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Let's Peek...Crochet Hearts!

As the CHA Winter show approaches, it's time to reveal
some of the brand new things to come in 2013.
For the next two weeks, BELLA BLVD will be sharing their newest
collections, as well as some of the coolest new embellishments!

Today though, we will have a peek at...
 That's right!  Crochet.Hearts.  If you loved Bella's Crochet Flowers,
then these are a must have for you! 
And with hearts you can do so much more than just, well, hearts.
Two hearts together= butterfly
One heart tucked behind a flower= leaves
Upside down heart= bunny face
They also make beautiful borders when they're linked together, side-by-side.
I created a sweet little card for the Bella Blvd booth at CHA and I'd love
to share a 'lil peek of it with you!

And don't you love that there's a plethora of yumm-o colors to choose from:
McIntosh, Punch, Cotton Candy, Orange, Bell Pepper, Pickle Juice, Gulf, 
Saltwater, Scallop and White
It may not sound yummy, but I'll bet McIntosh and Pickle Juice would look
beautiful together :)

So, don't forget...that's all of this week and next that we'll be sharing all of
the new Bella Blvd products...and check-out their blog for even more
photos and peeks!
I'll be back tomorrow to share a card created with one of the new collections.
Have a wonderful first-week-of-the-New-Year!


  1. what sweet hearts :)
    happy new year girl!!!

  2. The crochet hearts are so cute and your card looks amazing!!!


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