Valentine’s Share

Happy Friday!  Those words are music to my ears…

I thought I would let you all know about those great EK Success border punches I showed HERE.  I got a ton of emails asking about these. I talked to the dear Tara over at EK and she said…

From EK Success –
EK Success introduces new slim profile punches powered by the Paper
Shapers(r) patented thumb punch lever.  Creative engineering gives this
medium punch a longer reach and makes the squeeze action of punching
even easier.  The Edge Punches have a template plate to line up punched
images for any length edge. These new lightweight punches lock shut for
stackable storage and are labeled for easy identification – no more
messy drawers of unorganized punches! 
MSRP:  $8.99 Medium Punches, $14.99 Edge Punches. 
Availability: Product will be sold online and in all stores April 2009
(note: special set up for Michaels Stores in February)

Hope that helps!

Next, I thought I would share the Valentines I made for the girls.  Nothing fancy, but I thought it would be fun to share them since they are moneyholders.  These cards were made using one of my current favorite stamp sets – Heart Prints from Papertrey Ink.  LOVE this set.  And Papertrey is another company who has good people and good products.  Always happy to use stuff from companies like that.

021309 Valentines for Girls

021309 Valentines for Girls 1
Heart Prints Papertrey Ink stamps
White Memories Ink
Colorbox Primary Chalk Ink
Hero Arts gemstones and kraft notecards
Other: Sewing machine and some cash

Tomorrow I will share the Valentines Colin and I did for his classmates and teachers.  I just love his school – such amazing people there.  And, don't tell Elsie (Jamie's girl) or Addie (Ginger's girl), but Colin has the sweets for a girl named Anna at school.  She is darling, has the same mellow nature as him and her parents are so kind.  Is it too early to arrange a marriage?  Hee. 🙂

Did you all get a chance to make any Valentines?

I hope you all have a lovely Valentine's Day.  I will post tomorrow.

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12 thoughts on “Valentine’s Share”

  1. Happy Aloha Friday! (That’s what Fridays are in Hawaii!) Love these monetary Valentine cards and I love Papertrey, too. Great company and I hoard their chocolate cardstock…so yummy! Looking forward to seeing Colin’s Valentine cards….

  2. cute cards jennifer! love the idea of tucking in some cash! and pre-arranged marriages are all good … we have secretly set some up with a few of my daycare babies. lol!

  3. Hi Jennifer and Happy Valentine’s DAy to you from Mary in Maine.
    I received the book yesterday and wanted to thankyou for your generousity. I will put it to good use. 🙂
    May God Bless You and your family with an out pouring of his LOVE.

  4. Oh! These are wonderful! I love the white on kraft and the sewing!

    My son proposed to “his girl” Gabriella last year when he found out that she was not going to his elementary school. Ken decided that this way, they could still go to different schools but still be together. He gave her a Valentine’s bracelet that I had and “popped” the question during a playdate. She put the bracelet on, so I take it that was a “yes”. 🙂 Gabriella is just the sweetest girl and her mother is one of my dearest friends, so what more can I ask for?
    I posted a picture of them just after he asked her here… If anything, it makes for a cute story. 🙂

  5. (ooh that story above is the cutest, tfs)

    These are gorgeous!!! Love everything you create.
    I did send my son with some Valentine for his 3 teachers. I didnt get a chance to take a pic of it with a month old baby, you know how it is. I sent him with 3 Target dollar spot red & pink bucket with a BIG heart shaped lollipop (also from the dollar spot) and filled the bucket with chocolates (red & pink tissue paper held everything together) wrapped a heart ribbon around and hung the CARS Valentine card my son picked out for them.
    Have a great day.

  6. I have the October issue of creating keepsakes and would like to get the stamp you have on the card…True friendship is seen through the heart and not through the eyes, can you tell me how to get this stamp? It has your name after the stamp.

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