Welcome Friends…

Dec 31, 2008 by

[amember_protect [object HTMLTableElement]]Below you will find the complete list of supplies needed to create all 8 of the Cupid’s Workshop projects. If you are like me you will first want to look through and gather items from your present stash of supplies and then purchase those needed. (Remember most items for these projects can be substituted with similar items you already have on hand)

Paint:
Acrylic Paint – Rose Petal (Making Memories)
Acrylic Paint Dabber – Metallic Silver (Ranger)
Acrylic Paint – Cranberry (Making Memories) or any red paint that is close to the color of your glitter
Maya Road Maya Mist (Pink)

Glitter:
Fine Silver Glass Glitter
Red Glass Glitter
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
Making Memories Light Pink Glitter
Mica Snowflakes (optional)
Christmas Red Stickles
Diamond Stickles
Golden Rod Stickles
Platinum Stickles

Paper:
Ledger Bookkeeper (Making Memories) or Vintage Ledger Paper
Smooth White Cardstock or Heavy Weight Computer Paper
Book Pages

Flowers:
Miniature Flower Bunch
23 Miniature Flowers (approx. 1/4 inches wide)
Similar to the ones shown here in this Etsy store (please note I have not purchased from this seller just want to give you a visual)

Ribbons, Twine & Trims:
Pink Sand Seam Binding ½” (Martha Stewart Crafts)
White Seam Binding or Ribbon
White Crepe Paper Streamer
Cream Embroidery Floss
Red or White Embroidery Floss
Light Pink Embroidery Floss
Brown & White Baker’s Twine or Brown and White Embroidery Floss
Red & White Twine or Red and White Embroidery Floss
Cream Velvet Trim
Pink Tulle
White Tulle
Dresden Trim Baroque Border W217 (Pink)

Felt:
Cream
Pink
Red

Adhesives & Ink:
Elmer’s School Glue no run Gel
Crystal Lacquer or other similar product
Instant Decoupage (Only needed if using Mica Snowflakes)
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink (Creamy Brown)

Buttons and embellishments:
4 Mother of Pearl Buttons
2 Pearl Buttons
Gold Button with Rhinestone Center
6 Silver Eyelets
Chandelier Pieces
Clear Rhinestones (Small, Medium and Large)

Misc. Items:
Chipboard Heart will provide a template
Paper Mache Box 1.75 in. W x 2.5 in. L x 1.5 in. H
Maya Road Heart Chipboard Coaster (or use heart template provided)
Office Tags
Red Chenille Bump Stems (Michaels, Hobby Lobby or other Large Craft Store)
White Chenille Bump Stems (Michaels, Hobby Lobby or other Large Craft Store)
Silver Pipe Cleaners
White Mushroom Birds (Found at large Craft Stores in a package of 6 or singles)

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Dec 31, 2008 by

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Hand Stitching…

Jan 2, 2009 by

There is one project in this workshop that has some hand stitching. I thought maybe you all might like to practice the Back Stitch before the workshop. All of Primrose Design’s explanations are simple to understand and include great photos of each step. Make sure to notice on the side bar of her blog all the links to her Stitch School Posts… she is a wealth of stitching knowledge.

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Cute Valentine Swap Themes…

Jan 4, 2009 by

If you like to participate in creative swaps and want to start one with some of your friends here are a few Valentine themed swaps I found on 2Peas. You can search their gallery for additional swap ideas. These are just a few that came up rather quickly. I must say, I am really intrigued with this “inchie” theme… I love creating in a miniature format and will have to give these a try at a later date.

Valentine Advent Envelope Swap
Valentine Inchie Swap
Valentine Charm Swap
Valentine Tag Swap
Valentine ATC Swap

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All Hearts Wreath and other really cute projects…

Jan 8, 2009 by

Here is a really cute Valentine’s Day wreath that is pretty simple to make especially if you used these coasters and these glitters Fine Clear Glass Glitter and Medium Clear Glass Glitter. Collage Pauge is a great decoupage glue… it comes in Glossy, Matte and Sprarkle. I use it on lots of my projects.

Check out this cute little Mouse Valentine… oh does this ever have lots of different possibilities… so cute!

