These are some fun Valentine Hearts that were in progress when this photo was taken. These are now in the mail on their way to new homes. They had to hurry so as to be enjoyed before Valentine Day is over.
I of course would wear them anytime in the year as I love hearts and glitter and bling. I also wear lots of red or pink during the entire year so that works for me too.
These were extremely simple to make. Unfortunately they took a lot of hours and days to complete. It was fun to see how they came together. There are punched hearts from playing cards, eyelets, rhinestones, glitter, glue, dimensional glaze, beads, charms, fabric beads and ribbons. The time element was waiting for each glue or glaze to dry completely.
Patience is not easy for creative processes at all times. We are also having lots of wet soggy days so no heat or sunshine to help the drying phase. I know I could have used the hair dryer or the heat embosser. Luckily I did begin making these way in advance of my mailing date. Sometimes it is good to plan ahead. LOL
I have some additional ideas for ATC's in the Valentine theme using some, if not all, of these elements. Of course I have not started these and they would need to be dry and ready for giving this Sunday. No mailing of these at this late date. :o)
I also have another idea I will show after I have given them to some friends.
What are you working on for your Valentine's this year?
Happy Hearts to all and keep creating...
Sweet Valentines! I'm heading up to my sons 2cd grade class on Friday to help with his V-day party! We're decorating shoe boxes to hold all the valentines :)ReplyDelete
What a great idea - punching out playing cards - they look brilliant. I love visiting your blog -sadly I don't always have time to leave comments - but I do look.ReplyDelete
Love your hearts and your creative blog too!ReplyDelete
My first time here.
Have been doing Lampwork for years and noticed your necklace you made with the purchased beads...Charming!
Stop by when time allows...would love to have you visit!
Nice to meet you!
xoxo~Kathy @ Sweet Up-North Mornings...
your heart necklaces are wonderful!! i'm sure that each person who receives one will just LOVE it!! thanks so much for stopping by my blog....it's nice meeting you!! :))ReplyDelete
How precious!! What a fantastic project! You are going to bring a lot of smiles!!ReplyDelete