|Gingerboy-but he almost looks like *chocolate*!|
Now that Elizabeth has received him, I can show you pix of my little Gingerboy that I made for her ornament swap. He is a Gingermelon pattern, but I added his little heart garland. He was fun to make, and I guess I do like working on tiny things!!
I received my darling Valentine from Patti of Paintin Patti and it's so cute!
|Patti says it reminds her of her DH and her~so sweet!|
Here is my darling rag ball garland with vintage Valentines at night. Yep, I still have candles in my windows. I just like them. That warm glow ...
So ... I added Patti's Valentine to the garland:
|Smack in the middle!!|
Isn't it just so cute! I pulled the shade down and thought it showed up better that way! I'm loving my garland and my beautiful Valentines!!
|A little closer ~ how sweet the look on that girl's face!|
Now you can see the glitter added to highlight her blond curls and his Valentine. See all of the tiny three-dimensional flowers she added? They add just the perfect little touch to this Valentine garden. It surely does bring a smile to my face! Thank you Patti ~ I'm hoping you received mine by now!!! All of these Valentine swaps were just so much fun. I believe it brings the circle in a little closer!! We get to know each other by our stylings. And it's been so nice to see how a theme can be interpreted so differently by each person! I saw that, too, with the Christmas Shadow Box Swap. Same little boxes, but each one done oh so differently. All of these goodies I consider my treasures. To keep forever!!!