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Vintage Love is Here

I love making greeting cards for Valentine's Day. When my husband and I were dating, he started a tradition of giving each other cards for special occasions. I hadn't been a big card person then but after he started giving me so many great cards, I loved it. I loved giving as much as receiving them. Valentine's Day was one of the best times to get a wonderful card from him. So you can say, he is one of the reasons I got into card making. I loved that feeling of receiving a card from someone I loved and loved me.

So with that in mind, we are happy to introduce our "Vintage Love" Collection. I enjoyed creating a daytime and night time versions of these cards. I love the variety that came from my limited supplies.

If you need a special card for your loved ones, they will be available in our Etsy store (  ) for $5.00 each plus shipping and handling. Also, if you would like us to type your expressions on the inside of the card or a organza bag, let us know. What a great way to show someone how much you love them.


Vintage Love Collection 2012

Don't you feel the love????

Pick up a card or two from our Etsy shop this week. We will be posting these cards there over the next few days. Thanks for looking and have a fantastic day!

K. Simone Designs... where our cards are the gift!


  1. oh my goodness! You've been busy!! :) They are all beautiful!!

  2. Oh Kelly..I sure do feel the love!! Absolutely gorgeous is what these cards are! I love the sultry black and red with the vintage lace looks and the daytime cards are very lovely too!!

  3. Kelly these are so beautiful I would hardly begin to pick a favorite! I love them all-those red and black are gorgeous. You do such a professional job!

  4. Super beautiful. Love the flowers. :)

  5. Great cards, you have been busy! I love the black and red, and the frilly ones! Great job! Love Penny

  6. All are lovely, Kelly. I esp like those last two!

  7. so pretty and the last two are my favorite!

  8. hi!!!! really cute card!!!!
    i'm coming here from two peas forum!!!!

  9. Love love love your inspirational love cards!!!! Have a Happy Valentines Day!!


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