This week is all about “Spreading the Love.” I want to introduce you to some wonderful women who have created some precious projects. For those “do-it-yourselfers,” you can be inspired...And for those of you who would prefer to “buy it and enjoy it,” many of these people have their own Etsy shops...so, yay!!!
Linda from Random Creativity is an accomplished artist and published author who has created this beautiful heart tag and it is among the special treasures in her Etsy shop. So, if you need it as a gift for someone special, this would be a great way to obtain a piece of her art.
Carol from The Answer is Chocolate made this heart and it is only one of the amazing projects on her blog. Carol is so generous with her creative spirit and has many tutorials--I always learn so much from her. Her artistic talent and decorating skills are impeccable!
Roselle of Seaside Rose Creations makes fabulous pieces in pink that are filled with shabby goodness...Just look at these adorable vintage heart tin--purely dreamy, don’t you think? You can grab them up in her Etsy shop. And if you are like me and love hand-painted pink roses, she has many delightful pieces to choose from.
Kim has an Etsy shop where her tags are available--and she has numerous beautiful hearts in her shop. Kim has been so busy that she does not have a blog at this time...so you can convo her at her shop if you’ve got any questions about her delightful creations.
Marfi of Incipient Wings is someone who is also “spreading the love.” She has something on her blog called “Guerilla Fridays.” What she asks people to do is create a piece of art and leave it somewhere for a stranger to find somewhere throughout the city that they live in...it’s amazing! This is a key that she recently left for someone to find--and look at the message--”Believe in Yourself!” Wow, this is special!
Would you like to know how to create a “shabby cottage-style” garland for Valentine’s Day? I first took this graphic sheet that I got from Shabby Cottage Studio.
I cut it out and embellished it. And voila, a romantic garland perfect for
Valentine’s Day--or any day that you’d like to have “a little romance in the air!”
Pssst...Next week, I will have a little surprise about this garland too...can’t wait to tell you about it while I have a special feature on decorating called “Doll It Up!”
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