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Sunday, February 5, 2012

Framed Paper Rose Valentine

Instead of a regular ol' Valentine card, I decided to do something a little different for my best girlfriend - who by the way is super girly, and create a framed rose Valentine with vintage chic pink rose gift bag.
While I was out shopping the other day I popped into Michaels and found they have started putting out some really girly stuff for spring in their dollar section.  I picked out a shabby chic little chippy white frame, a packet of pink paper roses and a pack of tiny floral note cards.
First step in this easy little craft is to cut a piece of one of the note card to fit into your frame, now glue your little paper roses into a heart shape onto the paper you've cut out.  (Each little rose has a sticky backing, but they aren't sticky enough to stay so I glued mine with Elmer's.) Now insert into your frame.
I decided to create a little muslin bag for my little framed rose Valentine.  As usual I found the perfect vintage pink rose Valentine image over at Graphics Fairy and added the word Valentine and printed out on a iron on transfer paper.  Because there is wording on the image you will need to print this out as a mirror image, so if your photo or graphics program is unable to flip the image you can do this in a couple of easy steps at Picnik.
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20 comments:

  1. Very pretty and creative idea! I'm sure your best friend will love it.
    I'm almost ashamed to say that I've spent about $40 on a bunch of the Rachel Ashwell collection at Michaels, I couldn't resist ;)
    Have a fabulous day!
    Julie

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    1. Hi Julie!
      I know, Michael's had the prettiest shabby chic stuff the other day. I bought a lot..... more than I mentioned in the post, but don't tell the hubby!

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  2. How adorable!! I would have never thought to use those flowers like this. Great idea. :)

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  3. So pretty. Don't you love that shabby chic line at Michaels? I just bought some decorative clothespins in that same pattern from the dollar section. Your blog looks really neat...glad I found you via Creative Me!
    Kristen @ Titus 2 Work in Progress

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  4. Aaand I'm a new follower. I just checked out your shop and LOVE your jewelery. Added it to my Etsy favorites, pinned several pieces and shared it with my facebook readers :)

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  5. Beautiful! I'm sure your friend will love your creative and thoughtful gift :) Have a great day! ~ Megan @ Lilac & Lavender

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  6. This is a great idea and GREAT for young girls to old women like myself. Thanks for sharing this idea. Girl I luv your blog and your jewelry.....Thanks again.

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  7. Love this, you showed me how to take items from the dollar bin and create something beautiful. You go girl. Thank you. Visiting from the cissyandfranshow.blogspot.com

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  8. This is soo pretty. I love girly things too. :)
    http://www.miss-maggiesplace.com

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  9. Oh I love that...so pretty! Thanks for linking up at Giggles, Glitz & Glam.

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  10. So soft and feminine and very, very pretty!

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  11. Simple & pretty! Would love for you to link this to my Craftastic party:)

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  12. What a beautiful idea! Your friend will just love this, can't wait to run to Michael's to pick up some of those pretty frames:)

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  13. Love it! So dainty and pretty.

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  14. This is just adorable. I don't think I would even put it away after V-day :-)

    Thanks so much for taking part in our Pin'Inspiration Party. Hope that you are having as much fun exploring as I am and that you'll take part in helping the "Beat the Winter Blues" on Saturday.

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  15. what a pretty frame! Love your flowers!! I am stopping by from the Yesterday on Tuesday link party where I've linked up too.
    Hugs, antonella :-)
    my free printables are here

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  16. Featuring you adorable Framed Valentine at Project Queens #2 V-Day Highlight Party tonight!

    Thank you so much for linking up. Hope you come back again this week.

    Mandy

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  17. Really cute idea! Thank you for joining me at Home Sweet Home!
    Sherry

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