It has been so fun for us to meet families that are made up of all girls, just like us.
It's even more fun when they are all sisters AND they blog!
We are so happy to introduce you to our friends and blogging sisters: The Letter 4!Hey there Six Sisters Stuff readers! We're excited as ants on a cracker to introduce ourselves here today!
We are The Letter 4. A blog of 4 sisters with all different talents and tastes. We grew up so close to one another and our blog has been a way for us to feel close to each other again despite living far apart. The oldest is Julianna, who likes to craft and cook. Next is Jade who is our expert chef. Then there is Jamie who is the designer/printable maker of the blog. And last there is the baby of the family, Janae. She is our style guru and is always sharing hair tutorials. We host a Link party you can link up your style related posts to every Wednesday for WIW Wednesday
Today we're sharing an easy valentine project....
Who doesn't love a holiday that's all about being lovey dovey, chocolate, and sticking hearts on everything? Even if your single this holiday involves all of those things. Only the lovey dovey usually comes from watching a chick flick, the chocolate usually comes in larger quantities, and the hearts are ripped in half but really it still sounds like a fun holiday for everyone.
We needed some more valentines day feeling around, so we whipped up this super cute wall art.
And you know me, my projects are always cheap, so all you need is some paper, mod podge, and a board or canvas.
So you take some strips of paper, (mine were about an inch thick) fold them in half....
Curl up the ends and you get a super cute, super quick 3D heart! No 3D glasses required!
Now putting on your 3D hearts to the canvas you can swipe on some mod podge and press the hearts down. It's going to need to dry for a while.
Let the lovey doveyness begin! Trust me it is not to early to start celebrating this holiday, I for one have started early. I've been eating chocolate all day