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Making Valentines

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making valentines :: jenni bowlin studio
Last week I switched gears from thank you cards just temporarily to start thinking a little about all things red and make up a few Valentines. You can see more of these layered envelopes on the JBS inspiration blog.

Which begs a Monday morning question: are you planning on any special Valentine projects? Do tell!

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23 January 2012



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8 Comments for Making Valentines

  1. Lisa M. Zepponi Says:

    Used your 3hearts thank you card as a valentine template! Thanks!

  2. Mary M. Says:

    Well, I didn’t have anything planned, but now that you mention it…I think I might try to make some treat boxes for candy for my co-workers. =)

  3. Gem Says:

    I’m all prepared this year and have already made my Valentines Card :) Our first baby is due 3 Feb so I thought I would get things ready in advance!

  4. Ashli Says:

    LOVE all the layers! I made a V-day banner – my first banner ever :)

  5. Brenda Says:

    I am planning on a 14 days of Love sort of thing for my husband. I am going to leave him a little present each day. I have things like tic tacs with a note that says “you take my breath away” that sort of thing. Well that is the plan anyway, hopefully I will be able to get it all done!

  6. Jan Says:

    I am planning, yes

  7. Mollie Bryan Says:

    I love the way I want to touch this. It looks so textured and alive!

  8. Breeze Says:

    I am doing Valentines for my daughter to exchange at school she has decided on candypod’s. (they look like ipod’s but are made from candy and paper) and then we will make some pretty Valentines to send to the family and close friends.

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