Each project highlights different ways you may display candies for your Valentine's holiday this season:
I've dubbed this my Garden Blossoms Lollipop Basket....I used a piece of styrofoam at the bottom of the tiny basket to hold upright my array of lollipops and a wooden stick with the sentiment and image:
This rocket stamp is just sooo great for little boys:
Next up, is a really fun, and it may look complicated, but it's a really easy project involving some paper folding and use of a wooden dowel rod:
I will have to do a step by step tutorial one of these days on how this is done....I will save that for another post.
Here's a close-up of the paper folding and how it creates 4 small pockets to add some candy hearts:
Here is another very simple stamp that is included in the set, perfect for the classic Valentine card exchange:
And, my last project is using a Butterfly die-cut to insert a lollipop....a little different twist on the traditional kids valentine card with a sucker attached:
Here's a close-up of the back side where the insertion is made using two simple hole punches:
And isn't this an adorable image for your girly Valentine! I just LOVE her:
Thanks for peeking by! Hope you've enjoyed, there is lots more fun on the way with more sixlets designs.....and, we will be releasing our February Monthly Mix soon! So stay tuned! I'll catch up with everyone soon!
Alls stamps and digital papers: A Little Love by Lizzie Anne Designs.
Other materials include: wooden dowel rod, assorted ribbons, glitter, heart styrofoam, white doily, stryofoam squares, assorted markers, weaved wooden basket, felt stuffed heart, lollipops, candy hearts, hole punch, butterfly die-cut.