These would make a great hostess gift for a Valentine Luncheon with friends…

Have fun! And just one more week until the Workshop officially begins. I cannot wait to start sharing my projects, downloads and simple decorating ideas. Lots of behind the scenes work is going on right now.

Wishing you all a wonderful day!

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Supply List for Week 1…

Jan 10, 2009 by

Supplies Needed:
White Mushroom Bird (Found at large Craft Stores in a package of 6 or singles, these come in different sizes mine is medium in size)
Making Memories Light Pink Glitter
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
Fine Silver Glass Glitter
Maya Road Maya Mist (Pink)
Instant Decoupage (Only needed if using Mica Snowflakes)
Ledger Paper or Ledger Bookkeeper (Making Memories)
Book Page
Pink Felt
Red Felt
Book Page
Silver Pipe Cleaner
Brown & White Baker’ s Twine
Platinum Stickles
15 Miniature Flowers
Miniature Flower Bunch
Mica Snowflakes (Optional)
Crepe Paper Streamer
Golden Rod Stickles
Embroidery Floss
Gold Button with Rhinestone Center
White Seam Binding or Ribbon
Office Tag
Velvet Trim
Ledger Paper
Dresden Trim Baroque Borders W217 (Pink)
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink (Creamy Brown)
Acrylic Paint – Rose Petal (Making Memories)
Acrylic Paint Dabber – Metallic Silver (Ranger)
Ledger Bookkeeper (Making Memories)
Miniature Pink Flowers
Paper Mache Box 1.75″ W x 2.5″ L x 1.5″ H
Pink Sand Seam Binding ½” (Martha Stewart Crafts)

Tools Needed:
Paint Brush
Tweezers (makes adhering the miniature flowers and bow much easier)
Needle
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Adhesive (wet and dry)
Crystal Lacquer
Scissors
Distressing Tool (Tim Holtz has a great one)

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Altered Love Bird…

Jan 15, 2009 by

YAY… it is finally time to start… I am so excited to share these projects with you. Trying to decide which project to start with first was quite the challenge but I kept going back to this little cutie and must admit it is one of my favorites. So lets get started and have two weeks of fun creating sweet little projects for your Valentine.

I think this altered bird is just the cutest and sitting there accenting my pink feather tree makes it even cuter. There are so many possibilities for this project. It could be attached to a garland, placed into a floral arrangement or even clipped onto the edge of a plate greeting a Valentine’s Day brunch or dinner guest. You can make one or create a flock it is up to you. Just have fun and let the glitter start flying. I can’t wait to see what you create.

Make sure you post your finished projects in the gallery because a RAK will be given to one lucky winner near the end of the workshop.

Altered Love Bird

Supplies Needed:
White Mushroom Bird
Making Memories Light Pink Glitter
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
Fine Silver Glass Glitter
Maya Road Maya Mist (Pink) or other dye type product you have on hand
Instant Decoupage (Only needed if using Mica Snowflakes)
Ledger Paper
Book Page
Pink Felt
Silver Pipe Cleaner
Brown & White Baker’s Twine
Platinum Stickles
15 Miniature Flowers
Mica Snowflakes (Optional)

Tools Needed:
Paint Brush
Tweezers (makes adhering the miniature flowers and bow much easier)

Instructions:
1. Place a few drops of Maya Mist into a small cup of water, mix together
2. Using a paint brush, apply dyed water onto white bird, let dry (can us a hair dryer to speed up the drying time)
3. Using a small paint brush cover the body of the bird with instant decoupage, apply Light Pink Glitter, let dry
4. Using a small paint brush cover the wings of the bird with instant decoupage, apply Iridescent Glitter, let dry
5. Using a small paint brush cover the beak of the bird with instant decoupage, apply Fine Silver Glass Glitter, let dry
6. Create a cone hat out of a book page
7. Adhere silver pipe cleaner to the base of the hat

Altered Love Bird

8. Optional Step: Using a paint brush apply instant decoupage onto hat, adhere mica, let dry
9. Adhere cone hat to birds head
10. Create tiny banner out of ledge paper with XO XO typed or printed on it, trim ends and accent edge using Platinum Stickles and add a felt heart, let dry

Altered Love Bird

11. Adhere banner onto beak using a strong liquid glue or hot glue gun
12. Using a glue gun adhere 12 miniature flowers around the neck of the bird and 5 miniature flowers around the top of the cone hat
13. Create a bow using brown & white baker’s twine, adhere to front of flower garland

Tip: If using the birds with a clip or wire, temporarily attach them to the end of a ruler. This makes working with and holding them much easier.

