Pretty Valentine’s Card Using an Unexpected Source
If you get Martha Stewart Living, you probably saw this project. I just had to try it and I’m happy to report that it’s easy and it works!
I used stamp pads and paper that I had on hand. Roll up a piece of cardboard to make the rose and cut a wine cork in half to make the leaves. Easy!
I love how these cards turned out and can’t wait to send them to a few special people for Valentine’s Day.
how adorable is that???
i am a rose nut so thank you for sharing this idea!
They are so adorably sweet! Thank you for sharing! I don’t get the Martha Stewart Living so I appreciate you sharing the idea. I’m gonna go try it now!
Great job! I saw that page too and was going to try it. You’ve given me the nudge I need!
Your cards are gorgeous!
Thank you for showing us how we can create them too. :o)
Better than a Hallmark card!
Sweet cards! Much better than store bought.
I never would have thought you could make perfect roses this way. Thanks so much for sharing…I don’t get that magazine!!
You’re awesome. I love your ideas. What a great way to create something fun and new with old things you might already have.
Paula, that turned out to be so cute! Good for you for trying projects you find in magazines. I just think “Oh cute!” and never actually try them out. Thanks for the great idea!!
Super cute – I wish I got Martha Stewart Living – I record the show sometimes – great ideas from her talented staff.
You did a great job !
Now didn’t those turn out just darling? Love this! Thanks for sharing such a cute idea.
wow! Fantastic! Those are so great. Thank you!
Those turned out cool! I never would have thought… Neat!
Have a great day!
Courtney @ RedHeadsCraftMoreFun.blogspot.com
That is so cool! Now comes the real fun part, making something cool out of it.
Thanks for linking it up to SNS!
That is so fun! My kids would love it. Unique flowers that look cute! I will feature this at somedycrafts.blogspot.com
What a great project… would be super easy for a kid’s craft! Thanks for sharing!