Welcome! Thanks for stopping by! You may have come to me today from Mary's
blog. If you've come to here outside of
the hop and you don't want to miss any of the exciting projects featuring Creations by AR templates you can
start at the beginning by visiting Lisa's blog.
The theme of this month's Blog Hop is, well you guessed it, a Valentine's Day theme: Love is in the Air. I had a hard time deciding on what template to feature in my post today. Well, I finally took the easy way out and chose the Heart Basket.
I created two versions using the DXF Heart Basket template file. When you purchase a template from Creations by AR you receive three different file formats to choose from. (SVG, DXF and PDF)
For this project I used the following Stampin' UP! products: My Digital Studio (Box of Chocolates Digital Kit), Fantabulous You Digital brush set; Summer Smooches DSP, Vellum Card Stock, Whisper White Card Stock, Primrose Petals 3/8" Stitched Satin Ribbon, Cherry Cobbler 1/2" Seam Binding Ribbon, Mini Glue Dots, Multipurpose Liquid Glue, Bone Folder, Paper Snips, Craft Scissors
This next one almost reminds me of a Disney Mickey Mouse ears. Or should I say Minnie Mouse?! Say do they still make those?!
I hope you liked these projects using the Creations by AR Heart Basket template. These are super quick and easy – perfect for a last minute Valentine gift or to make several for a party at your child's school!
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Your next stop on the hop is Lynn's Heavenly Crafts
Now for the really important stuff…There will be one blog hop prize
randomly chosen from all comments made on Blog Hop participant's blogs.
Comments will be accepted through midnight Eastern time on Sunday, February 10th. The blog hop winner will be announced on Monday, February 11th on the CbyAR
Facebook page as well as on Lisa Eisner's blog.