Hello y'all. Thanks for stopping in tonight. I have a couple of post to make for tonight. I've been making some last minute Valentine's Day cards. I need to get a couple in the mail tomorrow.
We are in line for another snow storm on Wednesday. I sure hope they either change their minds about the totals or that it misses us all together....16-28 inches. Really?? I am not looking forward to that. I sure hope the good Lord spares us.
My first card uses an image from Ike's World. For those of you who have used Ike's images, y'all know that she can be a bit off kilter with her images. So, with that in mind, I decided to make an off kilter Valentine's Day card.
A bit different, right? My daughter's best friend loves horses. She has started taking riding lessons and is trying very hard talking her parents into buying her a horse. It's not working very well. I told my daughter that she could give this card to her BFF for Valentine's Day.
Thanks so much for stopping by today. I hope y'all enjoy the rest of your evening. God bless.
Image: Ike's World
Coloring Medium: Crayola Colored Pencils, Gamsol, White Gel Pen
Cardstock: Recollections, GP
Paper: Natural Expressions pad from Colorbok
Hearts: Studio G stamp set cut out with Cutterbee scissors
Ribbon: The Ribbon Boutique
Tools: Fiskar's Trimmer, ATG Gun, pop dots, Tea Dye Distress Ink, SU Chocolate Chip ink, Cutterbee Scissors, glue dot
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