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Candy Sprinkles…

Jan 16, 2009 by

Valentine sprinkles are a quick way to add color to any table decor…. each year I buy a few bottles of sprinkles not only to use for decorating cookies and cupcakes but also for pouring into votive holders. Once you have the level you like just push down a single tea light so that the sprinkles come right up to the edge of the tea light.  The tea lights that come in the clear plastic holders are perfect but the silver ones will work just as well. I think they look super cute and for those that have little ones this is something they will love to do.

Votives with Sprinkles

Votive with Sprinkles

 

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Vintage Valentine Postcards…

Jan 17, 2009 by

Below is a link to a few vintage postcards from my personal stash. Just click on the link, then click on open pdf. There you will find 7 images for you to use.

I love to use postcards as accents in projects or stick them here and there around the house as decorations. They look cute tucked in the side of a frame or mirror, they make sweet tags to adorn a Valentine treat and strung together using baker’s twine or seam binding will make a simple garland as in bygone days.

I’m sure you will come up with some wonderful ideas which I can’t wait to see. Don’t forget to post your projects in the gallery as I will be giving away a RAK containing some wonderful Maya Road goodies… my little Cupid (Santa has a side job) will be picking out a winner on the 31st.

Vintage Valentine’s Day Postcards

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Forget Me Nots ~ Petite Posies

Jan 17, 2009 by

I know some of you were having a hard time finding the forget me nots I used on the Altered Bird Project. Here is a link if you need/want to purchase the forget me nots. They are at a great price too I might add. One Hundred Wishes has beautiful items in stock… you have been warned.

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Surfing the net…

Jan 18, 2009 by

There is no supply list post today as you already have the list of products needed for this weeks projects. This being the case I thought I would surf the net to see what fun things I could find. Lets just say there are a LOT of Valentine projects out there. Below are just a few of my finds. Have fun looking.

Heart Candle Wreath

Keepsake Rose Hearts

Lovely Table Setting for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day Cards

Valentine’s Day Treats

Valentine’s Day Gifts

Valentine’s Day Crafts and Decor

Entertaining Ideas for Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day Projects for Kids

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“Be Mine” Altered Office Tag…

Jan 19, 2009 by

This is one of my favorite projects in this workshop. I love it’s simple feel. Reminds me of a possible Valentine my grandmother would have made for my grandfather. I also like the little fingerprint smudges placed to resemble that of someone who just finished eating a little chocolate sweet.

Altered Tag

Supplies Needed:
Office Tag
Miniature Flower Bunch
Velvet Trim
Brown & White Baker’s Twine
Small Rhinestone
Ledger Paper
Dresden Trim (Pink)
ColorBox Fluid Chalk Ink (Creamy Brown)
Adhesive

Tools Needed:
Scissors
Distressing Tool (Tim Holtz has a great one)

Instructions:
1. Optional: Using a sewing machine sew a straight stitch all along the inner edge of your tag
2. Distress and lightly ink the edges of your tag
3. Adhere a small bunch of flowers to the center of your tag
4. Cut a strip of velvet trim approx. 1.5″, trim each end
5. Adhere over stem of flower bunch, attach twine bow on top of velvet trim, attach rhinestone to center of twine bow

Altered Office Tag

6. Type or print “Be Mine” onto ledger paper
7. Distress and lightly ink edges
8. Adhere saying to tag just below flower bunch
9. To make it look as though someone picked up the tag with a little chocolate on their fingers just add a slight amount of Creamy Brown Ink to your fingertips and gently touch the tag so you transfer a slight fingerprint.

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First you might want to practice on a scrap piece of paper. Once you get the inked fingerprint the shade you want go for the tag.

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Vintage Valentines…

Jan 20, 2009 by

These sweet valentine cards were given to Purell Williams as stated on the back from several of his classmates… Barney, Mary, Harold, Emory and Hugh. I can only imagine the excitement these school kids had while sharing their Valentines. Inside the card given by Mary reads…

If I could get your ear a minute, Here’s what I think I’d whisper in it. ~I L*** Y**

I can only imagine the gasp heard all around on the playground.!

