Thursday, February 10, 2011


Correction: It's been brought to my attention that I misspelled Ahava in Hebrew. The third letter from the right (the direction Hebrew is written and read) should be a Bet/Vet not a Vav. I actually KNEW this but for some reason (they sound the same) I made what I heard in my head and not what I copied on the paper!
I feel badly that I didn't do what I meant to do, but I mailed them this morning so too late to correct it. My apologies to any Hebrew readers peeking in.
These are the Hebrew letters that spell LOVE, pronounced Ah_Ha-Va! Valentine's Day is really sneaking up on me and since I have to mail these today to get them to my grand kids in time for the holiday on Monday I came home last night from work and started cutting and sewing by machine and hand like a mad fool! Because my 6 and half year old grands are learning to read and write and speak Hebrew I wanted to write LOVE in both England and Hebrew along with their names in Hebrew as well.
The Valentine above with the little pink mirrored heart in the center is for my grand daughter.
And the special lady bugs are for my grand son! The ribbon used to hang them is tiny red hearts on white ribbon. I used grommets, because I love punching the holes and attaching grommets to my art! ♥♥♥ ;-)))) ♥♥♥ Wishing you all an early Happy Valentine's Day!


  1. That is so cute! They will love and treasure these

  2. wonderful valentine cards filled with your love for them.

  3. Arent you the Quick & clever one. They will love these.

  4. LOVEly Valentine's gifts!
    You are a wizard with fabric!

  5. These are sweet. I sent something to my grands too.

  6. I love grommets too!!! I love the of my fav materials. These will be well loved, for sure, Lynn!!! Happy heart day in advance...taking the grands to Disney World tomorrow!!! Just for the day...but will be extremely tired on Sun!!!

  7. These are so lovely im sure they will love them......xm


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