He Vs. She Valentine Challenge

Cliff got a little squeamish when I mentioned that we should craft up boy and girl valentines to hand out to our friends at CHA (Craft and Hobby Trade show) this year. I’m sure he was hoping this whole idea would slip through the cracks but unfortunately for him it didn’t…. This crafty girl doesn’t give up easily! Instead of nagging him to create some man made valentines, I created a He Vs She Valentine Challenge–because nothing says love like a good ole fashioned creative duel, right?

he vs. she, Crafts, DIY, Andrea, Cliff, HandmakemydayFor those that are newer to our blog let me quickly explain our competitive antics; Yes, we are married, yes we are crazy creative and yes we compete against each other! You determine the winner by commenting on your favorite Valentine blog post and the winner gets household bragging rights and normally a nice dinner. Don’t worry about picking sides because in the end we both walk away truly inspired and happy with our creations.

The only parameter I’m giving this challenge is that we both have to make at least 12 valentines each. Ohh and they have to be ready for our CHA arrival (January 30th). If you are going to be at the Tradeshow and want to receive our Valentines please leave a comment! Just know that we’ll be both be pressuring you to pick which one you like most ;)

****** UPDATE*******

Check out our finished creations here and here.

Craft On.

Andrea Currie, Mrs. Craft-tastic, Anniversary Gifts, handmade, DIY, Arts and Crafts

3 Comments

  1. me me me!

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  2. oh, I could pick just one unless they taste like Lays potato chips.

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  3. Me, too!!!

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