Read My Lips Valentine

read-my-lips-valentineWhen I saw all the fun lip sucker mold Kirsten got from Orson Gygi, my brain went crazy with fun Valentine ideas. This is what I made for my daughter to give her friends.

I went into Photoshop and created this card.

(Sorry I can’t share it. I used Shabby Princess, Sweetie Pie Collection, and I don’t have permission to share. LOVE this kit though! I’ve made TONS of fun projects with it. Defiantly worth buying! The font is Everytime I Miss You.)

I printed these off on my home printer in a 4×6 on matte photo cardstock. I found a package of it at Sam’s Club for around $10.

My girls and I made the fun chocolate lip suckers. I followed Kirsten’s directions that she had for melting the chocolate. It was super easy.

Valentine-lip-suckersWe of course had to have some fun with these suckers…The girls had to try them out right?!?

I had the girls sign their names to the valentine’s while I bagged the suckers and tied them off with bakers twine.

Lip-ValentinesI took regular old tape and made a loop to attach the suckers to the valentine. Super easy and so cute. Now you can look look like super mom. (Hey, I take any small victory and hope I look like super mom.) 😉

Lips-suckers-for-ValentinesThe girls sure love them and can’t wait to give them to their friends.

Happy Valentine’s Day!! We Love You!!

Oh, I’m also guest posting on the Wood Connection blog today. Come over and visit!

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