Sunday, February 1, 2015

February Color Spot

Good morning!

We have been hit with yet another snowstorm here in the Maritimes and would you believe that more is in the forecast?!!   It's going to be great for fort making and snowball fights!!  Yahoo!!

My husband is heading out to watch the Super Bowl.  So what better time to cozy up with my paper and glue stick and be crafty!  This month's Color Spot is just what I need!!  Let's get to it!

February is the month love is celebrated.  And I love this month's Color Spot.  It's another great Design Seed color palette.   If you don't already know, they're my favorite!

How wonderful are those chickadees?!  Did you know that if your patient enough, they will come eat out of your hand?!  They're the cutest little creatures.

Our guest designer this month is Sabina Galfre.  You are going to LOVE what she created with this Color Spot!  She has created not one, but two projects to share with you this month!   Let's get to them!

First up is this lovely card gift set.  Perfect for Valentine!  I love the heart dies she used and how she lined them up.  The colors make this project shine!  LOVE!!!

And the matching box...  Delightful!

But Sabina didn't stop there! She created this fabulous home decor piece as well!  

I'm in love with the paper flower cluster!  And check out that sweet picture!  This is just beautiful!

Thank you so much Sabina for sharing your projects with us this month.  

We hope you were inspired by this month's Color Spot and that you'll create something fabulous.  Don't forget to share it with us by linking it at the bottom of this post using our linky button!   We LOVE seeing what you create!

Happy February!


Aurelie said...

AMAZING designs!! So inspiring!

Jean said...

Beautiful projects! Love that frame!

Sabina said...

Thank you for your wonderful words Isabelle!! I'm very happy and proud to be your GD!!

Gisèle said...

Totally beautiful projects!!

Beatrice Lawson said...

Gorgeous work Sabina, loving it!! Will have to check your blog to find out what dies or shapes you used, those hearts were great!