Vintage Valentines

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Felt Heart Ornament…

Jan 21, 2009 by

This simple to create felt ornament can be used to decorate a bottle of wine during a Valentine’s Day dinner or given to a friend with a sweet sentiment written on the back. I think several of these grouped together and placed on a feather tree or plain wired type tree would look very sweet as a Valentine’s Day centerpiece. Several could even be strung together from baker’s twine to create a little garland. I love the simplistic look of red felt next to an old book page. Something so sweet about this combination that always makes me think of years past.

Felt Heart on Wine Bottle

Supplies Needed:
Red Felt
Book Page
Crepe Paper Streamer
Golden Rod Stickles
Embroidery Floss
Gold Button with Rhinestone Center
White Seam Binding or Ribbon

Heart Template (You will only be using the medium and large sized hearts for this project. The smaller template will be used in another project.)

Tools Needed:
Needle
Scissors
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Adhesive

Instructions:
1. Print heart templates, cut out
2. Trace large heart template onto book page, cut out using decorative scissors
3. Trace smaller heart onto red felt and onto chipboard, cut out felt heart using decorative scissors and chipboard heart using straight scissors
4. Cut a piece or crepe paper streamer 12″ long, fold in half and gather at the folded end all along the end, pull tight, double knot (here is a ribbon flower tutorial)
5. Accent edges of crepe paper flower using Platinum Stickles, let dry
6. Adhere rhinestone button to center of crepe paper flower
7. Adhere White Seam Binding to back of Heart to create hanger
8. Adhere book page heart to the back of chipboard heart and on top of seam binding hanger
9. Adhere felt heart to the front of the chipboard heart
10. Adhere crepe paper flower to center of felt heart

Crepe Paper Rosette

11. Create bow using Seam Binding or Ribbon and adhere to top of heart near hanger.

Felt Heart

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Vintage Valentines…

Jan 22, 2009 by

These valentines were given to Purell from Mary Elizabeth and Paul with a simple little greeting of “Be my Valentine.” I love the outer edge on each card. They are cut so beautifully. I think accenting these with glitter or Stickles would make a gorgeous valentine.

Although I must admit, each time I look at the one of the little boy it makes me think he might have just eaten his special Valentine’s box of candy or at least sampled a few of the sweets inside. To me he looks so mischievous.

Vintage Valentines

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Secret Sentiments Box…

Jan 23, 2009 by

Everyone loves a little surprise and that is just what the recipient of this secret box will get… a sweet little surprise. When the box is opened they will find a little heart with Hugs and Kisses awaiting.

Secret Sentiment Box

Supplies Needed:
Acrylic Paint – Rose Petal (Making Memories)
Acrylic Paint Dabber – Metallic Silver (Ranger)
Fine Silver Glass Glitter
Crystal Lacquer
Ledger Bookkeeper (Making Memories)
Chipboard Heart
Miniature Pink Flowers
Paper Mache Box 1.75″ W x 2.5″ L x 1.5″ H
Pink Sand Seam Binding ½” (Martha Stewart Crafts)

Tools Needed:
Bowl, Tray or Paper Plate (for glitter)
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Scissors
Strong Liquid Glue
Off White Thread (optional)
Paint Brush
Sewing Machine (optional)
Spoon (for glitter)

Instructions:
1. Paint outer top and sides of Paper Mache Lid Silver, allow to dry
2. Paint underside of Paper Mache Lid as well as inner and outer portions of Paper Mache Box Rose Petal, allow to dry
3. Paint Chipboard Heart Silver
4. Cover top of Paper Mache Lid with a thin layer of Crystal Lacquer, while still wet hold lid over a bowl, tray or paper plate (I prefer a paper plate, once finished glittering, fold paper plate in half just a tad and pour glitter back into container, super easy clean up) apply Antique Silver Glass Glitter using a spoon, now apply Crystal Lacquer to one side of Paper Mache Lid, while still wet apply Antique Silver Glass Glitter, repeat steps until all sides of Paper Mache Lid are covered with Antique Silver Glass Glitter, set aside and allow to dry. (I placed the underside of my lid on top of a paint bottle so the sides would not touch and adhere)

