Tag: valentine’s day

Alternative Valentines

Alternative Valentines

Sometimes it’s good to be a bit different. While those boxed valentines makes life easy it also makes it mundane. I much prefer something DIY and that’s exactly what we whipped up this Valentine’s Day. Kids joined for a Valentines making workshop at the studio 

Crafternoon Delight: Valentines

Crafternoon Delight: Valentines

2/12, noon – 1:oopm Create Valentines with reuse materials to show you care about your sweetie and the environment. Or if you’d rather express your dark side, come create anti-valentines. We aim to please! RSVP required: http://diystudio.net/create/. $10 non-member, $8 members.

Upcycled Valentine Bottle Vases

Valentines day is coming soon and now is a great time to show your friends and family that you care. But don’t feel like you have to buy something new to express how you feel. Instead try crafting up some upcycled bottle vases. With a 

Kiddo Valentines

I mustache you a question… Will you be my Valentine? This was so simple to do. I started by purchasing black felt with a sticker back. I cut out a mustache and asked my kids to pose so I could get pictures. I then designed 

Love is in the Air, Free Vintage Inspired Valentine Download

It’s almost February. You know what that means, a bombardment of all that is saccharin and sweet. To help celebrate the holiday, I’ve created vintage inspired Valentines that you can download and share with your sweetie and pals. Even if you don’t have anyone that 

Sugary Sweet Rings

Valentine’s Day is only one month away and it’s never too early to plan ahead. So I am inspired to make a bunch of sweet cabochon rings for the holiday. And to the honor the day even more, I’ve named each ring one of my 

Love is in the Air

Love is in the Air

Valentine’s Day through a Child’s Eyes

Valentine Love

It’s been a fun past few days getting ready for Valentine’s Day. Both my kiddos have had fun celebrations in class. Little Missy had cute gingerbread house decorating, and Little Man just experienced his first Valentine’s party in a classroom. At home we’ve decorated the