Saturday, January 24, 2009

Alota Valentines

Nancy at Windstar Creations had done these adorable pocket envelopes to go with her Cards 4 Kids valentines. She was kind enough to send me directions and I had to try one, which led to three. Thank you, Nancy. They're super easy to do, so I made them and then copied her idea of putting valentines in them with the tab on the top. I did my valentines with the set I ordered from Alota Rubber Stamps, "Valentine Cuties." I love this set. The DP and hearts are from the SU! bundle which included a great Valentine stamp set, the 3-heart punch, and the DP. These are for 3 of my 8 grandchildren. I need to get more done, but I'm waiting on my robot images to arrive to do a few up with those. They are also from ARS, and I'll post those when I get them done. ARS also has some new sets that are beautiful and versatile so check them out if you get a chance. Thanks so much for looking. Loved all the cards I took the time to look at today. Flourishes also had some beauties to showcase. So much eye candy, and so inspirational! Hope you have a lovely week-end, wherever you are.


Cindy said...

Karen, so glad I visited your blog tonight. These are adorable. Those envelopes are also really sweet. They really picked my spirits up. I have been working and do not see much light at the end of the tunnel. Think I'm going to throw together a few cards though. Haven't posted to my blog for awhile either. Enjoy the rest of your weekend.

Stacy aka Twinshappy on SCS said...

Karen these are so cute and fun. Great valentines for the grandkids. They will love them.

Rachel said...

these are super cute!!

Nancy said...

What cute little cards! Aren't they fun?!

Carolyn Bounds said... sweet are these Valentine cuties!!!! I love the beautifully decorated pockets, but the prize inside really takes the cake!!!! Those images are absolutely precious, and you colored them up superbly!!! I know your garndchildren are going to love them!! I cannot wait to see your robot creations:o)


Kristine B. said...

OH, I'm so in love with these CUTE kids from Alota!! Your coloring is oh-so-cute too! :)