Monday, February 13, 2012

Valentine's Week - Monday

Happy Monday!
Did you all have a great weekend?  I sure did!  At my Friday crop I finished weeks 2-5 of project life and then on Saturday I finished week 6.  I am totally caught up!  What a great feeling!  I will show pictures later in the week.  Then for the rest of the weekend I just relaxed.  I cleaned off my desk and took a break!  I actually took a nap on Saturday and Sunday!  That hasn't happened in years! 

This week is Valentine's day and I thought I would show you all the Valentine's day projects I had been working on last month for Simply Scrapbooks and for my family.  First up are Jack's valentine's day cards that we finished up.  I got a picture of the cards for the boys in the class.  I forgot to take a picture of the ones for the girls.



For the cards I used Echo Park paper and then added the circles with the dino.  Jack picked out all the paper.  The sentiment says- You are dino-mite!  Sorry for such a bad photo.  The I added a button and a bit of twine and we were done.  Jack added Happy Valentine's day inside.  We then added a sticker for each student.  He LOVED them!  and that is what made me soooo happy!
supplies
paper- echo park
cardstock- neenah solar white, bazzill
stamps- paper trey ink, hero arts
button and twine- paper trey ink
markers- bic markers

I hope everyone has a wonderful day!  I will be back tomorrow with a new project!  See you then! Have a wonderful and crafty day!
-mp

29 comments:

Margie H said...

What a thrilled for Jack to say he made them! LOVED how they turned out :)

Annette said...

aww these are too cute...what a fun little dinosaur.

Connie Mercer said...

super cute!!!

Pam Wendt said...

Those are just adorable - no wonder he loves them!
And hooray for being all caught up - good for you!

Michele's Scrapy Creations said...

they are just adorable! great job on be caught up I need to get my butt in gear and get caught up on some projects

Danielle said...

Those are really cute! I love dinosaurs and monsters even though I have no boys.

Diana Fisher said...

Love these!!!! :)

Jingle said...

These are just adorable!

Mary Jo Rhoda said...

Really cute valentines!!
Can't wait to see your project life pages :)

Becky said...

So thrilled you got caught up on PL! I can't WAIT to see your pictures!!! Jack's Valentines turned out super cute, that green paper is perfect!

Stephanie said...

So very cute! Love them!!

Just Jaime said...

Cute! Love that green!

Tanya Ham said...

super cute and so appropriate for boy valentines! :)

soapHOUSEmama said...

so cute!!!

Handmade Hannah said...

adorable1 Looking forward to seeing what you have done with PL!

Katie said...

Congrats on getting all caught up on Project Life! The cards you made are awesome, the saying is too cute!

Blessed Ladybug said...

very nice i love it....thanks for sharing..

Paper Pile Kitten said...

Oh, those cards are super cute!!

Diane said...

I admire your tenacity with project life. It must feel good to be caught up. Cute Valentines!

Tracey McNeely said...

They turned out amazingly! Thanks for sharing.

scrappymo! said...

These are so cute. bet all the kids loved them (and the moms too!

Christina Collins said...

Yayy! All caught up. Great feeling, huh?
Such adorable cards. Love the little dino!

sandee said...

Love Jack's Valentine cards and so glad you got to relax and get caught up on your scrapping! Looking forward to seeing your layouts!

Sue Althouse said...

Wow, you were really productive this weekend! Those are adorable cards.

Toodie said...

Love those cards!!!!! I always love your work Mary Pat!

~Tammy~ said...

Rats...want to see those girl cards because these boys cards are CAUTE! I am in lurve with these cutie valentine's! Jack is a lucky boy!!!! (Classmates too)

Kim said...

These cards turned out so cute! Looks like lots of work but they really look great.

Dena said...

How cute and perfect for boys!

Aloha,
Dena
missdjones.blogspot.com

Tracy said...

These turned out awesome.
Love the little dinosaurs, so cute.

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