Heart Flower — Be Mine Valentine Hop

Hello friends! Today I am super excited about the hop because one of you can win a $40 gift card to CutCardStock. Now, let me tell you something….$40 can go along way in the store because the prices are rock bottom! The inventory is huge too with paper, stationary items and ribbon. In order to be entered for a chance to win you must comment at each stop along the hop or upload a project that includes product from CutCardStock.

Heart Flower

I made a flower from hearts created from one sheet of cardstock.

I used one sheet of paper from this pack:

First cut 3 small hearts ( I started mine at 2 inches), 4 medium hearts, and 5 large hearts.

Distress the edges…

Now ink them.

Place them on a brad from smallest to largest fanning them out with each placement.

Starting on the inside of the flower crumple each heart until you are left with what looks like a piece of trash.

To make the flower bloom simply peel back each heart. Pop a center if you want to complete it.

Hop List

Now it’s time to hop on to the next wonderful crafter. Make sure you leave a comment at each stop.

Blog Hop List

1) CutCardstock.blog – https://cutcardstock.blog/2020/02/07/be-mine-valentine-blog-hop/‎

2) Niki – https://www.tealkatsblog.com/cutcardstock-valentine-blog-hop/

3) Amber Rain – https://notableink.com/?p=6521

4) Betz – https://betzgolden.blog/?p=5121

5) Teri – https://terismailbox.blogspot.com/2020/02/be-mine-valentine-giveaway.html

6) Samantha – https://coykoicrafting.wordpress.com/…/…/my-punny-valentine/

7) Crystal – https://crystaljustus.blogspot.com/2020/01/cutcardstock-valentine-blog-hop.html

8) Heidi – https://bluescallopcreations.wordpress.com/2020/01/24/cutcardstock-be-mine,-valentine!-blog-hop/

Turkey Inspired Center Piece!

I am over on the Rinea Blog today with a fabulous Thanksgiving centerpiece!

There is a step by step tutorial on how to make one for your table. If you want to be able to view it from both sides simply make two and adhere in the middle.
I wanted something that reflected a turkey, but was not a turkey. I choose my favorite part — the tail and finished it off with a big beautiful rose.
Make sure you check it out over at Rinea!
Until next time ~ Happy Crafting!