dientje said...

this is just great!

Jennifer Moore said...

That is super awesome.

Anonymous said...

totally making these!

Leah said...

Adorable!

Going to show the kids now... Once I learned digital scrapbooking we quit buying store bought valentines - I just make them now. :)

Jody said...

this is so neat - I am going to try to make this for my young grandson to give out.

LifeAsDINKers (Ava-J) said...

love the idea...totally cute!

Brooke said...

That is the CUTEST idea ever!! I LOVE it! thanks for sharing everything you share!

Janiece said...

Truly the best card idea I have ever seen.

krafting kelly said...

So clever!!! I've already got this year's started, but maybe I'll do this next year.

jfbast said...

that is so funny! i made these for my son a few years ago and i had never seen it before. i thought i totally made it up! :) The FAB 5 and FAB5ink

not quite as cute as yours though. love all your stuff, summer.

The Nielsen Family said...

Those are so stinkin' cute, too bad my kids are all too old to give valentines

Julie Rae said...

I just finished mine! Thanks for the great idea!

Eduardo Dantas said...

Congratulatios!

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Sher said...

my sister did one just like this with her son a few years ago! I it's the most clever valentine ever!

TheKeilShpeel said...

This is perfect.. Thanks.

Admin said...

LOVE THIS!!!!!!!

yoga mama said...

very clever and super adorable. =)

Misty Allen said...

This is just awesome! One of the cleverest ideas I have seen in a while! Love it! Brilliant!!!

Max said...

That is so cuol

Sandra said...

Your Designs are really good and make it easy to put a card together without having to put to much thought into it because the images do that for you, will keep looking out for more as i can do lots with them

Think Positive said...

Very good idea, loving it. :-)

pearita said...

That's a really CUTE IDEA !!!

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