Love Letters Giveaway!

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As we welcome a new year, we are also celebrating National Papercrafting Month! And, to help you celebrate with us, we created a beautiful letter kit for you to assemble, customize, and display using your own personal flair. What’s more, WE ARE GIVING AWAY THREE OF THESE LOVE LETTERS KITS in the next 72 hours!

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All you have to do to enter into the drawing is subscribe to our blog, if you aren’t already, and leave a comment below letting us know how you would display your Love Letter(s). It’s that easy! Three lucky winners will be chosen by 11:00 a.m. (MST) Friday, January 5th, and will be notified by email to choose their letter.

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Each kit comes with one sturdy chipboard letter base, one paper and rose gold overlay piece, die-cut banners and floral embellishments, and rose gold foil alphabet stickers to create the word or name of your choice.

As you assemble these letters, here are a few tips to keep in mind.

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1. The first thing is that you don’t have to use all of the pieces included in the letter kit. Depending on how you plan to use the letter, you might opt out of the banner or some of the flowers and succulents. The number of die-cuts you want to use will depend on the shape of your letter and the length of the word you’ve chosen. Remember, sometimes less is more.

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2. If you are using the banner for a word or a name, add the alphabet stickers to the banner before attaching it to the letter. It’s also easier if you begin your word in the middle and work your way out. This way, you can make sure your word is centered and you have enough room for all of your letters prior to attaching any additional embellishments.

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3. As you assemble the flowers, consider using your finger, a pencil, or any soft round edge to help shape some of the petals. (Not all of your flowers have to have curved petals). Also, when arranging them on your letter, do so before attaching them. Try arranging your flowers in triangles of color. If you’re not quite sure how to do that, look at the instructions insert including in your kit. There, you will find a completed example for each letter and the ampersand. (It’s okay to copy. We won’t tell!)

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4. For those of you who want to take this project up a notch, there’s always some wiggle room. Look how we used a handful of additional products (not included in the kit) to quickly and easily embellish the flowers. The petals edges were given a pop of color with a sponge and some ink. We added sparkles and pearls to the flowers’ centers, and used the brand-new Bashful shimmer brush for a touch of extra shine on the green succulent petals.

These Love Letters are so versatile. Put them in frame, a wreath, or hang them on their own. Create words, names, or initials. They work in your living room, a bedroom, a nursery—really anywhere!

We hope you are as excited about National Papercrafting Month as we are. Don’t forget to subscribe and leave us a comment below telling us how you would use your Love Letter for a chance to win one letter of your choice FREE!!

For even MORE CHANCES TO WIN, visit us on Instagram and Facebook where we are giving even more of these away! (What?!) Make sure to follow us for details on how to enter these separate drawings!!

Can’t wait to hear from you!

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275 thoughts on “Love Letters Giveaway!

  1. I would hang my big “M’ for my family on the entrance-way into our apartment. perhaps on a wreath.

  2. These are so pretty! I could use a love letter in my craft space to compliment the photos on the wall or my kitchen where I have words and signs on the wall.

  3. Love this new item! The possibilities are endless. Wedding decor, showers, baby rooms, shadow boxes, etc.

  4. I love the “grateful” example, it would look beautiful on my wall 😊. I can think of a couple of others as well. Thank you CTMH/Jeanette for all the great ideas and products.

  5. I am absolutely in love with these gorgeous letters. Well done #CTMH and thankyou for this opportunity. I have created one for my step daughter and framed it now i am making a sign for my room to go below my welcoming wreath. Jeanette you and your team are amazing. xxx

  6. I would display my daughters name and give it to her in a frame for her Birthday, which is in March. I would look so sweet in her 12 year old little girl room!

  7. I have letters for the initials of my 2 granddaughters …we are going to visit in Feb and I will be taking them to give and hang on their bedroom walls…..such beautiful possibilities decorating these large letters!

  8. We will be using them as bridal shower decorations for my future daughter-in-laws bridal shower!

  9. Love them! (pun intended!) I would use my hubby’s and my initials and hang them over the fireplace mantle in our bedroom.

  10. I would like to create or family name for our entryway and I’ve thought of one for each of the kids doors. There are so many things one can create.

  11. These Love Letters are beautiful and so romantic. I would love to spell out the word “blesssings ” as a focal point on my dining room wall.

  12. I would love to display the letter of our last name in the dining room or create a special letter for my new grandbaby coming in approximately 3 weeks.

  13. If I won one of these kits, I would probably make it up to give to be, or both f my granddaughters for their bedroom wall.

  14. Recently our nieces were placed into our kinship foster care. I would love to decorate an F for faith, L for love and H for hope and put them on the wall above the crib of the oldest one 💕

  15. I will display mine in a shadow box on my living room wall so everyone can see it as they walk in my house!

  16. I would hang it as centerpiece on the empty wall in our family room. All other walls are finished except for just the one.

  17. One in my craft room in shadow box and a K and an A will each go on my daughters’ bedrooms doors. They love them!

  18. Should I win one of the beautiful Love Letters, I would display it in the charming nook in my craft room. What an inspiration it would be for my crafting. Love them!

  19. I have a perfect shadow box to display one of these in. I am not sure if I would do one for my daughter of her name or do the word love or family maybe and add some family pictures to it and display in my living room. So many possibilities.

  20. I will put it in my scrapbooking room because you have to go through it to get into the main part of the house and this way everyone can see it.

  21. This would be perfect for a Mother’s Day gift- i can see this beautifully framed for my mum Janet- ‘J’- and have a photo of her in the frame also. Love the kits, thanks CTMH!

  22. I would create it to give my son at graduation in May so as he moves away to college he knows we will always love him!

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