In case you need some cards for your pals & beloveds, you can find the (free!) download link in this post from last year. I probably need to get my own Valentine-y mail out if it's going to get there in time!
I couldn't help breaking out the glitter set and making a total mess before I sent these out. Vermilion glitter for the hearts, sparkly white for the mermaid's pearl and the bee-wings, sparkly black for bee-fur and top hats.
You can download these in the post right before this one (here's the link, just in case.)
Any excuse to feature some of my favorite oldie superlatives. I've been excited to post these, and since many people's Valentines live far & wide (lots of mine included), I figured I really better do it.
The sheet is sized just a smidge smaller than standard 8.5"x11" paper, so they should be easy to print without fear of cropping, etc. (I'd recommend printing on any card stock your printer can easily handle.)
And of course, these are given for personal use only and cannot be sold or used in any way for commercial or nefarious purposes.
Are you in need of an eleventh-hour Valentine? I made these to use as my own personal cards this year, and I thought it would be nice to share them here! You can use them as-is with vermilion hearts, or you can go a little glitter-crazy on the hearts like I did (I used five different kinds from the big Martha set.)
My favorite thing about these is the little bit of room for personalization. Within the name banners, of course, but also re: glitter choice. The warm silver glitter had a lovely old-timey effect, while classic red was so exuberant and, well, classic.
And even if you don't glitterize them, I think they're sweet just as they are (as seen in the first photo.) I printed mine on 4"x6" cream-colored postcard stock.
Hello there! I have a freebie printable treat for you - the winter-y paper miss & fur friend I created for the lovely Crafty Wonderland programs are now available for you to download and print.
I recommend printing them onto sturdy cardstock or matte art paper (if'n you have it on hand.) Both sheets (story/instructions & dolls/clothes) measure 8"x10", so they should be an easy fit on standard 8.5"x11" printing paper.
Hello, Ghostlets! Thanks for all the nice words about the my silhouette room...you guys are so sweet. I have a little Halloween-ish present for you, and I figured that the time is drawing nigh to use them so I better hop to sharing it!
It's a Halloween card, so free to print out as many as your heart desires for yourself, or maybe for your little ones to give to friends. Do kids even do that? Give each other cards on non-Valentine holidays? I think I did, but I was a strangeling.
It prints two to a sheet of standard 8.5"x11" paper, at full-bleed. Click to download
the high-res PDF, and print, print away! I recommend cardstock or matte photo paper, something nice and sturdy.
This is how I used mine:
They're invites for a BYOP Pumpkin Carving party!
I made a little ghost enclosure to inform the recipients of the particulars.
I had visions of jointed invitations like these Martha ones, but I didn't end up going that route. I'm still itching to make some jointed things...if not for Halloween, maybe I'll get to the store and buy some brads before Christmas?