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CC Designs January 2014 Preview -- Roberto's Rascals

Hello!  I know Christmas was just last week and it's not quite the New Year yet but CC Designs is moving on ahead to our next big creative occasion, Valentine's Day!  I know all you crafters like to plan ahead, and it was a fun break for me to make this Valentine's project after making all the Christmas stuff.

This sweet image is Roberto's Rascals Blowing Kisses.  I followed this tutorial to make this treat box.  The sentiment is from Adoring You and those hearts are a new die, Heart Border die from CC Designs.  And I got to use the new Doodlebug paper pad called Sweetheart.  I love the kraft papers in this pad.

Here is a close up of the heart shaped bubbles that I covered with Stickles.  Those red hearts are from the border die that I didn't want to just discard.

Please head over to the CC Designs blog to catch more of the preview.

Thanks so much for stopping by!




Comments

Aw his one adorable image, will have to go check this one out....
Happy New Year Eva!
Leanne said…
Cute treat box and that image is adorable! The kraft papers in the DD pad are awesome!
TFS!
RiNNE said…
Amazing work!!

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