Wednesday, January 21, 2009

Things I am eyeing this week...

I liked my find the other day on Paper Source (look about 2 posts down) and knew I could find some printables on Etsy, so here are a few I found. I am going to try like crazy to have my kids do something more homemade this year - Transformers just don't speak the language of love to me. We started tonight with what I like to call our Heart Attack Wall, I'll show you pics tomorrow - Dave is tearing apart the computer that houses my photos. Each of the following cards can be printed out at home after you purchase them, letting you make as many as you would like.







I love the fresh approach found in Three Wheels Design and Paper. This card is the perfect mix for a boy for Valentine's Day. Eli would still feel super manly handing out this pirate. They have other designs, have a look.


















If you are searching for vintage Valentine cards that remind you of your childhood, have a look at Printable. They have a ton to choose from and it will make you smile.
















I absolutely love the sense of humor in the cards at The Rasilisk. I really love that they have a selection that is appropriate for kids and a selection that is appropriate for adults. And if you are just looking for a way to say "thanks", look here.














Shabby Chic Crafts has a ton of printables, and I love this L-O-V-E e-card set. It would be perfect for a card or to hang on ribbon on your wall. The conversation hearts set is very cute, too. ***Veronica of Shabby Chic Crafts just emailed me the link to her great blog, http://www.shabbychiccrafts.blogspot.com/. Please go look, you will find great ideas for homemade Valentine fare and some free downloads of love coupons!








And finally, marialunate is so freakin' adorable, I can't stand it. The shop is full of beautiful printables including a couple for Valentines, like this one. But I also think it would be fun to print some of the Little Reds and give them out from your child's girl friends, because what little girl doesn't love paper dolls?












And now I am off to Red Mango, by myself. I need to show myself a little love right now, so I can show it to the family. Know what I mean? Would you choose any of these cards?

6 comments:

Vicki said...

Thanks so much for including my pirate valentines and introducing me to your wonderful blog! Can't wait to look around some more!

Natalie said...

Whit...these are all so cute...with all your artistic talent you ought to create your own printables! Next time you go to Red Mango give me a call!

Raydar Love said...

Red Mango??? Justify that, Shuga-Free.

whitney said...

all natural sugars - totally in the rules, like eating fruit. justified. hater.

Raydar Love said...

well, duh! but what about the fruit?

and yes, maybe there is a teence of hate because you have willpower that i do not. teach me obiwan (sp?)

Raydar Love said...

whoops. i meant yogurt. what about the yogurt. my brain cannot be trusted to function properly after 10 pm.