Monday, February 8, 2010
Free Vday Craft E-Book
Prepare for a day of fun and romance with over 30 cute Valentine's Day ideas for accessories, home decor, gifts, cards and kids crafts. Whether you're making traditional valentine cards, or creating a special gift for that special someone, FaveCrafts has you covered with tons of Valentine ideas and projects.
Decorate your house with an easy felt sweetheart garland, or start an intricate crochet chocolate box project. Whatever you're doing this Valentine's Day, you'll enjoy our favorite Valentine's Day ideas by downloading this eBook for free!
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Included in this eBook:
Lovely Gifts & Decor
Candy Bouquet (pg 5) - Give a sweet gift to your favorite person, or decorate the home with candied floral arrangements.
Unique Valentine Vase (pg 10) - A perfect way to say I Love You with a small bouquet of flowers, real or fake. Perfect for mother or sister.
Crochet Heart Sachets (page 13) - This easy to make gift or decor item is especially wonderful when filled with sweet-smelling potpurri.
Jewelry & Accessories
Felt Heart Brooch or Pendant (pg 22) - This fashion-forward felt brooch is easy to make and tre chic.
XOXO Valentine Frame (pg 28) - Display your sweetheart for all to see in this precious red and pink frame.
Heart Toggle Necklace (pg 30) - This necklace will "charm" your young nieces or cousins. Make them in a variety of colors!
Happy Valentine Cards
Victorian Paper Valentines (pg 32) - Easy and thrifty, these Valentines are great for all your family and friends.
Pink Heart Mini Card & Envelope (pg 37) - It wouldn't be Valentine's Day without a few precious heart-shaped cards.
Valentine Crafts for Kids
Hugs sand Kisses Tic Tac Toe - Let the games begin with this fun Valentine game of tic tac toe. Makes a pretty decoration too.
Felt Conversation Pins - A great way to keep the kids from indulging in too much sugar: a felted craft that's easy and fun!
Valentine Plastic Lid Photo Frame - This one is so easy to make from recycled materials, and the grandparents will love them.
Calyn Leake Zeiger
- I'm a semi crunchy stay at home wife and mama of two boys. Extend Breastfeed, Cloth diaper, Cosleep, Babywear, Homeschool, Homebirth. My sons and I have some serious health concerns (allergies, growth hormone, kidney, lung, spine, etc...). We didn't realize they were genetic (or I had) until after Trace's birth. Tristian had some big medical and possibly/probably autism related delays in early childhood but also taught himself to read at 2yrs and started on math equations at 4yrs. Trace is bit delayed across the board by about 6 months, but as he's 1yr+ behind in height... it's not very noticable ;-) Trace is very musical and hands on. With plenty of common sense, love, good doctors and faith we are doing wonderfully!
This wonderful chapter in my life of discovering the green subculture has (mostly) ended. Living green on a budget has changed from the thrill of discovery to habit. This blog remains in rememberance- with occasionally crossover posting. I hope you join me- the same green mama on a budget, in a new blog celebrating life's daily experiences- LIFE O'KAY http://lifeokay.blogspot.com/ Still lots of crafts & crunchiness- with even more sweet family moments.