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Be My Valen-Twine

Firstly, Thanks for all the Birthday Wishes on my Facebook Page.  I am still away with my family and will make the long journey North in a few days.  But while I'm away Frilly and Funkie is having another Challenge, Be My Valen- Twine. 
 
I really don't have a lot of Valentine stuff...2 dies and a stamp.  But I always say it's all smoke and mirrors and I make it look like I have ALL!  Haha...maybe not.
 
I should have this adorable Eileen Hull 3D Oven full of candy but... after the holidays I thought about filling it with carrots!

 
I wrapped the oven with black tinsel twine.  I don't know what I would do without it!

 
I attached a enamel tag.

 
I used the mini love struck cherub and coated him with black soot distress glitter.  Then attached Adornment Arrow.

 
Here's my 1 Valentine Stamp.  Hmmm...I had to dig for it too.

 
This cute Southern Ridge Trading Company chipboard tag comes with a cutout of a key at the end! 

 
Don't forget to link up your projects to Frilly and Funkie for a chance at winning a shopping spree at The Funkie Junkie Boutique!  And for my Canadian Peeps...they ship here too.




 
 
 
Time to get Challenged!
 
I have missed being home, crafting and keeping up with all my blogger friends and challenges.  While catching up on my favorite challenges I saw the Tic Tac Toe challenge over at Vintage Journey.  I used Tic- Idea-Ology, Tac- Distress Spray and Toe-Twine!  Also, Inspiration Journal is hosting Love is in the Air Challenge! 
 
A Vintage Journey- Tic Tac Toe
Inspiration Journal- Love is in the Air
 
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Comments

  1. This is adorable, Nicole. What a cute die cut and I love the red. And that sweet cherub is always a favorite of mine! Great twist on the twine challenge!

    Hugs
    Linda

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  2. This is fabulous Nicole! Love your Cupid and the wonderful tag! The twine you chose is just gorgeous! hugs :)

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  3. This is such a wonderful way to use Eileen's oven die Nicole, I love how you modified the Cupid and the tinsel twine adds just the right amount of sparkle! Enjoy the rest of your holiday. Anne xx

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  4. Fabulous Nicole, and such great use of those dies! Love how tyou did cupid andd that Eileeen Hull sie is used so cleverly here!

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  5. Such a clever and inventive idea Nicole! LOVE that you've used the tinsel for this non-Christmas project and love how cupid is holding his arrow. Jenny x

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  6. Nicole, I've really missed seeing your wonderful whimsical creations! I love this little oven with the red against the black tinsel! You had to go and mention candy, didn't you??? Now I've got a back of chocolate covered pmegranates in front of me!

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  7. Very creative use of that wonderful die. Well done.

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  8. Love the black and red combination, beautiful! And the black tinsel twine is wonderful, think I'll have to add some to my stash!

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  9. Adorable make, love this unique idea... turning oven into gift box. fired brick stain looks great here. This is very inspiring!!

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  10. Wonderful make Nicole....love the way you used that die and the cherub looks great perched there. Fab piece.
    Great to have you join in at AVJ this fortnight
    Annie x

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  11. Nicole.....can you let us know which elements you used in the TTT challenge see the blog post as details are requested x

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    1. I have Annie. It's written at the bottom of my post :)

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  12. Adorable piece Nicole! Your creativity is endless! BArbarayaya

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