It’s February and I’m ready for Valentines!

Valentines Day comes every year, and a lot of people dread it. That used to be me!  But NOT this year!

I always say that I’m going to put up at least one Valentine Decoration.  Or I’m going to go buy myself a Valentine’s Shirt to wear on the day.

But, I never do. Until THIS year! This year I have decorations. AND a shirt! And I shall display and wear them proudly! But first to share them with all of you!


My Shirt!  I LOVE my shirt!  And it was super easy to make.  As a matter of fact, this was my very first Iron On Vinyl project ever.  I purchased the shirt from Academy ($8.99) and purchased some Iron On On Vinyl, and ironed it on my shirt. Here’s a link to the File I used: Love and Kisses

And I LOVE my little frames!  I made two little 4×7 frames to hold the SVG files that I purchased from My Scrap Chick.  One of the frames holds the word “Valentine” and the other is simply “XO”.  I also added a little Heart Arrow underneath the “XO”. I think the little frames are super cute little additions to my main project frame.

Here are the links to the three cutting files that i used on these two projects: XOHeart ArrowsValentine Wordart. (I used the XO from the Love and Kisses file on the one frame).


The main part of my project that everything goes around is my Black Glittered Wooden Frame.  I LOVE this frame, you can use it for anything!  (and you will most probably see this exact same frame in the future!) Each section of the frame is decorated with an SVG file from My Scrap Chick (except for one, the bottom middle).  Most of the cuts have been popped up with Pop Dots (everything looks better with Pop Dots!)

In the original file, the Cupid, is holding a heart arrow and a harp, but i decided to change that and gave him a banner that simply states “I Love You”.

To make the “LOVE” letters, I simply used the 3D Alphabet Pop Up Letters and made them the size that i needed to fit in the space that i was allowed.  

A LOT of files were added into this frame, but i think each one fits together quite nicely! Here’s a list of each file that i used:

Heart and Arrows

Love and Kisses

3D Alphabet Pop Up Letters

Cupid Belly Treat Box

Fall Pennant

Mailbox and Postage Stamp Cards

And like i said you will “most” likely (okay, definitley) see this frame in another project.  You want to know why?  Well…because none of the paper bases are glued to the wood.  Each one is removeable so that you can create new “art” for other occasions!  (Which i will show you how to do in the future months…or sooner!) I hope you’ve enjoyed my projects as much as i enjoyed creating them! Jill Brought To You By the Letter {J}



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