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Do your kids give valentines to their friends? I haven’t heard what our school is planning this year but I love making something special with my daughters for them to give to their friends. This year we made these cute paper candy boxes to hold Lindt Chocolate Truffles. What a special little
Modern Art Decorating for Valentine’s Day or just showing someone you love them? You can create this piece of modern art with just a few steps. I’ve placed mine on our fireplace mantle. This project is a part of Tape Technologies Design Team for the month of February 2018. We were asked to
This is an example of the sixty some odd heart boxes we made for Valentine’s Day. Who were the lucky recipients? Kids in my daughters’ classes and their basketball teammates. What was inside? Those famous lip balm balls everyone is talking about, a mustache whistle and a valentine gumball. Some boxes were filled
This post is a part of the Cricut Valentines Event Jan 2018 sponsored by Angie from The Country Chic Cottage, Carolina with 30 Minute Crafts, and Jen with 100 Directions. For this link party, I created a Swirly Heart Valentine Card. The post includes a free SVG file so you can make your very own
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Janet Van Lone Trieschman is a mom who loves to create. She left a career as a college professor teaching Graphic Design to raise her family. Looking for a creative outlet, Janet started a website;
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