Hi, my name is Carmen. Welcome to Beyond The Fringe!

I love sewing, crocheting, paper crafts, painting, doodling and more. I also offer digital stamps and vintage graphics, many for free. I am a mom of 4 and a grandmother of 10 adorable grandkids, whom I love to make things for.

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Please see my Digital Stamps page for terms of use on freebies and some helpful information on digital stamps. My Freebies page has a list of the freebies on this blog.

Jan 31, 2012

Valentines Filmstrips Freebies

I know, I know...

I said I was done with Valentines images. The funny thing is, I'm really not hugely into Valentines. Many a Valentines Day have just about passed without my knowledge...until my hubby came home with a box of chocolate and candy hearts for the kids and I (head hanging in shame). 

Unfortunately, this is also true of anniversaries. I've had friends call to wish me a happy anniversary, only for me to tell them that it wasn't my anniversary - only to find out that I was wrong! Yes, a little embarrassing! 

How has my hubby put up with me all these years? I tell ya! Maybe I should make more of an effort this year!

Okay, enough of that. Here's the images: Some plain and simple, some with a bit of 'font flair.'




I thought they'd be cute with pictures or hearts inside of them. You'd just have to cut out the boxes. 

One more thing. I recently found a card with one of my sentiments on it. The fun thing about this for me, was that it was one of my first sentiments, if not THE first!!

At the time not too many people were following me, so many probably missed this one. The Digital sentiment freebie is posted HERE if you'd like it. In the meantime, here is her card.

Check out her blog: Sharon, from Card Creations by Sharon Joy 
Such an adorable card! Thanks Sharon!

Talk to you later!

Blessings,
Carmen

36 comments:

  1. Hi Carmen.. I am thrilled that you are pleased by my use of your fantastic sentiment, not only is it adorable, but I love the fonts you used.. Thank you again.

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    1. You're welcome Sharon, and thank you!

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  2. Love the film strips Carmen, thank you so much for sharing...going to print on accetate, should look very cool..

    Luv CHRISSYxx

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    1. That sounds really interesting! Would love to see it!

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  3. I love the film strips. Our anniversary is the 11th of Feb. & it would be nice to use them for pics of us throughout the years too.

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  4. Can you make these for family? Also Friens? Edwina Brown edwina.brown@live.com

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    1. Sure, as long as you don't sell them or claim them as your own...

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  5. I know this probably seems a little by-est seeings as I am your sister and all, but I just love stopping by your blog !!! Everything about it is so tastefully done and a pleasure to browse through. Thanks for all the time you take to make it so wonderful <3

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    1. Awww...thanks Sis! I love you too!!

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  6. Awesome idea for a Valentine card! Love these filmstrips! Thanks.

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  7. Thanks for the filmstrips - they're great!

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  8. Love the filmstrips, thanks a lot.

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  9. thank you for re-sharing the Twinkie sentiment. It made me laugh hard.

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  10. Thank you for these fun Valentine filmstrips!

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  11. Thank you for the film strips, they will look great in a new album I'm making for my sister.

    Charmane

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  12. Love these filmstrips! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!

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  13. What a great idea to do filmstrips. Thank you.

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  14. Love the filmstrips, thank you.

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  15. Your film strips are great! Thank you.

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  16. LOL I thought I was the only woman on the planet that would forget her anniversary EVERY year! It's on the 21st and I always think it's on the 24th (the day my best friend Mike joined the military) OOOPS! Thanks for sharing. Norma W

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    1. Hahaha! Oddly, that makes me feel so much better about it! Too many things to remember I guess...:)

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  17. This is beautiful. i can see so many uses for it. I like the suggestion above of other themes--family, friends, etc

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  18. Great filmstrips. Cute card.

    TYFS
    califncsun

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  19. I don't know how I missed these in January, don't know where my head is half the time. :) These are great, thanks so much for sharing. I was going to make a 60th birthday card for my brother later this year with a film strip, he has his own videotography company and has always been mad on films etc. These have definitely given me the inspiration to try something. Thank you. :)

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Thanks for the comments!