Monday, February 20, 2012

Valentine's Day 2012

Hello everyone,

I am glad to be back. This is the card I made for my husband for Valentine's day.  As soon as I saw this image from Meljen's, I couldn't wait to use it.  I colored it with copics, and the paper is a freebie from Cardmaking and  I am really hoping to find more time to craft soon, but I seem to be fighting with the cardmaking mojo lately.  I am submitting this into a few challenges this week:

Meljens designs - anything goes
The pretty little ribbon - anything goes
Alphabet Challenge - A for animal antics
Totally Papercrafts - ribbons &/or bows
Fairy Fun Fridays - Let me call you sweetheart
Bling it on - Love
By the cute & girly challenges - Love is in the air
I brake for challenges - Love
Inky impressions - Punches/Dies

That's it for me tonight.  Thanks for stopping by.


  1. Gorgeous card!

    Thanks for joining us at the Pretty Little Ribbon Shop challenge.

    Sarah x

  2. Fabulous card and sweet image, thanks for joining us at Inky Impressions. Joey x

  3. So gorgeous sweetie :o)

    thanks for joining us at tpc...and good luck..!

    biggest of hugs Vicky xx

  4. Your sentiment is perfect for the cute little mouse. Thanks for sharing on the Meljen's Design Challenge for Anything Goes.

  5. What an adorable card! I just love this image too. I'm sure your husband love it as well. Thanks for sharing this with us at Inky Impressions.
    Sharon, SSW-DT

  6. Such a cute card! Thank you for taking part in the Alphabet's Animal Antics challenge xx

  7. What a sweet little guy. Wonderful card.

    Thanks for joining us at Alphabet Challenge Blog.


  8. This is a beautiful card excellent use of the ribbons/bows theme this week on totally papercrafts. Thank you for joining us
    Victoria DT Member TP

  9. Those papers are awesome! Love your card! Thanks for joining Inky Impressions!

  10. Hi tanya

    What a wonderful card - I just love it - the colours and the image are just great - fantastic.

    Take care

    Hazel x


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