Saturday, 15 February 2014


Now that Valentine's Day is over I can show what I gave my OH. I recycled a tin that had contained some Delhi mix and filled it with chocolate hearts. The papers are retired from last year. The " made with love" is from Whole Lot of Love set.
For the card I used the Language of Love set stamped in Real Red and heat embossed with clear embossing powder, mounted on a scalloped heart cut out with the heart framelit from the retired Hearts a Flutter set. The key was cut with my Cameo, and the sentiment was computer generated

Now that the Playground gates are open again I am going to take this over there ,as it used all snippets apart from the base, and see what everyone is up to

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  1. Morning from hot and humid Aussie and wow what a start to seeing this beautiful it heaps.xx

  2. Lovely gifts for Valentines Day. Glad you recycled that tin!

  3. Awww... what a great Valentine present that straight from the heart (and the crafty hands). I'm loving it!

  4. Superb recycling and I love the key made with your cameo. Hugs Mrs A.

  5. Lovely valentines projects Sue, Cathy x

  6. Great card - and the key is fabulous! I do love your tin too :)

    Sorry I'm behind with commenting!

    Hugs, Di xx

  7. Fabulous snippets make, Sue, and what a treat - literally - for your lucky OH!! Hugs, Darnell

  8. Great use of snippets and what a wonderful Valentine gift!

  9. Great Upcyling and great projects!

  10. Hi Sue

    Loving your altered tin very much!!

    Have a good week.

    Love Jules xx

  11. Both the card and gift are just perfect. xxx


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