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Sweet Lil Valentine Box

Valentine's Day is fast approaching. It seems like it was just Christmas! I think it's been nice to switch gears after a major holiday like Christmas though. So my first Valentine project for the year was this box. I wanted to make something quick and bright. Well, my idea of bright anyway.
 The box is the Small Box from the Love Me Do SVG Kit from SVG Cuts

And the Begonia is from the 3D Flowers SVG Kit from SVG Cuts.

This is the first time that I've made the box, but I've made the begonia before. It's probably my most favorite flower out of all of the kits on this website. 

I inked the edges of the top and the bottom box and the tip of the flower petals. I also used Martha Stewart Glitter Paint on the tips as well. Which I really dig, by the way! I usually won't buy Martha Stewart products of any kind. As a rule I won't buy anything, for any of my hobbies, unless it's on sale or I have a coupon for it. Most coupons exclude MS products, but any who I happen to come across a pretty decent sale on this line of paint at Michaels so I thought I'd give it a try. It's fabulous! I still won't pay full price (yeah I'm cheap like that), but I'll definitely keep an eye out for sales! Last, but not least, of course I had to add some bling to it. I LOVE bling! 

I also can't say enough how much I love working with these kits! 

At some point I will post all of the past projects I've done using SVG Cuts kits. 

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