Stuck On You!


Valentine's Day Art | Storypiece.net

Monday marked my second full year of blogging… my blogiversary.  And is often customary in blogging circles, it would’ve been a great time to reflect on what the last two years have meant to me, what I’ve learned and possibly held a giveaway.  Last year, I even promised I’d have cake.

But none of that fanfare felt right.

Valentine Love Note | Storypiece.net

Instead, I pulled out one of my most popular projects (and one that is the most fun to do) and decided to put a Valentine’s twist on it.

Supplies:

Valentine Art Supplies | Storypiece.net

  • Cardstock
  • Paint Swatch
  • Heart Punch
  • Mod Podge
  • Frame

Process:

1. Punch out lots and lots of little hearts.

Valentine Hearts | Storypiece.net

2. Come-up with a design and glue the hearts down.

Valentine Mod Podge Art | Storypiece.net

Valentine Art Layout | Storypiece.net

3. There are tons of design possibilities, but I went with a heart made from tiny hearts.

Mini Art for Valentine's Day | Storypiece.net

4. Frame.

Mini Valentine Art | Storypiece.net

Although my art is mini, how I feel about you is huge!

Framed Valentine Art | Storypiece.net

Thank you dear reader for journeying on with me through this blog.  Your comments, tweets, likes, shares and follows make my day… ever single one of them… every single day.  I’m continually blown away by your sweet generosity and your willingness to be a part of my story.

Cheers!

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19 comments

    • Danielle says:

      Thank you so much! My favorite part of blogging is meeting such wonderful people like you and Lindsey. Thanks for reading and always leaving such lovely comments. You girls rock my socks all the time.

  1. Gina says:

    Your blog is so great! I can not believe that it has been 2 years already!! I was just reflecting on Mike’s quilt today. I am so glad that we have such a beautiful piece of art work to look at and that David has one to match. It is such a special part of our family history. The story of his blankie is one of my top 5 posts on your blog. So fun!

    • Danielle says:

      Thank you! I know… I’m so thankful that our paths have crossed. It’s a blessing I would’ve never anticipated when I started two years ago.

  2. ScrapAndSalvage says:

    very cute, lady!! and happy anni! we nearly started around the same time, my dear. i’m about 3 months behind you. keep up the good work!

    • Danielle says:

      Me too… they just stack up from different projects and it’s fun to find creative ways to recycle them. Thanks for stopping by and reading!

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