Monday, February 6, 2012

Champagne and Chocolate for Valentine's Day

Champagne, chocolate and Valentine's Day - they just seem to go together!  This year I probably won't be indulging in the champagne because I've been on Ibuprophen for the aches and pains of training for my black belt but I still wanted to give my husband a treat in celebration of the love we share (not to mention thanking him for all the massages he gives to my sore muscles).  I whipped up a door hanger from the Art Philosophy cartridge which is perfect to hang from a bottle of champagne or sparkling cider and fill with some chocolates.

I also made a couple of cute 4x4" heart cutout cards from the AP cartridge with Black cardstock and filled the openings with our cute Roxie paper.  I'm thinking I'll slip one inside of his computer bag telling him to hurry home on Valentine's night!

After 23 years of having him as my Valentine, I'm still over the moon in love with my husband Mark!  Here's to you babe!

I hope you've been inspired to create something for your special Valentine! 

If you'd like to make this project, get these supplies:
Stamp:  Mad About You (December SOTM)
Ink:  Black, Tulip
Other:  Art Philosophy Cartridge, Signo Uni-ball White Gel Pen, Ribbon (retired Organdy but our new Seam Binding would be perfect), Red Baker's Twine (Paper Source)


Amy said...

This is beautiful and looks like tons of fun. I love the whole project.

Carla said...

This is simply's so professional looking, like something you could purchase in a store!!! Love love love!!!!! :)

Haley D. said...

WOW! He will LOVE all his goodies! Guys like to feel special too. Fab projects!

Mary Gunn FUNN said...

bring out the shrink wrap and basket - this is a winner! So many components and things to think about! I love the white gel pen on the tag a whole bunch. Makes quite a statement!
You are sumpin' else, Miss Paiger.

Lucy Kelleher said...

LOVE your project Paige -- love everything about it! Thanks for the inspiration :)


Audrey Pettit said...

So, so adorable Paige! This whole gift set just makes me smile!

Anonymous said...

Interesting post, this was really useful. thanks!

Anonymous said...

Such a small think. ;-) But such a great idea

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