Why oh why didn't I start this project three weeks ago? I certainly have been thinking of it for at least that long. I have, for the last several years, been firmly against buying Valentines for my kids to hand out because I have all of this stuff it seems silly not to use it. Well, of course it does unless you're the one who has to make them. For a project like this I normally give myself several weeks, but no, there was I was yesterday glued to my oven for most of the day while I melted crayon after crayon, and then in my craft room cutting, cutting, and then assembling. I even made my youngest write out his name on all of them this morning right before I took him (and his Valentines) to school! Clearly I'm running behind.
So here they are. The idea is a complete scraplift from Pinterest. I wish I could link to the original poster but the pin lead to this flickr account. Oh well, I tried! I thought it looked so cute and it would be soooo easy. Famous last words!
So tonight I get to do it all over again! Okay, maybe not exactly. The crayons have ALL been melted. I just need to make up the cards for my other son's Han Solo Frozen in Carbonite crayon mold. Stay tuned for that one!
Paper: K & Company Valentine's Day, Becky Higgins Project Life Cobalt cardstock
Silhouette: P & C on all valentine's and shapes
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