Thursday, February 03, 2011

14 Love Notes ~ Mystic Project

I have finished and submitted my project for Mystic Paper so you can stop by the shop to see it in person (and go shopping) if you like.  Or, without further adieu here it is for you too!

Music sheet envelope, tied with crinkled seam binding.  Buttons, pearls and a sweet heart charm.  The "Valentine" heart is cut from the Cavalini paper.  Also, I love using these October Afternoon Mini Market alpha and numbers on all sorts of projects.  Such fun colors.

Gotta love the Scrabble tiles.  I made these see-through, glassine like envelopes from tracing paper.

A little crepe paper gathered and accented with Tattered Rose distress ink.

A delicious heart doily also rubbed with Tattered Rose ink

These tickets are super cute!  I used many of them as pull tags for the love notes.

Oops, I forgot to photo #5.

Crafty Secrets images stamped to look like a postcard.

Kaiser bling
White distress crackle paint again accented with Tattered Rose ink.

Oh, vintage seam binding makes me happy.

Tim Holtz calendar tissue tape.  (The "10" got covered here. Windy photo session.)

More doilies used a little differently here.

Chipboard banner.

Aaaah yes pink crepe streamer blossom.  My favorite.

SO much fun with this project.
The back.

Thank you so much for coming by to look at my project.  Be sure to click over and see (the other DT members) Sheri and Jenna's sweet works of art too.


Holly Loves Art said...

Sooo cute cute cute! What a fun project and one of the best subjects! Looks like so much fun. Have a great rest of the week.

debi said...

Holly, I love it! What a beautiful envelope, and the Valentines are so cute and fun!

Little Black Scrap Cat said...

These are delicious, Holly!! A wonderful project for that Cavallini paper!! Great job!!

Robin Thomas said...

Holly, these are so beautiful. I love using those kind of little sacks for things. I neverthought to decorate with the opaque view in mind. Brilliant.

Your blog is beautiful. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a such a nice comment.

Very nice to meet you!

eclectic archivist said...

Holly these are brilliant!