This box was made with a particular person in mind, the same person I made the Harry Potter wedding card for. She is one of the few people who would appreciate the time turner that has been lurking in my stash.
Valentine’s Day. We don’t make a big deal about it but, as a cardmaker, I could hardly miss the opportunity to make a card for my other half.
This is the last of the cards I made for the Sparkle & Shine class. There are still a few techniques that I will get round to trying at some point, but I was just about glittered out by the time I got to this one 🙂
A simple card, but effective. But then, anything shiny on a black background stands a good chance of looking nice 🙂
My other half came back from Brussels last weekend with a horrid cold and I thought I’d managed to avoid it, but no such luck. Add to that a weekend visit from my brother, which meant a lot more talking than usual, and now my voice has disappeared almost completely. Luckily I don’t need to be able to speak to create a Valentine’s card…
The first of my catch-up posts. This card was originally created on February 12th, which means this post is only three months late.
These mini bots are just so cute, they were perfect for a Valentine card for my other half. The third bot is supposed to be a Cupid with his hand-drawn arrow, but has ended up looking kinda like a lurking serial killer 🙂