Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Valentine Fortune Teller and A Video

Hey all my crafty friends, I hope you all are having a great day.. Well, I have a super fun project and video for you today.. Do you remember making fortune tellers in grade school??? I saw a photo of these adorable printable Valentine fortune tellers on the HWTM Daily Blog... So, after seeing them I decide to create my own Valentine one using my Cricut, Joy's Life Stamps, and some Peachy Keen Stamps.. Here is a video and my finished project:







Supplies I used:
* 12x12 pattern paper (the Paper Studio)
*Card stock (the Paper Studio)
*Imagine (hearts)
*Gypsy Font(numbers)
* “All Around Sentiments Stamps”, ” Lots of Pun Stamps” and “Father & Son Stamps” (Joy's Life found here Joy’s store )
*Everyday Character Face Parts and More Stamps (Peachy Keen)

Challenge:
Kaboodle Doodles Challenge Blog - black, white and 1 other color
Tuesday Throwdown -Valentines
My Creative Time - Imagine Nation Monday "Sweets/Valentine"

Let me know what you think :0)

20 comments:

Cathryn67 said...

I love this! My 7 year old daughter is so into these!! TFS, cathryn67 <3
inthepinkcathryn.blogspot.com

Lisa said...

OMG what an awesome idea. WOW, memories with those things. Great job.

Melissa said...

Super cute, I just thought about one of these the other day and forgot how to make it....lol TFS

Janis said...

This is awesome! We used to make these all the time when I was little. Thanks for reminding me how to fold them again. :) Janis

McVic said...

A- Dorable
kacee
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VinDeeLoo said...

How cute! Just last week I taught a class of 4th graders how to make these when I was subbing. I am gonna have to make these for my nieces.

VinDeeLoo

Jessica said...

This has got to be the curtest Valentines Day project I saw today! I love this!

Jill said...

Great idea for valentines day! Thanks so much for playing along this week at Kaboodle Doodles and hope to see you next week. Jill

**Farrah** said...

Oh thanks for that!! I feel 20 years younger!!
Such a cute idea!
Thanks for playing at Kaboodle Doodles and good luck!
Farrah

Dawn, RI said...

boy did you bring back some memories. Mine was never was that pretty. Dawn RI

Charlotte said...

This is fantastic. Every child I know would love it. Great work!!!!

~Olga said...

OMG!!! I love this idea, bring so much of my childhood memories. TFS... ~Olga

Staying Crafty said...

This brings back memories. Maybe I should make one for my hubby that has different little prizes he can win - instead of the usual coupon type things people do.

girlia said...

I agree. It does bring back memories. Really nice

Lauren said...

What a super cute valentine fortune teller! Great idea! Thanks for joining us at Tuesday Throwdown! We hope to see you again next week!

Heidi said...

I just made a couple of these the other day for my kids out of regular paper and let them color them. Your turned out so much cuter! I never thought to "bling" it up a little. Cute project!

Lisa's Creative Niche said...

Hello! I wanted to let you know that I want to give you a Stylish Blog Award! I love your work, and I love coming to your blog for inspiration so I hope you'll accept! All you have to do is go over to my page to accept the award and to pass it on... You just have to link back to me in a blog, write 8 things about yourself, and then pass it on to 8 other blogs that you think are Stylish too! Thank you and congratulations!
Lisa

mudmaven said...

This is just great - I remember these from my grade school days! Thanks for playing our challenge this week on Kaboodle Doodles - hope to see you back again soon. ~chris

Kim H said...

OMG... flash from the past! I LOVE it! I need to make this for my son... he would get a big kick out of it! Thanks for the video!
tfs

Heaven Sown said...

This is right on time because I was just thinking that this would be a great idea for the boys and girls in my 9yr olds class!....with little effort from me! :)
I was just scouring the internet trying to remember what those thingamajigs were called! :) great moms think alike!