Sunday, February 3, 2019

Creation Station Blog Hop - Share What You Love

February came in with a bang, that's for sure! A frigid cold week with snow, followed with my little one coming home from school sick. As I am typing this, he is laying in the chair snuggled under a blanket resting his tired eyes. *sighs* Poor guy....

Last week, we had talked about Valentine's Day and his upcoming class party. I thought I would use the new So Hoppy Together stamp set and whip up some cute little valentine's to exchange. This cute little froggy was begging to be inked up.

These valentines are small like the usual ones kids exchange. The three colors of card stock I used were Real Red, Whisper White and Granny Apple Green. The left card shows the front with the fun, little froggy talking. The word bubble is from the Foxy Friends set. The right shows the back of the card with the message, "Hoppy {heart} Day!" and where Jack will sign his name. I used the Labeler Alphabet set for the letters and the Tabs For Everything set for the heart. He has a small class this year, only 17 so these really didn't take long to whip up!

This little froggy was too cute not to use again, so I thought it would be fun to whip up some simple little thank you's to put in customer's orders. These are kind of like the same concept, but with a twist. I used Lovely Lipstick and Flirty Flamingo card stock instead of the red. The words are from the Best Bunny set where I omitted the "HI" and added the "THANKS!" from the This Little Piggy set. Of course a little treat is needed so this little guy is holding a chocolate heart. Too fun, right?! 

Love is definitely in the air! And frogs! LOL Thanks for stopping by, make sure you check out the wonderfulness that Jeanna has created! Stay warm my friends.


  1. Such cute, hoppy cards! That speech bubble will make me look for my Foxy Friends set.

  2. I love the So Hoppy stamp set, these are really cute!!

  3. I LOVE what you did with this set!!! There are AWESOME!!! SO freaking cute!

  4. These are so cute! I love your use of the other stamped images with this set--they work so well together.