When I think of Valentine's, I think of vintage. Vicky's style is wonderful for this theme. In her first project. she has amazing distressing and special touches that add a great nostalgic feel. I love the contrast of the dark distressed edges and crumpled map with the softness of the netting flowers.
On this project Vicky adds some shabby colors and textures. This layout is so sweet with the flowers, hearts and pearls. I really like the border below the photo that Vicky created using individual flower petals. Neat idea!
Cindy made this page about the love notes that her husband leaves hidden for her. This is just precious! This is a great "life" page. It's about some of those little moments in life, that really make a big impact. Not all memories have a photo with people in them, some don't even have a photo. The important part is just getting it recorded.
This digital page by Dolores would be an amazing gift for Valentine's Day. Not only has she created a beautiful page with a wonderful photo, she has also included a lovely note to her husband. Writing a letter or note is a great way to journal your feelings. Dolores has also included a scripture passage. Another great way to journal! I am in love with that pretty, swirly heart in the background!
Who would not want to sneak a little love note into this gorgeous mail box? Nancy created this to do just that, hold love notes. Oh my, this is just beautiful. Even the little flag is decorated.
All the little details really make this project shine! Check out the gold edges to the flowers. Beautiful!
This is a Valentine gift box that I created. I recycled an empty ribbon spool to create it. The lid opens and small treats can be placed inside.
We will leave you with the classic Valentine, a card. This card is made using digital papers that I printed and cut into the shapes. The flower is made from seam binding. Cards for Valentines day are a great craft project to do with the kids.
Now that is a lot of lovely inspiration for Valentines! We hope you have fun creating!