Sunday, February 13, 2011

A Little Love, A Little Late

So...my Valentines this year will be mailed out *on* Valentine's Day. Sorry, recipients, I've had a dreadful cold for the last week that's rendered me behind on just about everything life can hand a person. So, do forgive me for my belated tokens of love.
Here's a cute scottie card I made using Club Scrap papers, inks, ribbon and stencils. I inked the heart through a harelquin patterned stencil to get that cool diamond look. The gem dogs were a lucky find at a clearance sale. I immediately thought of the Stampin' Up set with the Westie dogs (white version of a Scottie for all practical purposes), hence the little guy stamped on the heart. This card is one I'm entering in the Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge. Check them out! Their ribbon selection rules!

But that's not all...I have a lot of Valentines to send cards to this year, so here is another card I made several of to send on their merry (late) way.
I'm in love with this stamp set by There She Goes, so you may recognize it from a card I made a week or so ago. Don't you just adore the little motion lines by his waggy tail? Anyway, this one is for another of my addictions, the Do You Stack Up challenge.  
So, don't dispair if your Valentine doesn't show up with any goodies today...they may just be really late, like me. :)

8 comments:

Denise and Louise said...

Two really cute cards. Thanks for joining us at DYSU xx

WencheP said...

Very, very cool. Thanks for joining us at Do You Stack Up.

-Wenche

Bonnie - Really Reasonable Ribbon said...

Great cards! Thanks so much for joining our Really Reasonable Ribbon challenge.

Miranda said...

lovely cards clean, simple but very beuatiful
thanks for joining us at the DYSU challenge this week
hugs
Miranda

Janna said...

Hey there! Very sweet ribbon card! Thanks so much for sharing it with us at DYSU this week! Janna

princesskitten said...

very elegant

kitten DYSU team

Helen Dooley said...

this is too adorable!

Jo said...

Oh these are lovely! Thanks for sharing your creation with us at DYSU! Hope to see you again next time.