I am so excited you’re here! Welcome to the BIG Valentine’s Link Party that is hosted by yours truly along with these ladies below! We ALL have created a craft, recipe or decorated for Valentine’s Day & you’ll find each of our posts of the blogs listed below.
- Karly from Buns in my Oven – follow on Pinterest
- Tiffany from Eat at Home – follow on Pinterest
- Liz from Hoosier Homemade – follow on Pinterest
- Myra from My Blessed Life – follow on Pinterest
- Amy from MomAdvice – follow on Pinterest
- Kellie from Nest of Posies – follow on Pinterest
- Amy from Positively Splendid – follow on Pinterest
- Lisa from The Pennington Point – follow on Pinterest
- Gina from The Shabby Creek Cottage – follow on Pinterest
- Heather from WhipperBerry – follow on Pinterest
We all have the same party on our blogs, so that’s more blog readers to see your awesome projects or recipes! You only need to link up at one blog location, but the beauty in this link up party is that all the blogs will be able to see what you linked up!
Here’s my project for today. It’s Chalkboard French Valentines to give to YOUR bff! Because giving out Valentine’s isn’t just for the kids!
Don’t you just love a French-speaking man? Isn’t it romantic sounding?
Well, truth be told I’ve only heard a French-speaking man in my dreams. But that should count for something!
I only speak Southern.
As in Southern from Tennessee. No French, no Spanish, just Southern with a big ‘ol twang. Somehow I’ve gathered a Southern accent in my 20+ years of living in Tennessee. The Southern drawl is quite contagious, I assure you.
However, when it comes to Valentine’s Day, I try to become all “Frenchy” 😉
Just so y’all know, je t’adore means: I adore you or I love you.
Don’t worry, I had to look it up as well.
But since, I personally love to hand out Valentines to my friends, I thought why not make some chalkboard “Frenchy” Valentines just to give to my bff & we can be all “Frenchy” together?
I assure you these Valentines are the easiest to make. If you look at it in 3-4 easy steps.
Supplies & directions:
step 1: feathers, paint brush, paint & glitter. allow time to dry.
step 2: print out the printable (below)
step 3: trim around printable with paper-cutter & cut in half. use an exacto knife *if needed* to trim feathers down to size
step 4: apply glue (i used hot glue) to the back of the feather & attach to the Valentine
I must say, I positively adore these chalkboard French Valentines. Painted glittery feathers & all…
Just hover over the bottom right hand corner & print away in the box below. One printable will make 2 Valentines.
As with all my printables – they are free for as many as you’d like to print. Feel like sharing or pinning them??? Ooh! Thank you, please do. All I ask is that you link to this original post & not the link for the download. Thank you so much!
Now it’s time to see YOUR projects!!!
We are all so excited you’re here to link up & share what you’ve been working on!