Winners of the Valentine’s Day Ideas Challenge

There is so much talent out there and  I   am  so honored you came here to show off!!!

 Be sure to go through the links and  find  some  inspiration for yourself.

 Our guest judge, Patty from How Sweet it is, had  the  most  difficult job  picking the winners. I think she did a  great  job!


This is what Patty had to say about  her  CSI judging experience:


It was so fun to visit each linked project. So many talented readers you have here; it was hard to pick. I certainly gathered some inspiration from each project linked up.

I am so happy to have been able to be with you this week and judge the Valentine’s Day ideas. February 14th is one of my favorite holidays. Call me a hopeless romantic!

Thanks again Ladies for participating. I hope to see each of you on my blog soon. I love making new friends.


Let’s see how she did.

 And the winners  are…….Drum   roll  Please!

 Judge’s comments in BOLD!

#11  Heart Art from The Ever Budding Bear

How sweet is this? She used old clothes to make this cute framed hearts art piece. If you’ve ever visited my blog, you know I love to use old clothing to make my crafts. A girl after my own heart (no pun intended). Love the use of fabric paint to make it look like it’s stitched. Good job


#3 Hoopla Palooza Mason Jar Treat bags from Hoopla Palooza

  These treat bags are super cute and I like the way you can see the treat thru the cut out jar. I will definitely be making these!

#13 Arrow Napkins  from House on the Way

Valentine's Day Arrow Napkins

I love the simplicity of it and how easy it was to turn simple white napkins into something so special. I want to make some for every holiday.

 # 16 Heart Banner  from Diary of  A Crafty Lady

  I love burlap and banners! This little heart banner combines such a simple and cute way to dress up that door, mantle or over a picture. I like the stitching around the heart and the fact that it wasn’t ‘perfectly’ done.

#17 Love Sign  from  Crafting in the Rain 

Love Marquee | Crafting in the Rain

What a way to turn one holiday into another. Taking those Christmas ornaments and making them part of the love sign was fantastic and so creative. I would have never thought of that. It looks chic and modern but at the same time timeless.

#20 Valentine Stitching from Priscillas

Priscilla’s Valentines Stitching is pretty and crafty. What else can I say? I love the way it’s displayed on that tray. So shabby chic. 

#2 Crochet Valentine Pillows from Priscillas
I admire anyone who can crochet! These pillows are beautiful!
Great job and thanks for linking up!
Congratulations to all of the CSI winners.   Be  sure to go  grab your button here and proudly display on your blog.

 You have earned it!

 Thank you to, Patty from How Sweet it is, for  being  this week’s guest  judge and making those incredibly difficult  picks.  Being  a judge is not an  easy gig. Be sure to go by and  visit her  blog!

Come on back next week for the Hearts Only Challenge!



I am a craft lovin', Diet coke drinkin' kind of girl! I love glitter and anything leopard print. My passions are crafting, fitness and living a healthy lifestyle and of course my family. The CSI Project believes in the mission to Create, Share and Inspire. When you create and share, you are sure to inspire! Hope you come away from The CSI Project inspired and come back anytime!!!

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