diy project: purl bee valentine’s day projects

if i could make a wish right now, it would be to have just a smidge of the talent that the girls at the purl bee have. they posted a great series of valentine’s day projects that i couldn’t resist sharing. because nothing says “i love you” like a handmade gift. [via rachel best]

  1. LOVE those cards – they’re adorable!

  2. -m- says:

    all great ways to save some money. love it!

  3. christine says:

    I saw the bag you made at Squam, missy. You can definitely make one of those valentines.

  4. pea says:

    lovely project ! Also loved the heart pin project!

  5. Laura says:

    Love the felt hearts! Might make some for my friends, wasted on a boy!

  6. I made the heart pins! I’m not super crafty, but they came out sweet!

    Here’s a link to my blog with pictures of the ones I did.

  7. hilary says:

    Could you put a magnet inside the felt hearts and use them on the fridge? They’d be so cute that way!

  8. Marlene says:

    Fantastic! I have to try and make couple of these pins.

  9. Marieke says:

    omg i love the felt hearts… amber i adore the initials on yours! i can’t wait to make these tonight!

  10. jamie says:

    Those are so sweet. What if you made them with fabric and stuffed with lavender. Could be a cute sachet.

  11. monica says:

    These a delightful!!

  12. Chessa! says:

    I LOVE these cards. so lovely and so simple.

  13. Susana says:

    The cards are so cute! And they can be easily adapted to other seasonal icons!

  14. Nicolette Dirks says:

    Super cute!! Happy Vday!


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