Blue Valentine!

Jan 25, 2013 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

It’s been really really cold here in Ohio – I wanted to share this funny picture of Charlie with you – he crawled under a blanket and didn’t seem to want to get out – he wants to stay warm I guess!!

Those of you who know me, know that I am a cold weather girl – I love the cold and the snow! So for me, this is my kind of weather – Charlie, maybe not so much!! 

Anyway, I know you stopped by to see a card, not a picture of Charlie! 

A Valentine again, but actually, this could be used for so many different cards –  how about a birthday card for a friend, a thinking of you card, or a get well card or an anniversary card?  Hearts are sooooo versatile – they really aren’t just for Valentines!
The heart in this image is from the More Amore Specialty paper – but it is just flipped over – these hearts are laser cut – and real red and primrose pink on the front, but are white on the back which makes them even more versatile!! 
 Here’s a primrose petals heart in this post from yesterday,  and another  in this post
Products Used in this project:
Stamp Set:  You are Loved (#123779 clear)
I used an Island Indigo Marker to color the letters “ove” from one of the stamps in this set
Island Indigo Marker -#123002 set of 2011-2013 in color markers
Island Indigo Card Stock – #122923
More Amore Specialty Designer Paper #129309
Sycamore Street Designer Series Paper – #127540
Free with a $50 Purchase during Saleabration!
Designer Builder Brads #129329
Sycamore Street Ribbon & Button Pack #130812 –
Free with a $50 Purchase During Saleabration!
Typeset Alphabet Bigz Dies – #127553
Rhinestone Basic Jewels #119246
To Order these products, please visit my online store
HERE   And I thank you!
Thanks for stopping by – have a great Friday and stay warm!


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