Katie is up first with a sweet and simple banner. Made with dictionary paper, patterned paper hearts, a few beads, and some ribbon, this is something that we could all make!
If you look closely, you can see the ribbon is stapled on.
Diane is up next with a bit of loveliness for your wall. A printer tray would work well for this, no?
I love the hanging heart with a key. It makes it almost feel like a cuckoo clock--one of my favorite childhood fascinations.
If you have a lonely shelf, Katie's birdhouse would be a terrific spot of color and design.
Have you stopped by Lisa's blog lately? If you did, you will certainly have noticed her intricate craftiness in this pieced and quilted paper heart.
Here is a closeup so you can see just how carefully and perfectly it is put together. Lisa, you are amazing!
Speaking of intricate details, Francine cut up little bits of paint chips and arranged them as a mosaic inside the outline of a heart.
You can see the names of the colors on this shot. I bet lots of us have a stack of these from a few years back when we all thought we should put them on our pages!
Kelly had a delightful date with mod podge this week, and we are so glad! What treasures these will be year after year.
The ribbons on this box are so well matched. The variations in color, and texture make such a subtle statement. And then the heart shaped button... mmm...
Kelly also created a fabulous wall canvas. Book papers, stamps, buttons--things we all have on hand. Isn't it lovely?
I also spy a sweet garland in the photo! Strung together with little rings. I love that, too!
LisaO made a most wonderful gift for her daughter. Using a Sharpie, she wrote all sorts of things she loves about her sweet angel on this mug. Just don't forget to bake it at 350 degrees for an half hour!
Lastly, I did what I do best, used some fonts and graphics to make a poster for a frame. Here is mine.
I hope that these give you some ideas for adding a bit of love-ing love-liness to your love-ly homes on this day of love!