Valentines card for my sweetie!

Finally, I am able to post. I have been trying all day and error, error, error. Ok, with that being said, Here is a card that I made for My awesome boyfriend Craig. I am so bad at giving him cards. I know, I make them for everyone else and he gets totally neglected. So, I have been keeping this one on the down low. You see, I share the craft room with him, He has half the room for his train layout and his antique cap gun collection and I have the other half for all of my goodies(and I get the closet too!) so it is really hard for me to make things for him since he is usually sitting right behind me so I was being sneaky and completed this for him. Whats really cool is he totally appreciates anything that I do make for him so that makes me feel good.
On this card I used a Penny Black image, I just love her girlie images. The heart that she is holding is from a package of bling that I bought at Michaels(Darcie). I colored her in with my watercolor pencils and used my blender pen. For her hair I use Prismacolor markers and she even has highlights, totally cute! I also added bling to the photo corners. The cardstock is Pretty in pink,close to cocoa, barely banana and whisper white from Stampin Up! The patterned paper is double sided and I dont remember who it is by(oopsies) sorry about that. And last butnot least I added the I love you ribbon by american crafts. I really like how this turned out and I think he is going to likeit as well!
More Valentines coming soon!

Comments

Kim said…
Hi Dannie! I absolutely LOVE this card...probably b/c you used lots of pink! What a fab card for your sweetie! I am sure he will just LOVE it!!!! You are so sneaky to make it without him seeing! :) Isn't it wonderful when they appreciate your work. My hubby is the same way. :)
Hugs~ Kim
Jennifer Love said…
What a wonderful card! I'm lucky...my husband would rather be boiled in oil than to step foot in my "crapbooking" room. hehe

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