Love FrameHere is the Pin
This is a fun idea and oh so so easy! Just go to the pin, print off the printable and throw it in a 5x7 frame. You can use it as a dry erase board to write something on daily. For me, I think I will give it to my man for V-day and make him write on it for me! Haha
Open when EnvelopesHere is the Pin
I love this idea! You just print the FREE printable right off of the pin and then stick it to each envelope. This is where the real wife-of-the-year stuff begins…. you will then write notes, give pics, maybe tickets to a show in each envelope for them to open whenever it applies to them! I think some of these would be really fun to use for your kids to!
Soda Float BasketHere is the Pin
We all know the way to a mans heart is through his stomach, so I was sure this one would be a winner! The pin will give you a link to the printable BUT, you do have to join their club. It is $1 for a 2 week trial or $4.95 per month. It does include lots of other things so if their style matches your personality, you might find lots of awesome marriage gems in there. I sprung for the cost because I had my heart set on making the basket :) After you print out the printable, you just attach it to the soda and add some ice cream for soda flights!
Exploding Box CardHere is the pin
I think this is a fun alternative to your traditional card. I had fun finding pictures and thinking of ideas to write on each square. Here are the instructions to construct this little gem:
4 sheets of 12x12 card stock
scorer or I used a sharp object and ruler!
Score each sheet according to the following sizes: 9 inch sheet: 3 inches from each side, 8 5/8 inch sheet: 2 7/8 inches from each side, 8 1/4 sheet: 2 3/4 inches fro each side.
Following the score lines, cut off the corners of each of those squares.
Adhere the bottoms together in a stack.
Now you can write on or add pictures to this as you would like.
Onto the lid… Cut your card stock to be 6 1/4 x 6 1/4 and score the edges to be 1 1/2 inches from each edge (you should be a pro at this by now!)
Now turn your paper over and score it from the corner of each corner square to the edge. I know! So confusing, just reference the picture if you need to.
Fold in the corners of your box and you will have your lid!