Before we get into today’s Friday Favorites, won’t you come join me at the Craft Warehouse blog? You’ll find me there talking about the project I just made for them from the book Fabric by Fabric One Yard Wonders. That’s right, a cute bag from only one yard of fabric! I’d love to hear what you think.
Now, about those favorites - Valentine’s Day is coming up fast, and there are so many fun things you can make for it, I decided it deserved two Fridays. This week, I’m sharing a round-up of Valentines you can make for everyone you <3.
There are lots of Valentines out there that incorporate Smarties candies, but I really like this 3-D version from Tip Junkie.
Valentines can include food without it having to be sweet, as proven by these Nacho Average Valentines from Skip to my Lou.
These Fruit Roll-Up Valentines from She Knows actually look super easy.
This Bubblegum Valentine from Project Denneler is so clever.
These Valentine Arrows from Creative Capital B are a fun change from the usual flat cards.
Housing a Forest shows how to make several animals from cut-out hearts, but I especially like this owl.
I haven’t seen the movie Frozen yet, but from what I hear I really need to. If you’re already a fan, try out these Frozen Olaf Valentines from One Creative Mommy.
If you and I were in the same classroom I would give you a Sock Monkey Super Hero Valentine from Over the Big Moon.
You’re going to need something to put all those Valentines into, so how about this cute Valentine Pocket from ThermoWeb?
Visit me again next Friday for some Valentine’s décor!