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I made these magnets the other day. Muted pink, brown and cream with little pieces of floral ribbon. This is a really different style for me but I really dig it.
I have a list of about 20 things that should have been accomplished last week and I have no desire to do any of them. Where on earth will I find the motivation I'm looking for? I'm afraid that until spring comes I might not find it anywhere. I am so over winter.
We're leaving next week for vacation (Texas) and I am thrilled to take a break and get away from the daily routine, especially work and crappy weather. This will be the first time we travel by plane with our kids so I'm a little nervous about that. But I'm mostly just excited to get away.
I was digging through stuff tonight and found some beautiful vintage gift wrap with this fun clock/floral design. I love it! I started making magnet sets. I already wish I had more of this paper!
I didn't get a chance to share this robot card last week and figured today would be the perfect day. Chad and I talked about making robot valentines and one day last week I came home and he had finished this cutesy robot love design. I think I'm going to keep this one in my etsy shop all year round. I think it would make a perfect anniversary or engagement card. Ah, robot love.
Well, for Valentine's Day I think I am going to treat myself to a frozen coffee drink and a yummy lunch. I'm leaving work early today to get some important errands taken care of. On top of groceries and bills, I also need to figure out what exactly to advertise in BUST (I was lucky enough to snag one of the cooperative etsy ad spots!) within the next day, finish my taxes, and book tickets to San Antonio for our family. If I accomplish any of those things in the next 24 hours I'll be happy.
Like every other night, Chad has to work tonight. So I will be spending Valentine's Day with my other sweeties, Lars and Jette. Hmmm. Maybe we can bake something heart shaped. Does it get any cheesier than that?
Winners + CRAFTACULAR!
Around 1:00a.m. this morning I made a list of everyone who entered to win a valentine gift pack. I interrupted Chad while he was drawing robots and had him draw two names. In case you can't read my writing (I can't,) the winners are: Jewel Street and Amateur de Livre. Congrats! And thanks to everyone who left a comment over the past couple of days!
If you're in the Madison area please stop by the Valentine Craftacular tomorrow at the High Noon Saloon. I'll be there along with lots of other awesome vendors from 10am-4pm. Hope to see you there!