Good Early Morning Everybody!
I almost made it on the same day as promised...The Third Time I Promised It! LOL!...The 14 Things I Love About You Tutorial is up on my Etsy Store if you have any interest.
Here's a link:
The Gentleman Crafter's Etsy Store
You will need a heart box to make this project. You can fine one from Scrapadabadoo.com..Here.
The 14 Things I Love About You Heart Box was originally the heart box I did last year for Graphic 45 and called the 10 Things I Love About You Heart Box. I've been trying to go back to my favorite projects and the most requested projects and do tutorials on them. Does that make sense or is it just time to go to bed? Hahaha! This year I added four more accordion pockets and instead of doing 10 tags to fill the pockets, I made 14 tickets. "Love Tickets"... Basically, 14 tickets that the receiver can cash in for things like, Dinner and a Movie...A Foot Massage....A promise to put the toilet bowl lid down for a whole month....You know those kinds of romantic things!
Anyway, here are a few pictures of The 14 Things I love about You Heart Box..
The heart is done. I never got around to making the other 3-D heart piece that I was so hoping to get to this weekend, but will start that day after tomorrow. I think I will do a YouTube video tutorial on it. First though, I need to finish making some more Valentine cards. I've got a few ideas that keep rolling around in my head that I need to make happen before I go nuts!
Well, until tomorrow then my friends! I'm hitting the hay! Have an awesome night or....morning!
The Gentleman Crafter
Wow.. it is so pretty!! I love the colors! Thanks for sharing :)ReplyDelete
So pretty Jim !ReplyDelete
Fantastic! Love the vibrancy of the red against the black & white. Fabulous.xReplyDelete
Hi Jim, Just wanted to say how fabulous your project is, as always & how much I like your new name watermark. It's very posh & distinguished :-) Hugs, TheresaReplyDelete
Exquisite! The tag is just gorgeous all on its own....and combined with those amazing metal flowers and corseted heart...ooh-la-la! BTW...I finally launched my blog...I would just be thrilled if you found a minute sometime to check it out....www.kathybydesign.com Thanks, Jim!ReplyDelete
Awesome!! ox MargReplyDelete
This is stunning Jim! You already know how much I loved this project and the heart box that you kindly sent as a wedding gift has pride of place here as one of my most treasured possessions. You are so clever to keep coming up with such beautiful constructions - long may it last!ReplyDelete
Very strategic placement of the heart on the cupid. LOL. Got to keep it kid friendly! I may have to break out the chipboard this weekend!ReplyDelete
Oh Jim, how awesome.. that is so pretty, sweet, gorgeous..like the idea.. i will have to go back and see last years, i think i have seen it before but again you know my old age...lol..have a great week!ReplyDelete
This is wonderful. I don't remember this, must have missed it the first time around. Loving the black and red. This would also make a great wedding decoration/present. And hey, that watermark is very cool! Thanks.ReplyDelete
Great project. Thank you for sharing.ReplyDelete
Looks beautiful, Jimbo!!!! Love the new logo...so professional!!!ReplyDelete
Fabulous!! Especially like the tag on the front! I was so hoping to find out about the flowers... did you make those?ReplyDelete
Love it and Love that you changed it to 14 tags for Feb 14th. I also love the tag tucked on the cover under those laces... Great Job!!!!ReplyDelete
Thanks! I was waitting for this tutorial and just ordered it! As I told you, my son is getting married and I really want to make ones for him!ReplyDelete
Your heart box is gorgeous! You continue to amaze me! Love your new watermark! Have a wonderful week!ReplyDelete
Love it Hun stunning another of your projects I want to try I want to do the other one you not long put in your etsy shop the diary one that one is fab to but I am working on the carols caddy so when I have finished that I will get the others can't wait xxxxxReplyDelete
Loved it then... and love it now!!!!ReplyDelete
Absolutely love it as always Jim, loved the chat you had with Fi....ReplyDelete
Gorgeous! I had to study all the details!ReplyDelete
Jim, I admire you so very much! Your talent is beyond words. I wish that I had an ounce of your talent. Thank you so very much for sharing your awesome projects with the world. You are blessed......TeresaReplyDelete
Beautiful, and well worth the wait!ReplyDelete
Forgot to mention your new watermark, I LOVE IT!!!Delete
Wow!!! Now that is spectacular! There is just nothing I don't love!ReplyDelete