Friday, February 11, 2011

Valentine Treats: I'm Stuck on You!


We don't usually keep anything that has anything to do with peanuts in our household because my youngest kid has a peanut allergy. Then Lettering Delights released their Stuck On You SVG set and I was so smitten by it that I just had to play with it. The first thing that I made was this card (see below) but with Valentine's Day just around the corner, I really wanted to show you how you can use it to make a Valentine Treat as well.

Lucky for me, I still have the 2 Reese's Peanut Butter Cups that the twins got from their schoolmate the other day so I could use them for this demo.

Making these Valentines were quick, super easy, and terribly fun. I did not want to deal with cutting out the sentiment so I chose the easier route- I printed it out using the same technique that I had shown in this tutorial. After that, I just cut the layers with Make-the-Cut, and adhered the finished piece onto the card. To complete the project, I stuck a piece of candy on it. Making Valentines that looked this cute couldn't have been easier! 

Since we don't eat anything with peanuts or peanut butter, we don't give them out either and staying in a peanut-free home isn't going to stop me from enjoying this SVG set. To see why I am so attracted by it, just click here or the image below. (and that it's only $2.40 until Monday!)


6 comments :

  1. Sooo cute! But I'm pretty sure I want a peanut butter cup now... :)

    Felicita

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  2. OMG Jin, I love visiting your blog because you always create the cutest project..

    Amanda:0)

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  3. Super cute Jin! Peanut butter cups are my very favorite. :)

    Ruthie

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  4. Thanks, Felicita, Amanda, and Ruthie! :D

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  5. I know what you mean about the peanuts-I probably wouldn't have been brave enough to even let that in my house! lol. But I bought that set too because it's so cute and so much can be done even without using the peanut. I love these!!

    btw we buy sunbutter cups w/ sunflower instead of peanut in them!

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  6. I'm lucky enough that I don't have to worry about peanuts, none of my kids have an allergy. My son lives on peanut butter and jelly so this set makes me think of him! Love your cards, you always have such cute ideas!

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