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2014 Romantic Handmade Valentine’s Day Cards Ideas

Whip up cute and creative cards for Valentine’s Day . You’ll love these ideas to try in 2014! I hope you find the perfect idea for your special someone. …. Enjoy it !!!!

Design by Lisa Spangler : Lisa tied a ribbon around the front of her card base to ground the design, then layered cardstock, patterned paper, and a decorative label over the ribbon to create a focal point.
Editor’s Tip: Look for embellishments that coordinate with your patterned paper and title, like the cherries on this card.
SOURCES: Cardstock, stamp: Hero Arts. Patterned paper: Cosmo Cricket. Ribbon: May Arts. Ink: Tsukineko. Pen: Copic (red, brown, green), Sakura of America (black). Glitter glue: Ranger Industries. Embossing tool: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft

Design by Tracy Kyle : Tracy used patterned paper printed with sweet sentiments to create a colorful background on this Valentine’s Day card. She dotted the “i” of her greeting with a heart for a seasonal touch. Editor’s Tip: Tracy added subtle interest to her card by placing a heart of rhinestones behind her card sentiment. For an opposite effect, punch small holes in a shape on your card front, letting the inside of the card show through.
SOURCES: Patterned paper: Scenic Route Paper Co. Stickers: Li’l Davis Designs (letters), Making Memories (red heart). Gems: Heidi Swapp.

Design by Lisa Storms : To create this clever card, Lisa embossed a wood-grain pattern on brown cardstock, then inked the edges to help the texture stand out. She added a die cut, piece of patterned paper, and stickers to simply embellish the greeting.
Editor’s Tip: Missing a letter or punctuation mark? Use your creativity to cut one from another sticker. Lisa snipped a piece from a “P” to make her quirky question mark.
SOURCES: Cardstock: WorldWin Papers. Patterned paper: BoBunny Press. Stickers: BasicGrey (bird), Die Cuts With A View (“you be mine?”), Heidi Grace Designs (“wood”). Die cuts: My Mind’s Eye. Punch, texture plate: Fiskars.

Design by Tracy Kyle : A die cut tree branch grounds a script-letter sentiment on Tracy’s glittery valentine. Nontraditional colors create a modern look.
Editor’s Tip: Look for heart-shape embellishments, like the button Tracy added to her card, for subtle reminders of the season.
SOURCES: Patterned paper: Making Memories. Die-cutting tool: Cricut by Provo Craft. Stickers, buttons: Doodlebug Design

Design by Tracy Kyle : A simple owl piecing gives Tracy’s card a cute, trendy look. She covered the character in hearts and placed it on heart-pattern paper to play up the holiday theme.
Editor’s Tip: Rather than spelling out your sentiment, choose a symbolic way to share your greeting. Tracy let her valentine know what’s on her mind by filling a thought bubble with a chipboard heart.
SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: Heidi Grace Designs. Glitter paper: Doodlebug Design. Chipboard accent: Scrapworks. Eyes: Westrim Crafts. Embossing plate: Sizzix. Die-cutting tool: Cricut. Punch: EK Success.

Design by Lisa Spangler : Lisa layered strips of patterned paper and stitches to create dimension on her valentine. A ribbon bow tied around the card front coupled with a thread tie at the front of her button accent complete the design.
Editor’s Tip: Turn notebook paper on its side and use the rough edge to create a decorative border on your Valentine’s Day card, as Lisa did here.
SOURCES: Cardstock, stamps: Hero Arts. Patterned paper: Little Yellow Bicycle. Die-cutting tool: Cuttlebug by Provo Craft. Ribbon: Jo-Ann Stores. Ink: Tsukineko. Punch: EK Success.

Design by Lisa Spangler : Lisa created her card base from half cardstock, half patterned paper. She completed the design with a large die-cut frame. The decorative edges add whimsy to a simple rectangle card.
Editor’s Tip: Hide the seam of two papers coming together with a decorative ribbon, like Lisa did here. SOURCES: Cardstock, gems, stamps: Hero Arts. Patterned paper: Little Yellow Bicycle. Die-cutting tool: QuicKutz (large frame), Spellbinders (small frame). Ribbon: Making Memories. Ink: Memories (red), Ranger Industries (distress), Tsukineko (black). Pens: Copic. Glitter glue: Ranger Industries.

Design by Lisa Spangler : Make your valentine sparkle by embellishing with gems, as Lisa did. Rhinestones placed in a line draw attention to her greeting and a trio of jewel hearts adds color and dimension.
Editor’s Tip: Get a special handmade feel by using notebook paper as a base and adding simple sayings in a typewriter font. (You can change the opacity of your text in image-editing software to get the faded look.) SOURCES: Cardstock, gems, stamps: Hero Arts. Patterned paper: Little Yellow Bicycle. Ribbon: American Crafts. Ink: Stewart Superior (pink) Tsukineko (brown). Pens: Copic. Punch: EK Success.

Design by Tracy Kyle : Use a circle cutter or template to cut circles from patterned paper and adhere to the folded cardstock base. Cut coordinating border strips from cardstock; add ribbons and a printed tag. SOURCES: Cardstock: National Cardstock. Patterned paper: Daisy D’s Paper Co. (floral), Anna Griffin (paisley), and The Paper Company (collage). Circle Coluzzle template: Provo Craft. Tag: Making Memories.


Design by Tracy Kyle : Fold cardstock for the card base and add strips of black. Attach flower-shape tags with decorative brads and ribbon. Add a metal sentiment charm.
SOURCES: Flower-shape tags: Autumn Leaves. Ribbon: May Arts. Brads and metal word: Making Memories.

