Wow! This has been a tough January. I've been super busy at work and am exhausted when I get home. Talk about affecting my mojo! Give me some advice - how do you wind down and get your mind off things like work so that your creative juices can flow?
I've got a couple of sweet vintage valentine projects to share today. I wanted a couple of easy packaging options for a small box of conversation hearts.
I think this Lone Ranger valentine would work for a boy. It's so cute! You can download the image HERE. I've cut some the bottom of the original image off, but left it on for you.
The conversation heart box fit perfectly inside a kraft envelope.
However, the box is pink, which didn't fit my color scheme. So I decided a wrap was in order. I know - it has a little pink, too, but at least it's not the whole box!
Sweet, right? This puppy cutie is from Studio Shine Vintage. The conversation heart box also fit into some clear pillow boxes that I have.
The arrow is made with a lollipop stick, stamps and dies from My Favorite Things. I hot glued the arrow point and feathers to the lollipop stick.
Hope you are having a lovely January (surely mine will slow down soon)! So happy you stopped by!