A Valentine Blog Hop!

Welcome to the Creative Cuts and More Valentine blog hop! If you just arrived here from Jenny Erichson’s blog you are in the right place, if you landed here from somewhere else be sure to start the blog hop at the beginning at the Die Cut Diva blog where you will find out how you can win an awesome grab bag of CC&M die cuts! The theme this month is Valentine’s Day (one of my favorite holidays!) here is my project:

A sweet set using dies from Creative cuts and More!

I know a sleigh is normally thought of as a Christmas element but I live in Maine so it is very appropriate. I used the sleigh box in Loganberry Bazzill textured for this. I cut styrofoam to fit in the box and stuck in covered lollipops made with the Small heart #02 die (Just place the pop in between to hearts and secure it with an eyelet or staple on each side)ย  then I added some flat square marbles on top to anchor the box and give it some sparkle!

A Sled to hold Valentine Lollipops!

For the card I used the 5 1/4 scalloped heart window card and the mini hearts cut from petunia and sweetheart Bazzill cardstock. I cut apart the Bingo Card form the Love grows digital stamp set from Lindsay’s stamp Stuff and adhered the “Love” to the front of the card and the numbers inside. A little paper piercing and scallop scissors complete the look.

Die cuts: CC&M, Bingo Card Digital Stamp: Lindsay's Stamp Stuff

Now you have seen my project be sure to hop over to Chrissy’s Blog, you won’t be disappointed. Thanks for stopping by and till next time happy crafting!

15 Responses

  1. I love that you used the sleigh in February filled it with hearts! How festive! Love the calendar card you created too, how SWEET!

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  2. Lindsay, you are so clever and creative-as always!! Great job on these, and I will miss you lots! Of course I hope we still visit!

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  3. Super projects! You are so talented!

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  4. Cute idea to use the sleigh for Valentine’s!

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  5. Beautiful cards! You made sleigh in card-it is the great one idea. Thanks for sharing such nice ideas. I would like to make such an unique card.

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  6. Super cute little sleigh. Love the out of the box idea to use it for V-day instead of X-mas ๐Ÿ™‚

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  7. The deep rich colors that your projects have today is so fabulous! What a creative way to use the sleigh for something other than Xmas! Inspired!

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  8. Wow…. ok I know I’m sounding repetitive when I say WOW, but ….wow. That lollipop sled is absolutely adorable.

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  9. WOW! These are fantastic! I love the sleigh, it’s so pretty!!

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  10. Fantastic idea that you used a sleigh!! Only you could get away with this…………..xx

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  11. I love the sleigh with the Valentine pops. So cute and creative!

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  12. CUTE, CUTE, CUTE!!! Love the sleigh in Maine for Valentine’s Day! I think we even could have used it in FL this week! ๐Ÿ˜‰

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  13. just awesome

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  14. Very nice!! I love the sleigh, I think it works great with the valentine theme!

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  15. The textured paper is a water coloring paper for crafts I bought at an office/art supply store here locally. Since I don’t have many options for that stuff locally I have bought a few of them and have used them for the blending…it’s not the best but it’s ok as a filler/fill-in/replacement type to use when in a pinch. I have used it before but have been tinkering with some lighting and this is the first time I have noticed the texture pop out in the pic! LOL

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