Tuesday, January 8, 2013

Cupid's Heart Valentine Treat Bundle Project

Here is another project using the Valentine Treat Bundle, featuring the Hearts Collection Framelits, as well as the NEW Hearts a Flutter Framelits. REMEMBER: the Valentine Treat Bundle is available ONLY from January 3rd - January 21st!!!


I filled a 1"x8" cello bag from the Valentine Treat Bundle with M&M's, and just attached some die-cut shapes using Stampin' Dimensionals. The "tip" of the arrow is about 1-1/2" of the tip of a heart from the Hearts Collection Framelits (3rd in from outside), as is the biggest heart in the center (4th from outside). The Happy Heart single stamp (from the Valentine Treat Bundle) can be punched out with the Full Heart Punch, or die-cut with a heart from the Hearts Collection Framelits (5th from outside). The scalloped heart is from the Hearts a Flutter Framelits, as are the flag pennants that make up the "tail" of the arrow. You can see how to create the "tail" below:





Stampin' Supplies: Valentine Treat Bundle (Happy Heart single stamp & 1"x8" cello bags), Whisper White card stock, Pretty in Pink card stock, Regal Rose card stock, Real Red card stock, Hearts Collection Framelits & Hearts a Flutter Framelits (both used with Big Shot), Tombow Multipurpose Glue (to layer "tail"), Stampin' Dimensionals.

Click here to get your Valentine Treat Bundle!

~Kimberley Morris
Stampin' Up! Independent Demonstrator since 1994
Colorado Springs, CO
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6 comments :

Kris said...

Super cute idea! Thanks for joining the LNS challenge this week.

Jonia said...

what a cute little valentine gift. I just love it. So creative and thanks for playing with us this week at LNS!

Nancy Dawson said...

Thanks for sharing the how-to! I have made similar using a Valentine pencil for the shaft!

MJ said...

How fun. I uses to make these with pixie sticks but love this even more! Thanks so much for playing along with us on LNS this week!

inkedx2 said...

This is a cute idea for kids. They would love getting this. Also great for that special someone. Thanks for joining us this week at LNS!

Robbie

Craftystamper said...

Cute, cute, cute. I chuckled when I saw your treat holder. Very original. Thanks for joining the LNS group this week.