My mom owned an antique shop in San Francisco, called Thelma Dangerfield's. Collecting and a love for vintage is in my blood. There is nothing like finding a good treasure! I am a daughter, wife, mom, cook,Substitute teacher, Girl Scout Leader and I love to entertain.
This was a big move for me....two patterns, Vintage Valentines, clothespins, Bakers Twine AND Two different types of ribbon!!!I was just going to use the letters and decided to step outside of the box.
This was my first ever project with my Circut. A simple banner in pink gingham and LOVE in red with white polka dots. I added some Martha Stewart scrapbook border stickers at the top. The Cricut banner even cut out the two holes needed for string. I used the bakers twine I got for 50 cents at Target after Christmas. Guess what? They still have it at Target....in the $1 bins!
My vintage Valentines are from ETSY. They arrived on Thursday. I just love them. They were flawless. Never used and so sweet. 11 in all and they were under $10 WITH shipping!!
She is my favorite.......
I had a few extra. Thought about squeezing them all onto the banner, glad I didn't. As I was looking at pictures this evening, I asked Lucie what she thought of Momma's banner. She made a funny face and said, "I think it's a little crowded." Arrgh! If she only knew how hard it was for me to pile it on.That's okay. I am glad I did. I like and thing it's festive.
Do you have a Cricut or the like? What is your favorite project?
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