Easy way to dry let lid dry

5. Cover top of Chipboard Heart with a thing layout of Crystal Lacquer, while still wet apply Antique Silver Glass Glitter as instructed above, allow to dry
6. Cut a 6 inch piece of ½” Pink Sand Seam Binding, wrap around the Millinery Flowers stem twice, double knot
7. Cut Ledger Bookkeeper patterned paper using Pinking decorative scissors to 1.5″ x 2.25″
8. Optional: Using a sewing machine, sew a straight stitch all around the edge of your paper rectangle, bend edges upward to give a distressed look

Machine Stitched Ledger Paper

9. Using a strong Liquid Glue, adhere paper rectangle to top of glittered lid
10. Using a strong Liquid Glue, adhere Miniature Pink Flower bunch on top of paper rectangle

Altered lid

11. Adhere glittered Chipboard Heart onto the inside bottom of Paper Mache Box

Surprise Inside

12. Adhere sentiment XOXO just underneath glittered Chipboard Heart place lid on top of box

Finished Box

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Sweets…

Jan 24, 2009 by

Infinity bowls are really fun to use around the holidays. I have this bowl filled with Hershey’s Kisses. Underneath I filled the empty space with red metallic garland with hearts and cupids attached. Then I added a strand of red lights. The strand is battery operated so no cord shows. The bowl is placed on top of some pink tulle that I gathered. It looks so festive at night.

Infinity Bowl with Kisses

At the dinner table for our red dinner I place lollipops at each place setting for the girls.

Heart Lollipops

After dinner we have this wonderful Chocolate Fondue and Heart Marshmallow treat by Williams-Sonoma. This is our big treat and it is so good. They have LOTS of great sweets for your sweet. I especially LOVE this! Not a sweet but what a beautiful decoration.

Soooo Yummy!

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Supply List Week 2…

Jan 25, 2009 by

Supplies Needed:
Cream Felt
Pink Felt
Cream Embroidery Floss
Light Pink Embroidery Floss
2 Pearl Buttons
8 Miniature Flowers
Brown & White Baker’s Twine
Pink Tulle
Chandelier Pieces
Red Glass Glitter
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
White Paint
Making Memories Paint (Cranberry) or any red paint that is close the color of your glitter
Elmer’s School Glue no run Gel
Maya Road Heart Chipboard Coaster (or use template provided)
White Crepe Paper Streamer
Cream Embroidery Floss
Smooth White Cardstock or Heavy Weight Computer Paper
6 Silver Eyelets
White Seam Binding or Ribbon
Red & White Twine or Red and White Embroidery Floss
Platinum Stickles
Red Chenille Bump Stems
White Chenille Bump Stems
Red or White Embroidery Floss
Silver Pipe Cleaners
Red Glass Glitter or Christmas Red Stickles
Iridescent Glitter or Diamond Stickles

Tools Needed:
Pencil
Paint Brush
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Scissors
Hole Punch
Eyelet Setter
Spoon & Bowl
Needle
Adhesive (Fabri-Tac)
Disappearing Ink Pen (Found in the fabric section)
Bowl, Tray or Paper Plate (for glitter)
Spoon (for glitter)
Strong Liquid Glue
Off White Thread (optional)
Sewing Machine (optional)

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Heart Pick…

Jan 26, 2009 by

This little cutie will look gorgeous tucked into a floral arrangement or placed in a small bud vase as it’s holder. Several of these running down the center of your dinner table which are staggered in height would look fabulous. And if you have a candlelight dinner the shimmer from the glitter caught by the candlelight would be gorgeous.

Glittered Heart Pick

Supplies Needed:
Maya Road Chipboard Heart
Making Memories Cranberry Paint
White Paint
Iridescent or Clear/Pearl Glitter
Red Glass Glitter
White Crepe Paper Streamer
Silver Pipe cleaner
Platinum Stickles
Embroidery Floss
White Cardstock or heavy computer paper
Rhinestones
Red Seam Binding
White Seam Binding

Heart Template

Tools:
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Elmer’s No Run Gel School Glue
Strong Adhesive or Glue Gun
Paint Brush

