A few months ago I was invited with nine other bloggers to be on the 12 Months of Martha craft bloggers team and this is month number one! I received my box of goodies last week and found myself giddy like a teenage girl. The box was full of so many Valentine craft paper, stickers and punches, more than I can use so stay tuned for my upcoming giveaway! I was immediately drawn to the 24 Vial Glitter Multipack and the first thought that popped in my head was OMBRÉ! I had been planning to remake the glittered love banner to share here and it seemed like a great idea to pair the original gold version with a pink and red ombré made from these gorgeous Martha Stewart colors. I enlisted my daughter to help me make these banners and heart for a fun crafternoon together. Once we finished, we put together a mini Valentine’s Day party featuring the glittered banners and hearts and using the adorable Love Notes Foiled Postage Seal Stickers as cupcake toppers. So cute, don’t you think? I have created a tutorial for these banners and have a printable pattern for both love signs and the hearts. These print on 11×17 light weight paper. I will give you one additional tip that is not in the tutorial which is. . . use a sheet of paper under the larger letters and the Glitter Tray and Rack for the hearts to catch and save your extra glitter. I must admit, the tray is genius. Glitter on! ~ Lia
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Love it !! I want to do the same with a friend’s name as a gift, what is the name of the font for the word LOVE? I’ve been looking for it everywhere and can’t find it 🙁
Hi! I’m pretty sure it’s Nexa Script, or Thirsty Script Bold!
Do you have “LUNAR NEW YEAR” words?
Thank you! Sorry we don’t 🙁
So cute! I would love to have this in an SVG so I could cut a couple of layers from posterboard and stack together ! Could you do an SVG?
Yes, I just added the SVG file 🙂
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We only have these words. For the script I used a font called lobster.
Hi Lia, your DIY’s are so addictive and I cannot wait to try these myself. I was wondering if these are easy enough to do on a regular printer and maybe cut them out on bristol board type paper?
Hi Kirsten, yes you could definitely try to use Bristol board type paper. I used foam cord for mine. Happy to meet a fellow DIY addict;-)
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Love these! TFS
Good to hear!!
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these are adorable!
Loving these printables for the hearts and words. Once again you have shared a winner with us. Think these will stay up after Valentines so hubs will know I love him.
(There are days I’m not too sure of that, 24/7 togetherness is sometimes a bit much for me),lol. Can hardly wait to make these. Thanks so much for sharing your talent. Happy week
Mine is in my hallway 12 months out of the year. 🙂 Enjoy!
That’s why Valentine’s decor is so hard for me. I wind up leaving my favorite stuff out all year long. Then the next year I have to get more!! I’ve decided on a heart wall for the dining room. Pretty sure this will be perfect there. Love this, THANK YOU.
Haha! We need LOVE all year round, right? Ooohhh, I want to see your heart wall.
i love it !! you are the best 🙂