Wednesday, February 4, 2015

Valentine Greetings - Ewe-N-Me Printables

This is such a beautiful file that I just had to work with it. Valentine Tea Bag Envelope has a lot of possibilities and my first idea was to make an invitation to a Valentine Tea Party involving my dolls in their sandbox and their forever tea party but I decided to show my sane side instead and went with a card.

You get 2 tea envelopes on the page, all you need to do is cut them out and assemble them.

I cut mine out using just the front and back panels. Then I laid out my cardstock and go it ready to spray the heart background with my eBrush.
Of course I used one of the masks/stencils that I designed and made.
I added some Glazed Dimensions to the rose bud and the, "V" and "G" in the sentiment to give it a little shine, added a piece of ribbon I found while clearing out a box and 2 hearts from Queen and Co. I ran the pink paper through my eBosser using the Delicate Dots folder, attached it to the front of the card and added my Printable to the embossed scrap.
I stamped the inside sentiment and attached the back side of the tea envelope inside the card.
We are having a blog hop February 6-8, please come join us and see what everyone has made with their special files. Deena has a great giveaway planned and I will also be offering a giveaway on my blog, 2 of my heart mask/stencils. Please come see what I have made and enter my drawing.
The following picture is for those of you who would like to see my not quite so sane side:
Back in Michigan I actually had real sand in the box but I haven't added any since our move to Arizona. My Dad made this for me about 15 years ago, this little sandbox is one of my most prized possessions. 
Thank you for stopping by to take a look at my card.

1 comment:

  1. Love your cute card.
    Thanks for sharing your doll sandbox. What a wonderful keepsake from your Dad.
    Crafty hugs,
    DesignByDragonfly {blogspot}


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