Instructions:
1. Print out Heart Templates (same template as in the Felt Heart Ornament) onto computer paper and cut out
2. Using the templates trace 2 Large and 1 Small Heart onto chipboard, cut out large hearts using pinking scissors, small heart using straight edge scissors
3. Paint large hearts using Cranberry paint or paint color similar to the glitter you will be using, let to dry
4. Paint the small heart white or similar to the glitter you will be using, let dry
5. Create a crepe paper rosette, trim to fit size of large heart center
6. Apply Platinum Stickles to the edge of your paper rosette, let dry
7. Apply Elmer’s No Run Glue School Glue to front of each heart, glitter 2 large hearts using red glass glitter and 1 small heart using iridescent or clear/pearl glitter, let dry
8. Print “Be my Valentine” onto white cardstock, Font French Script MT Size 26, cut out snip a V on the ends to create a banner look
9. Outline the edge of your banner using Platinum Stickles, let dry

Glittered Heart Pick

10. Attach crepe paper rosette to center of
11. Create a circle out of the Silver pipe cleaner and attach to the back of the small heart
12. Attach to the front center of one red glittered heart (I found using a hot glue gun worked best)
13. Attach your “Be my Valentine” banner on top of iridescent heart
14. Attach 3 rhinestones to the top of the iridescent heart
15. Using a strong glue attach silver pipe cleaner to the back of the front red glittered heart
16. Paint a small dowel cranberry red, let dry
17. Using a strong glue attach painted dowel to the back of the front red glittered heart
18. Attach second heart to back of dowel

Glittered Heart Pick Back

19. Cut red and white seam binding to approx., tie streamers at base of heart

Glittered Heart Pick

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Vintage Valentines…

Jan 27, 2009 by

These valentines are from Harriette, Meribal, Maynard and Carlie. I think Carlie and Meribal might have a little crush on Purell… here is what their valentines say…

MeribalI’m hopin’ and I’m wishin’ too for one word ~ can’t you guess? When I say, “Be my Valentine!” that you will answer ~ YES!

Carlie… I love you every single day a lot more than you think and if you’ll be my Valentine I’ll just be tickled pink.

I wonder who was able to tug on Purell’s heart strings the most and win him over?

Vintage Valentines

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Sweetheart Pocket…

Jan 28, 2009 by

This little sweetheart pocket will be fun to fill with either sweet treats or a little trinket of some kind for your sweetheart. I think I am going to fill mine with both and place a few pieces of chocolate and a little necklace inside for Terri’s Valentine’s Day surprise.

Sweetheart Pocket Sweetheart Pocket

Supplies Needed:
Cream Felt
Pink Felt
Cream Embroidery Floss
Light Pink Embroidery Floss
2 Pearl Buttons
8 Miniature Flowers
Brown & White Baker’s Twine
Pink Tulle
Chandelier Pieces

Heart Template

Tools Needed:
Decorative Scissors (Pinking)
Needle
Adhesive (Fabri-Tac)
Disappearing Ink Pen (Found in the fabric section)

Instructions:
1. Print Heart template, cut out
2. Using a disappearing Ink Pen trace 2 large hearts onto pink felt and 2 small hearts onto cream felt
3. Cut out using decorative scissors
4. Stitch a back stitch all along the inner edge of each cream heart using cream embroidery floss
5. Using a disappearing ink pen write L, v, e onto one cream felt heart (make sure to leave enough room for the button that will be your “O”)
6. Using pink embroidery floss back stitch over your letters
7. Adhere one mother of pear button for the “O” and 8 miniature pink flowers onto this heart
8. Adhere one mother of pearl button to the center of your other cream felt heart
9. Adhere cream hearts to pink hearts, you now have 2 finished hearts
10. Using Fabric Tac adhere these two hearts together. Keep adhesive as close to the edge as possible, make sure to not glue the top closed. You want to keep your pocket opening about 2″ wide.

Sweetheart Pocket Sweetheart Pocket

11. Cut Pink Tulle to approx. 10″ long, tie a knot in the center and attach each end to the inside of your pocket as close to the inside edge as possible.
12. Sew Chandelier piece onto the bottom point of your heart

Attached Chandelier Pieces

13. Create a small bow out of the pink tulle and attach to the bottom front portion of your heart
14. Create a small bow out of brown and white baker’s twine and attach to top of the pink tulle bow
15. Fill with goodies and enjoy

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