Saturday, February 13, 2016

Valentines Day Paint Cans

Hello & Happy Saturday!

Up bright & early today! 
Hubby has to go into work this morning to make sure the sidewalks are cleared from the snow we had last evening. We had a brutal cold front come thru bringing with it some snow squalls putting about 2 inches of snow down. Our temps today are not to get out of the 20's with wind chills around 2 degrees. Burrrrr!

Today I am sharing with you some Valentines Day Paint Cans that I made as Thank You gifts for my stamp girls. We ended up having a catalog party about 2 weeks ago since we could not have a workshop from the almost 3 foot of snow we had. I have not seen any of my stamp friends so I will probably save these and make something else for them. I will be seeing them in a few weeks for the next stamp get together.

I used that much loved heart for everything this year and i'm sure you will be seeing it again for more Valentines Days to come!! 

I picked up these small sized Paint Cans at Michael's last year. I probably have 30 of them in my stash that I am going to try to use up this year! They make a cute little gift for someone. Just fill them up with a few chocolates and you have a sweet treat! 

I filled my pails with Hershey Kisses and Dove Milk Chocolate Hearts. Sadly, I do not eat much chocolate anymore. Every now & then I will snack on a Hershey Kiss or 2 but that's about it anymore and I use to be a chocoholic!

So do any of you have any fun or special Valentines Day plans?
 We don't usually do anything spectacular but every year we plan a meal with Ryan & Kelsey.

Hope you all have a very sweet Valentines Day!

That's all for me today!
Thanks for stopping by & have a great day!
If your in the Northeast.....Stay WARM!!!



D'Ann said...

These are adorable, Wendy! Love it and that stamp is my favorite Valentine stamp too. For Valentine's day, I'll be visiting my grandchildren, bringing them treats and babysitting so their parents can go out to their Valentine's day dinner. :)

Anonymous said...

Have made a few of them over the years. Thanks for sharing.