Hi creative friends,
Just days after the release of the Victorian Romance club kit and we already have many beautiful Design Team projects to inspire you with.
Don’t we all love a little romance ♥
Nicola ~ My Shabby Craft Corner
As always, Nicola has spoiled us with so many fabulous projects using the Victorian Romance kit this month.
First there was a Victorian Romance Journal….
Here’s a flip through of this pretty journal.
Next she gave us a 3 part YouTube tutorial for making a very shabby valentines folio using a box of vintage scraps and the Victorian Romance kit.
Here’s part one of her ‘Craft with Me’
And Part two… be sure to click the video to watch on YouTube.
Then part three…. with a Giveaway!
Nicola has also shared an exclusive tutorial for making her pretty Victorian Romance altered Twiglets tin in the Simply Shabbilicious Facebook group.
Head over to our Facebook group to watch the tutorial.
Here’s a sneak peek!
Then finally, Nicola used the Victorian Romance kit to create the sweetest stacked envelope project, which she shared as a ‘Craft with Me’ Facebook live in her own Facebook group, Shabby Journals, Crafts & More.
If you haven’t already joined her Facebook group, you need to!
Thank you Nicola… we love your videos ♥
Lena always makes the most beautiful projects using her decoupage technique.
This month she has used two of the cherub papers from the Victorian Romance paper collection to create these beautiful Valentine hearts.
Wood hearts are available at most craft stores and are a fun way to add some gorgeousness to your seasonal decorating… but honestly, you could use these any time of the year!
You can connect with Lena and see her fabulous decoupage projects on Instagram and in our Simply Shabbilicious Facebook group.
Thanks Lena ♥
Linda ~ Chuckles n Charm
Linda was inspired by the Victorian themed kit to create a Victorian Stationery Box.
Letter writing was an important part of the Victorian lady’s life… and there were all sorts of etiquette rules that had to be followed.
This beautiful box was created using the paper collection from the Victorian Romance kit and holds the standard 4.25″ x 5.5″ cards, some 3″ x 3″ note cards, tags, a calendar and pen.
It’s such a perfect project for a letter writer.
Next Linda created an Accordion style Gratitude Box to store the Shabby Art Boutique monthly gratitude cards in.
Linda is joining in on this yearlong gratitude project and wanted to make something different to hold the cards in.
You could also add in photos and other notes of gratitude each month as the sides are accordion folded, so can hold quite a bit.
Both of Linda’s projects are so pretty and would make amazing gifts too.
Thanks Linda ♥
The Victorian Romance Kit
If you’d like to see what is in this months kit, click here to visit the Handmade Club page.
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