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Monday, February 21, 2022

Valentine Bow for Sister-in-law ...

My Valentine has paws. ~Patrick McDonnell, @muttscomics, Instagram post, 2020

Good morning,
Today I am sharing a Big Bow card I made for my sister-in-Law for Valentines Day. To be fair, she did ask me to make this for her to place in her hutch as a Valentine decoration after seeing one I made for my Parent-in-laws for Christmas several years ago.

Making the bow is actually pretty easy and straight forward! Of course it would be much easier if I would get motivated and upload the pattern to my scan n cut so I didn’t have to trace and hand cut out everything … anyway, I digress …

The decorating part of the bow can actually be quite time consuming as it takes patience and thought! :O)

  • Beaded embellishment from Studio Mr & Mrs
  • Bow Template from sandras scrap shop (Pinterest)
  • Cardstock from The Paper Studio and Stampin Up!
  • Design Paper from Close to My Heart (La Vie Rose)
  • Dies from Memory Box (Grape Leaves), Spellbinders (Label 10), Spellbinders (Reflection oval) and Unknown (leaves and vines)
  • Embossing folder from Stampin Up! (Subtle)
  • Ink from Stampin Up!
  • Jewel from my stash

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