Thank you for all your heartfelt responses. Our Valentines Day winners are:
Altered Inspirations Winner
Els said: Of course I love my hubby almost 29 years and my kids but even I love my brothers and sisters a lot because we be there for each other in good and thats makes it special in bad times. Taking care and try to cheer each other up. Feeling when someone need special treatment or a bouquet of flowers.
my Heart Winner
Inside my Heart Winner
Heather said: My love is my husband. He's not taller than me when I'm in heels and he doesn't love to dance (my two for sures when I was single) but he IS so many things I never knew I wanted or needed. He's a do-it-yourselfer, he can fix almost anything, he loves to save money, he doesn't think I'm cheap, he gets me out of "my box" when I think there's no way, he knows just the moment when he should pick up and do the dishes, he encourages my scrapbooking because there's no way he'd ever do it, he makes me laugh, he loves to play with our kids, and he's an amazing cook, he thinks I'm beautiful and makes sure I know. Best of all he loves me and inspires me to be the best wife, mother, and friend.
10 Reasons Why Winner
Lynne said: Ok, so I pressed send before I said why - sorry! LOL! I love my husband because he is so understanding and supportive of me. And my kids just make me laugh and love life
Winners - Please log into your classroom and get started. Thanks again for all the great responses. I look forward to seeing your projects from these classes in the gallery.
I can almost taste the chocolate now. Not the dinky little hearts from the corner drug store but that small gold box from Godiva. You know, the kind that the kids don't like. I especially like the dark chocolate with raspberry. Yummy...
Now that I have shared my Valentine’s chocolate fantasy with you, tell me about what thoughts Valentines Day brings to your mind? Is it candy and flowers, a special dinner with your sweetheart, heart shaped cookies for your puppy or maybe helping your kids write those Valentines with the superheroes or princesses for their classmates.
Below are some pictures of our sweethearts
If you’re hoping to be a little more creative this year and show your love with something personal and unique, we can help. BPS offers some heartwarming self-paced classes you can do right now to create meaningful gifts straight from your heart.
Inspire yourself and your sweetheart with a book designed for them
Erin Trimble has created a quick, meaningful gift for Valentines Day - taking a book you love and personalizing it to make it more meaningful for your sweetie. Altering a book is the perfect solution when you don't have a ton of time but still want to give something personal. In Altered Inspiration you'll also learn some fun techniques that you can add to your scrapbooking repertoire.
Identify the feelings that matter most and focus on making them an ongoing part of your life together
Mark and Cami Young walk you through the process of combining your love of scrapbooking with the love in your marriage. The result - a mini "movie" album that lives inside a DVD case! Individual circular pages will celebrate your relationship and serve as a reminder of the emotionally packed moments that have mattered most in your marriage.
Tell your special someone the 10 reasons why you love them
Join Kolette Hall as she teaches you to embrace the beauty of handwritten notes and shows you how to create a personal and reflective two-page layout recording why you love someone in 10 Reasons Why.
This week’s challenge is to post a comment simply telling us about who you love and why by this Wednesday, February 10th @ 10 a.m. PST. We will pick one winner for each class and announce the winners Wednesday evening so you have a few days to get your project completed in time for the big day.
We look forward to hearing about your loved ones. Have a Happy Valentines Day!