Valentines days arrows, Fancy Shanty contributing article

Valentine's Day Craft Ideas - Paper Arrows
I cannot believe that January is almost over. Which means February is almost here, which means Valentines day is just around the corner. In keeping with my theme of looking to the near future I am over at Fancy Shanty today sharing this fun, easy, and whimsical way to add some love to a space. Some paper arrows are the way I did it.  I had fun creating these and then adding it to a fun table centerpiece. I am already for love, and flowers. Hint, hint Dale…. Head on over to Fancy Shanty to check out the tutorial and my Valentines day themed table centerpiece.

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  1. These are so cute. I like the way you explained how you cut the arrow-like cutting grass for a picture-I remember doing that. Your centerpiece looks so sweet.

    1. Thank you Beverly, I thought explaining it like cutting grass in pictures was the best way. I always felt my pictures were pretty cool with "real" grass in them. I had fun making the table centerpiece set up.

    2. What a cute idea! Great Valentines day craft via #somethingtotalkaboutlinkparty

    3. Thank you!

  2. What a wonderful quick craft – I think I'll make a couple and hang them criss-crossed on my burlap wreath. Great job, Emily! Pinning this adorable tutorial!

    1. That would be so cute to add to your wreath. Thank you for pinning!

  3. How adorable!! Living in the mountains, though, my son might want to actually shoot these!! ha/ha Pinned it! Be sure to add it to our blog hop at http://tigerstrypes.com/scbh-vday-critters/

    1. They are soft enough to be shot, which is nice. They might get a little wrecked, just make a ton of them and let him go crazy. I will head over and link up, thank you for the invite.

  4. Those are so sweet! Thanks so much for linking up with us over at the #HomeMattersParty – we hope to see you again next week!

    1. I had fun making them, I will be heading back to link up again!

  5. Nina says: Reply

    This is by far the cutest valentine craft I've seen! If I find those candy sticks I just might do this for my son's class 🙂

    1. That would be a great idea! I got these from Michaels craft store. But have also seem them at Target and party city.

  6. Stopped by from Concord Cottage! These are great! Thanks for the inspiration!
    Christine

    1. Christine, thank you so much for stopping in, I am glad to have you. Happy you found some inspiration.

  7. Emily, these are so cute and I love that box they are displayed in! Thanks for sharing at Something To Talk About Link Party!!

    1. Thank you so much! The box I created as a Target knock off paper tray. The full tutorial is http://ourhousenowahome.com/2014/09/target-knock-off.html?m=1

  8. These are so cute!! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Thank you for stopping in! Have a great day 🙂

  10. Emily – this is ah-dorable! You always have the cutest, most creative things. Don't even get me started on that paper tray (just went to the link) You've got some mad skills! Thanks o much for linking up with 2 Bees in a Pod!
    Vicki and Jennifer

    1. Thank you so much! I have fun creating things.

  11. This a such a creative valentine for a school class! I love it. Thanks for sharing.

    1. That would be a great way to use these for sure!

  12. These are so cute! Thanks so much for linking up to Your Designs This Time! I'm featuring them tomorrow and pinning these adorable arrows to our Features and Favorites board!

    1. Thank you so much Katie!

    2. Thank you so much Katie!

  13. These are so cute!

    1. Thank you!

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