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Valentine bunting panels

I'll just admit to you right now that I really enjoy making buntings, for pretty much any occasion. They're easy to custom make to fit the space you're decorating, and can be as clean and simple or as complex as you like.

These are Valentine bunting panels--fairly small, and perfect for home decorating:
 sheet music layered  with tulle and collage images

clean and simple, with a little German scrap for shine
There is still plenty of time to create Valentines--especially when your digital collage order comes to you almost immediately!  What a great convenience.  Makes me smile every time.

Here are links to some of my favorite Altered PagesValentines:
Angelic Hearts--these are straight up heart shapes, so very little fussy cutting!!!!

Heart of my Hearts--the same hearts as Angelic Hearts, minus the center image, so you can add your own photo or sentiment.

These two are Victorian themed, and the images again require no fussy cutting--these were probably originally postcards, as they're rectangular: My Sweet Valentine  and  Victorian Valentine 

Super cute images from vintage children's Valentine's, not the Victorian era, but the kind that range anywhere from the 1930's through the 1970's:  Valentines of Yesteryear and Valentines of Youth.

Now you can have everything you need to make your own beautiful bunting delivered right to your door.  Choose from Valentine, St. Patrick's Day, Easter, or Baby Girl, Baby Boy, or Baby (green and yellow).  There is even a pretty, "Welcome" bunting that could be used year-round.

Happy Thursday to you!


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