This first one was so much fun to make! The patterned paper is old - from My Mind's Eye. The February tag is from Jenni Bowlin and I've had it forever. All I did to finish the card was run a bead of Helmar's Fabric glue (my new favorite adhesive) ~ attach some black ribbon and a bow.
Most of these next cards are a mix of Crate Paper, Echo Park and Pink Paislee.
For a little different twist, I added a green bottle cap with a little Valentine-themed circle in it to this card.
I cut up some patterned paper to make the big "February" and "14".
This card is for my sister. I don't know if you can see it or not, but the big heart and some of the hearts in the banner have Africa on them. Perfect for her.
Here's the patterned paper that I cut up for one of the previous cards. I added the round journaling spot from my stash and some lace.
Here's a CAS card. I just love the tiny pink accent down the left side of the patterned paper. The pink outline around the greeting is a perfect match. The doily actually matches better than it looks in the photograph.
I cut a piece of My Mind's Eye patterned paper so that the word "love" was at the bottom. I added the little polka dotted heart. I think the "kissing booth" tag is just adorable.
Last one ~ I cut the "14" out of the same patterned paper and put it inside this frame. I finished my card off with the gingham bow and the heart at the bottom.
I hope you've enjoyed seeing my Valentine's Day cards this year. Be sure to come back on Monday to see my Eureka Stamps and Kaboodle Doodles reveals.
~ Cheryl ~