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Happy Valentine’s Day Blog Candy

Announcing my grand Valentine’s Day blog candy give-away!

10 winners

free card collections Enter by leaving a comment and telling us about your Valentine’s Day plans.

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 And 5 people will receive an online Stamping Julie craft class of their choice.

hearts a flutter heart box

Drawing is this Wednesday, February 13th, at midnight.

Good luck and

Happy Valentine’s Day!!



  1. Audrey

    For Valentine’s Day, we are having a nice meal at home and then watching a movie (yet to be determined). We had a big family dinner on the week-end to celebrate together.

  2. Gracemarie

    Watching our sweet little 3 year old grandaughter. Then dinner with hubby of 47 years. He still lights up my life.
    P.S. New to your website, just love it and all your samples.

  3. Sheila

    I will be home packing to leave on a 5am flight to Dallas TX for work! Fun huh? On a lighter note I just found your site through Splitcoaststampers and I am really enjoying it!

  4. Alicia Graham

    We usually have a quiet at-home celebration to avoid the crowds. We always write each other letters and then read them together on Valentine’s Day. It’s been a sweet tradition!

  5. Marcie King

    For the first time since 1996, I will NOT be delivering flowers to others on Valentine’s Day! Therefore, I will be able to actually enjoy the day. Already received a beautiful heart necklace from my hubby of 31 years so I can wear it this week and have tickets to a nice dinner with entertainment of an illusionist after. Really looking forward to the
    romantic holiday that I used to dread!

  6. julie cluff

    From Barb B. –
    Since my husband took the day off, we are going for a nice lunch together, just the two of us, and avoid the crowds at restaurants in the evening. For dinner, I plan to make steaks on the grill with caramelized onions, asparagus in hollandaise sauce, roasted herbed potatoes, and a salad. I have the house decorated with all kinds of fluttering hearts hung from upstairs. Looking forward to the day. Barb

  7. Dawn Merkel

    Will be waiting up for my husband to get home at 11pm that night to give him my handmade valentine and have a glass of wine.

  8. julie cluff

    From Cindy D. –
    Hi Julie,
    I’m new to your blog and really enjoy your beautiful card inspiration!!
    For valentines day I will be passing out all my handmade cards to my co-workers, friends and family! As well as making a special dinner for my husband.
    Thanks so much for your inspiration!

  9. Maria A. Rodriguez

    Hello Julie: I feel so fortunate to have found your blog. Every day I find new inspiration and fabulous ideas and tutorials. Thank you for sharing your talent with us.
    For Valentine’s Day, my hubby and I will have a quiet dinner at home, restaurants are often so packed on this days. Our daughters are both married and they will be doing their own thing but, they will bring a mistery dessert, YUM!! I’ve been trying to trick them into telling me but neither are giving in any information.
    Anyway, Happy Valentine’s Day to you and your family.

  10. Karen

    Teach seminary, walk the dogs, smother my honey with kisses and give him a box of valentine goodies, which, BTW, I made from watching your amazing tutorial video! It turned out great. I’m going to put chocolate kisses, peanut butter hearts and m&m’s inside. He likes all of those.
    Then – I’m going to make him a delicious dinner and set a nice table with candles and the whole nine yards! Hope you have a fun day too!

    • julie cluff

      Karen, it sounds like you have a wonderful day planned! And I’m so happy that you found the heart box class helpful. I’d love to see a picture of the box you made. You always do such fabulous work!

  11. Babe O'Mara

    I’ll be working that day, I volunteer at our local hospital. Just having dinner by myself. Since my husband passed away, Valentines is just another day for me. Thanks for a chance to win some goodies, That would be great.


  12. Nancy Wells

    My Valentine’s Day will be celebrated by having my refrigerator icemaker fixed. I know it doesn’t sound glamorous but for me, heaven to have ice and water flowing through my fridge again! Have a Happy Valentine’s Day, Julie! Sending love your way!

  13. Lynnette Gales

    I hope to spend a little quality time with my Honey before leaving to go babysit my new grandbaby for a week! Love your card ideas Julie!

  14. Karen Lipinski

    Well, I will be attending a stamping sleepover at a friends house and we will be stamping 8 a.m. to midnight. We do this every Valentine’s weekend. Can’t wait…..

  15. Suzie Paul

    Well, after 32 years of marriage, two years ago I was dealt a divorce that I never wanted. So this Valentine’s Day I’ll be babysitting two sweet grandchildren who will be waiting for their mommy to return after a 4-day business trip. She was widowed when she was 28 yrs old, and 6 weeks pregnant. None of us would choose to be in these situations, but we each know that God is in control and promises to provide for our every need! Maybe we’ll make Valentines for Mommy while we wait for her arrival!

    • julie cluff

      Suzie, so sorry to hear about your losses! It is so sad and hard, but you are absolutely right – God is in control and will multiply our blessings upon our heads. Enjoy those wonderful grandchildren!

  16. Vicki

    My husband is taking our daughter to her girl scout meeting. She cant wait because it will be daddy and daughter time. I will be making cupcakes for my daughters valentine day party on Friday with my sons help. We will celebrate this weekend. We will be together 11 years on Saturday.

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  18. Christi

    My sis-in-law gave me some instructions for making some valentines so I made several and am having fun filling them with sweet chocolate goodies and giving them away, tomorrow I plan to give to someone I don’t yet know. Not sure yet details for our Valentines of our wonderful 29 years marriage! Still an amazing love!

  19. Cathy Jones

    Just love your stuff 🙂 We will take in an afternoon movie, grab a bite to eat and go to a comedy show at our church!

  20. Margaret

    Been married for 41 years and still do the same thing for Valentines day. I cook my DH a lovely dinner. Set up the card table by a roaring fire in the fireplace. Tablecloth, candles, and soft music. Then clean up and watch tv together. It’s my way of telling him how much I appreciate what he does for me through the year.

  21. Connie Troyer

    My husband and I already celebrated Valentine’s Day yesterday – we couldn’t wait any longer to give our gifts. (Well, really, he started it, because his were much better than mine!) I’ve been pestering him for weeks to sit down and talk about what we were doing for V-Day, if anything, because I wasn’t sure if he was going to book a room at our favorite B&B or just do dinner or what – so because I was being wallet-conscious until I got an answer, I only picked up some of his favorite candies and pop along with a card. He, in return, had overdone it. Not only did he give me $75 to spend on a deep tissue massage (I have fibromyalgia and it might help!), but he also asked a coworker in Florida to get some sand from a local beach for me. When we traveled there last month for his work, TSA took out the cork-top vial of sand I had in my checked baggage – no explanation, no sand, no vial. I was pretty upset, actually. So somehow Ruby from Florida is sending a jar of sand through her cousin up to where we live in Ohio, just for me. 🙂 Unbelievable. And I only got him candy. Sheesh.

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  23. Lynn Lipchak

    We have already had dinner and will probably take in a movie.
    Hubby has an eye doctor’s appointment so all will be determined
    after the visit. Whatever it turns out to be it will be great. We have been having fun for 44 years so I assume it will continue!

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