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Thursday, January 24, 2013

Inkling: diy valentine cards from Martha Stewart {and a giveaway}

Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching so if you’re planning on making goodies or if your little ones are planning on passing out cards to their classmates, it’s time to get going and make those cards and tags.

Fortunately, I received DIY Valentine's Day Card supplies from Martha Stewart Crafts and so I got busy making some tags I’ll use on goodies.

If you’d like to enter for a chance to win all these fun card making supplies, just use the Rafflecopter entry form at the bottom of this post. But let me show you what I made first…




I used the stampers to make these fun mini-hangtags


Stampers and stickers were perfect to make bookmarks. A great alternative to classmate cards or treats.


More stamping fun.


Dimensional cupcake stickers and other embellishments from my stash made these pretty tags.


Martha Valentine collage
Here’s what you can win:
  1. Add your personal stamp with the “Wood Stamp Valentine’s Day Hearts” set of 12 mini stamps nestled in a reusable wood crate.
  2. “Valentine Cupid” and “Valentine Cupcake” stickers. Yummy confections, cherub silhouettes, hearts and more Valentine icons shine with glitter and foil accents.
  3. “Stamp Card and Envelope Set” – includes 18 scalloped edge note cards and matching envelopes with heart-accented labels so you can share your love with everyone you wish.
To make things even sweeter, you can save 20% at MarthaStewartCrafts.com now through Valentine’s Day! Just enter coupon code BLOG20 at checkout.


a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good Luck ~ and thank you for stopping by!
Signature Box flower

21 comments:

  1. I would send some love to all my friends and family on the west coast!

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  2. Oh my, what wouldn't I use all that wonderful Martha stuff for!!

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  3. These are SO cute! I totally want to make some heart stamped tags just like yours :)

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  4. I would make cards for my daughter's preschool class.

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  5. These are so cute! I'd love to use them on packages and letters I send out as a cute little touch of color!

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  6. My son and I would make cards for his preschool class!

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  7. I'd love to make cards with these!

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  8. These are so cute and I would love to give them to my friend who is expecting a little girl and is due soon! xoxo

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  9. Hi Carolyn! These are cute little crafting sweets! I'd use them in my card making and scrapbooking! thank you so much - Jen

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  10. Oh so cute! I have recently started stamping, and using stamps on fabric. I could imagine a really cute shirt with hearts. Awesome! =)

    Anja @ cocalores.blogspot.com

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  11. I would make Valentine's cards with my 2 daughters! They would LOVE this!

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  12. To make Valentine's for my boys : )

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  13. I would make Valentine cards for my family...Husband, Mom, Grandma, etc.

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  14. One can never have too much LOVE. These would be great for Valentines but EVEN BETTER spreading the LOVE all year!

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  15. LOVE these!! So cute! Would love to make stamped wrapping paper and tags. My daughter would have a blast playing with these, too. Adorable.

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  16. Would love to share these with my four year old granddaughter, who is an avid crafter!

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  17. These are wonderful! I would probably use them for classroom parties. :)

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  18. I would make cards for my family out of state!

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  19. Making cards for my hubby and letting my Little Crafter make some too!

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  20. to make cards for my family members

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