Design by Cathy Blackstone : Cut a heart from fabric and adhere it to the cream cardstock. Ink the cardstock edges and zigzag-stitch the cardstock to the card front. Stamp a message and heart tags; attach as shown.
SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Rubber stamps: Hero Arts. Stamp ink: Nick Bantock for Ranger Industries (brown) and Clearsnap (pink).

Design by Candi Gershon : Attach patterned paper and vellum to the card front with mini brads. Wrap a length of ribbon around the front panel and secure matted letters with adhesive dots. Add paper flowers and cover the ribbon ends inside the card with pink cardstock.
SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Patterned paper: SEI. Printed vellum: American Crafts. Punch-out letters: Mustard Moon. Brads: Lasting Impressions for Paper.

Design by Candi Gershon : Cut patterned paper to fit the folded card front. Add a library card pocket. Attach a computer-printed message to the pocket and insert a handwritten library card adorned with stickers and a ribbon. Stamp hearts on the cardstock, cut them out, and mount.
SOURCES: Patterned paper and letter stickers: Me and My Big Ideas. Computer font: Miss Priss downloaded off the Internet. Card pocket: Kopp Designs. Library card: Boxer Scrapbooks Productions. Rubber stamps: Stampin? Up! (large heart) and PSX (little heart). Stamp ink: Close To My Heart.

Design by Jennifer McGuire : Attach cardstock to the folded card front and add a swatch of coordinating fabric. Add a square of textured cardstock, more fabric, and a small silver charm adorned with ribbon.
SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Textured paper: The Jennifer Collection. Heart charm: Hap’s Memories.

Design by Jennifer McGuire : Mount a piece of dark pink cardstock on the front of a folded card and stamp the heart pattern with white ink. Cut light pink cardstock into a curving corner shape and attach. Cover the curve with threaded buttons and paper flowers and add rub-on sentiment.
SOURCES: Cardstock: Bazzill Basics Paper. Rub-ons: Autumn Leaves. Rubber stamps: Hero Arts. Stamp ink: Tsukineko.

2014 Clever Bedroom Makeover from BHG : Before and After

This bedroom was a real snoozer bland, charmless, and dated. But a budget-smart decorating makeover with paint, fabric, and easy-decorating tricks transforms it into a stylish retreat.

BEFORE: Bland Bedroom 
Lacking personality and style, this bedroom was also uninviting and cold. But a budget-friendly makeover provided a fresh outlook.
After: Bright and Cozy 
A palette of cheery yellow, soothing slate blue, and creamy white takes the mood from dreary to dreamy and makes this small bedroom feel light, bright, fresh, and modern.
Customize for Less 
Stock kitchen cabinets from IKEA work great as bookshelves and create the look of a built-in for less. Leave off the backs so wall paint shows through — it makes a small room feel bigger. Score a little extra storage: Use closed kitchen cabinets as nightstands. On the bed, one body pillow packs the same impact as throngs of throw pillows, and wall-mount swing arm lamps turn on function without taking up space.
Pleasant Surprise 
Line drawers with scrapbook paper for a sunny surprise every time you reach in.
Store in Style 
A vintage cabinet goes glam when old glass panels are replaced with mirrors. The cabinet stashes extra linens and provides plenty of display space for decorative extras.
Sunny and Stylish 
A fresh carpet pattern echoes the vintage window muntins. Mirrors and brass add glimmer to a room that gets little natural light. Creamy white paint on doors and moldings also keeps things bright. Layering curtains over shades gives a luxe look. (We turned the fabric 90 degrees to get a room-stretching horizontal stripe.)
Crowning Glory 
Curtain rods and rings make a modern connection to hand-forged iron hardware on doors throughout the 1930s home. Curtains are hung right under the crown molding to stretch the room vertically.
Vanity Flair 
The sleek but hardworking desk stows home office supplies in one drawer and makeup and jewelry in another. Pullout benches for the dressing table are better than a single chair — each works as a seat or a table. An eclectic gallery of art arranged around the mirror furthers the vanity area’s own unique style blend.

2014 Clever Storage Solutions for Small Bedrooms

Keep a small bedroom organized with these smart tricks for adding storage to even the tightest of sleeping quarters.
Don’t let small quarters limit your storage options . Here are clever ideas for better small bedroom storage . Reclaim a suitcase for under bed storage . Paint the suitcase then attach casters to the underside for easy sliding under your bed. Store away. Contain tiny treasures inside a hollowed out book.
Glue the pages of an old book together then carve out a space to the needed depth. Recycled drawers create storage options on this headboard .
Simply design the headboard to fit the shape of the drawers in your collection, paint a uniform color and attach to the wall. Old objects used in new ways helps maximize the usable space in a tiny bedroom .

You’ll love these ideas to try in 2014! I hope you find these ideas useful and inspiring to you …. Enjoy it !!!!

2014 Easy Tips for Style a Coffee Table

Add style to your coffee table with a just right arrangement. With a mix of accessories, books, and flowers, and our favorite arranging tips, you can create a magazine worthy tablescape.

Learn how to make your coffee table look like it’s from the pages of a magazine in just 30 seconds. Start with a few stacks of books on the coffee table, along with a show piece or two, such as a pretty bowl or vase of flowers. Use a tray as your base layer for a larger spread. Now place a stack of books and a vase of beautiful blooms. Add some more books and top with decorative objects. Keep layering in elements and step back from time to time so you can see your entire arrangement and make adjustments. Be sure to leave plenty of room for placing drinks.