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Creative Valentines

Day 4 of May Arts / Glue Arts Blog Week!

Creative Valentines

Latrice here with a fun and creative Valentine to share with you today. If you’re anything like me that means you hoard ribbon and have tons of scraps that you have no idea what to do with. Well let me tell you that my whole project is created from scraps. Paper and ribbon both. Here is what I created for you today.

 

 

Here are the pieces I used to create it.

 

 

Materials:

  • Cardstock: Kraft left over from Christmas card making, Patterned paper left over from Valentine’s Day cards, white cardstock from my scrap stash.
  • Adhesive: Glue Arts GlueGlider PRO with Perma Tac adhesive refill.
  • Embellishments: Making Memories bits and pieces left from another project.
  • Ribbon: May Arts double faced Satin HA14 1-½”, Grosgrain stitched edge BH14 3/8”

 

Instructions:

Step One: Cut all your pieces out. My heart was a piece left over and it was the negative space that was left. I trimmed it down to 5-½”x5-½”. My Kraft piece is 6×6 and my white piece is 5-¼”x5-¼”.

Step Two: Cover your white piece with the ribbon that you’ve chosen.  I covered my cardstock first completely with adhesive all the way to the edges. I laid them down on an angle and side by side.

 

 

Step Three: Place the ribbon covered piece onto the kraft piece, leaving an edge around. If you’ve cut your pieces correctly this shouldn’t be a problem.

Step Four: Add some 3D dots of any kid to the backside of the heart piece and layer it over the top of the ribbon covered cardstock. This raises it and give you tons of interest.

Step Five: Add your embellishments to one corner. See below.

 

 

I really hope that you take the time to create something special for someone in your life. This one will be hanging somewhere for my daughter to find. It’s perfect to attach a lollipop to or small treat.

 

Thanks for coming by the blog today. Happy crafting!

 

Blog Post By: Latrice Murphy

 

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  1. Lynda

    Great project!

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  2. sue w.

    Very creative use of left over ribbon scraps.
    stamping sue
    http://stampingsueinconnecticut.blogspot.com/

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  3. ellen s

    such a cool use of ribbon!

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  4. Charlene

    Way to use those scraps…beautifully!!

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  5. Janet Sisk

    Love this card. Interesting detail made by the ribbon scraps. 😀

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  6. DeniseB

    Very nice! Great way to use scraps! Love the diagonally placed ribbons in the heart shape.
    DeniseB

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  7. Joy Hager

    Oh so pretty!

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  8. Kelly massman

    love that ribbon heart!

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  9. Pam Loris

    What a beautiful Valentine Latrice!!!
    Pam

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  10. jen shears

    very pretty way to use up those scraps!!

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  11. conniemelancon

    this is so pretty and made from scraps!

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  12. Dawnll

    What a fun and colorful way to use up those scraps. Wonderful!

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  13. Becky D

    This is so adorable! I love the negative space heart – always have those don’t we? I am a hoarder of ribbon and scraps and I love projects that use them 🙂

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  14. Jennifer H.

    This is super cute! And your daughter will love it (when she finds it)!! What a great use of all of your scraps, and let’s face it, we all have them!! LOL

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  15. Jean

    So darn cute!

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  16. Jean

    SOOO Cute!

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