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Valentine's Day Cards 2011

Hi all! I hope you had a wonderful Valentine's Day with the love of your life. Ron and had a very nice evening eating a delicious dinner from a local restaurant. While we ate, we watched the classic, Casablanca. We love those old movies and it helped make a fun evening. Plus, earlier in the afternoon, I was working on a special booklet for him. It turned out so nice.  He was happily surprised and loved all the affirmations that filled the pages.

Also, I was able to finish my Valentine cards. This is my favorite holiday to create cards for. Even more exciting than Christmas. So I was trilled to see how they turned out. Plus the inside of the cards will have one of Ron's love poems and our wish.  Still finishing that part but hope to got them done tonight and mail tomorrow. Better late than never, right????

Also, I am sorry I can't remember many of the brands I used on these cards. Of course, I trashed most of the packaging. Darn it! Oh, well.

Here they are...


Red cs, Martha Stewart punch, black striped pp, red dollies, K & Co. red glitter letters, Recollections red bling, black lace

Red cs, Martha Stewart punch, black striped pp, red dollies, K & Co. red glitter letters, Recollections red bling, black lace

Black cs,  black striped pp, red dollies, K & Co. red glitter letters, Recollections red bling, black ribbon from Joann's

Black cs, Colorbok black glitter pp, red dollies, K & Co. red glitter letters, Recollections red bling, black and red ribbon

Black cs, Creative Imaginations pp, My Mind's Eye black flower pp, pearl swirls and pearls, black lace

Hot pink ribbon, black glossy pp, K& Co. glitter stickers, Spellbinder die cuts with pop dots

Red cs, Best Creations pp, K & Co. glitter letters, pop dots on heart, pink on edges of heart, red ruffles

Best Creations pp, red heart with red ruffle, K&Co. glitter letters

Cream cs, black striped pp, My Mind's Eye flocked black and white pp, black tulle with rhinstone slider, pink glitter letters

Comments

  1. All of your cards are beautiful. The ones with the red doily hearts just caught my eye love them.

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  2. Wow Kelly! It appears as though someone was very busy over the weekend. Great Cards! TFS.

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  3. Wowza....ADORABLE cards. Love the pretty colors and the doilies. :)

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  4. Beautiful cards Kelly, I love the colors you used for them and the ribbons, laces, pearls-very pretty!

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  5. Amazing! such a great designing i like it so much...
    Custom gift cards
    clear cards

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