Sunday, February 14, 2016

Valentine's & A Vignette

Hello, and Happy Valentine’s Day!  I thought I’d share a couple of the Valentine’s I’ve made for my oldest granddaughter (the 5 year old).  I used a couple of the Altoid tins I keep on hand for altering.

I picked out some vintage and other images that I saved from Pinterest.



I used self-adhesive crafter’s tape to adhere all the papers and used some of those adhesive squares to raise some of the cut-outs up to give them some dimension.

This one will hold some kisses for her.


I also wanted to do one incorporating the plastic springs my hubby saved for me and came up with this one.

I changed up a vignette using a table runner I had made for our old table.  I can’t really use it on our current round table, but it works well on top of the buffet.


Also, I’m working on a Spring/Easter craft and have some needlebooks lined up to make for my Etsy.  


Have a “love”~ly day!

16 comments:

At Rivercrest Cottage said...

Thanks for some cute ideas for the season.

Marie Blackburn said...

Oh my gosh Karhy, they are adorable! I bet she'll just love them.

vivian said...

I love the altoid tin ideas! really cute! I delivered all my valentines today, but only got to see 1 of all the kids! thats a little disappointing. oh well.. hopefully they all liked their gifties!
have a great evening!
xoxo
vivian

Createology said...

Fabulous fun altoid tins perfect for gifting. How fun to have the pop-out springs. Embracing Creative Bliss...

Stacey said...

Kathy, these are so darn cute I'm pinning to remember. I'm not a very crafty person but this year I'm really inspired by all the wonderful crafts I've seen.

Cathy @ My 1929 Charmer said...

I don't think I'll ever look at a altoid box the same way again. Cute very cute. I so boring I use mine to hold vitamins when I travel. Happy Valentine's!

chateau chic said...

Your sweet Valentine tins are adorable! I'm sure they were a hit.
Thank you so much for your lovey visit,
Mary Alice

Blondie's Journal said...

These little tins are so darn cute, Kathy!! Perfect for candy or a multitude of gifts! I do like the runner over the buffet. I've tried a few different ideas with the many runners I have, I've also tried using some of my scarves.

Hope I haven't missed too many posts---this is the first in a while that I've seen pop up in my email. :)

Jane

Shelia said...

Hi Kathy! Oh, I just love your sweet Valentine's tin you've made! You are so creative. Now I love your setup on your table too! I have a similar little tureen! Hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day and I always love hearing from you.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Okio B Designs said...

They are adorable! I'll bet she loved them.

Jeanine

Shirley@Housepitality Designs said...

Hi Kathy!...Hope you had a great Valentine's Day!....LOVE the Valentine tin...so beautiful and creative as always!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

What a wonderful idea to re-purpose and decorate those altoid tins!

You are so danged clever.

Hope you had a wonderful weekend! Stay warm, brrrr out there!

Hugs!

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

ps

had to re-connect as a follower of yours

: - (

Celestina Marie said...

Hi Kathy, sure love to see your post come through to my inbox. Love your darling creations. You work your magic with these always. Have a great week. xo

handmade by amalia said...

Vintage valentines are my favorite, Kathy, and these are seriously pretty.
Amalia
xo

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

I was just thinking of you as I was putting together a tablescape (which I'll post on Thursday) and included the cute little painted peat pot I got from you last year. These valentines are adorable- I especially like the one with the pop out little girl int he blue dress. It is the sweetest and a real keepsake!

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