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Blonde Designs is an inspirational blog focused on invitations, parties, and good design. We are Angie Gubler and Kristin Rees, best friends, graphic designers and moms.
We are both former art directors at Martha Stewart Living and Martha Stewart Weddings, respectively. 
We own Blonde Designs, an invitation and stationery company.

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Wednesday
Feb092011

simple valentine labels

Last week we were snowed in for 4 days so I tried to come up with a valentine idea for my kids with things I had around the house. There wasn't much! My daughter wanted her picture on her valentines so I did a quick silhouette in Illustrator. My son wanted robots (he'd seen this announcement). I had a box of conversation hearts (my favorite), so I sized the labels to cover the side of the box. After the snow melted, I was able to buy more boxes of candy and we affixed the labels. Today we are snowed in again! I hope it's gone before their valentine parties later this week!

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So adorable! I love the little silhouette faces.

02.11 | Unregistered CommenterJaclyn

I love these designs.

02.12 | Unregistered CommenterSharnel

This is good if you want to give gifts for your children, nieces and nephews with the labels covering the box.

Great idea.

What a great idea. So personalized, yet without the headache! Beats the days when the valentines came with the perforated edges :)

02.15 | Unregistered CommenterCharlotte

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