I've never been drawn to the heart motif necessarily, and yet right now I just can't seem to get enough of it. When I sat down to create Valentine's Day cards, four different series developed.
|These labels appear on the back of the cellophane bags that hold each greeting card.|
|If I had to choose, this card is my very favorite.|
|I love the look of brown kraft paper for these cards!|
|How neat that the purple color on the Victorian-style scrap matched the original "Philadelphia, PA" stamp perfectly!|
|I owe Karenann many thanks for coming through for me when I couldn't find my mailing labels |
in time to make these cards when I needed to!
|I added foam dots on the back of the couple at the forefront of this card to add some fun dimension to it.|
|There are a total of six of these cards.|
|It's hard for me to resist adding some stitching to my projects!|
|Some of the cards do not acutally SAY "Birds of a Feather" on them, but the sentiment is still there!|
|I used the foam dots on the back of the hearts to add some dimension to the card.|
The fourth and final Valentine's series that I created is called the "Love is in the Air" series. These cards are also all quite different from one another.
|I used a postcard of Raphael's famous angel duo that I purchased in Italy for this card.|
|This is a vintage postcard from the auction I frequent, with reproduction Victorian scrap added.|
|Still putting a bird on it!|