Monday, February 14, 2011

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!!

We finished up your valentine craft Friday. It turned out really pretty. Here’s what we did…

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First shave the crayons on to wax paper. Add a little glitter.

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Then use an old iron and melt the two pieces of wax paper together.

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Here’s what you get. Some beautiful colors all melted together.

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Then cut the paper into heart shapes, use embroidery floss, a dowel and tape and put them together.

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And here’s what you have. A beautiful sun catcher.

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If you want better directions we got this idea from Martha Stewarts Crayon Heart craft.

We’ve done this before with fall leaves, snowflakes and summer flowers. It’s such a pretty craft and something the kids can do.

So have you hugged your sweetie today? Bobby, the monster kitty, gave Mike some Bobby love.

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This is the love he gave me.

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Well at least he lives up to his name, MONSTER BOBBY!!!

HAPPY VALENTINE’S DAY!!! Have a great and blessed day.

6 comments:

Karen Butler Ogle said...

Happy Valentine's Day to you too, Julie. Love the crafts project. I need to remember that so that when the grand kids are a little older I can help them do something like this. I remember doing the melted crayon thing when I was in kindergarten. So much fun!

Baby Sister said...

That is such a cute idea!! I'll have to remember all of these ideas for when I have kids. :) I hope you have a happy Valentine's Day!! I hope your day is happy and good!!

EmptyNester said...

The hearts are beautiful! That cat is hilarious!

Shawn Becker said...

Julie,
I love coming for a visit. The Valentine project turned out great! I will have to remember this for my Grandkiddo's.

Jill said...

Great crafts! We've done these too and it's so cool how they turn out. Your cat is too cute! :-)Hope you had a great Valentine's Day!!

Blessings,
Jill

The Secret Blogger said...

Happy Valentine's, Julie! You know what I think? Your craft is BRILLIANT! You ought to start a full fledged business. :)