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~George Washington Carver

Monday, February 14, 2011

Love Blooms

Good evening and Happy Valentine's Day!  It's almost over.  I spent the weekend creating cards so I am just now getting them posted.  Hope everyone had a wonderful {Heart}day.  We got a surprise spring day here in central North Carolina with temps in the low 70s and VERY breezy! It felt more like a March day than a February one.  It was just warm enough to enjoy a nice meal on the patio before the hubby had to go off to work.

My first card is not a typical Valentine card.  Last week's Wee Memories challenge was to use paper from your scrap pile and as my scrap pile is beginning to grow, I decided to thin it down. 




SPIES:
Stamps:  Flower with Sentiment stamp from My Favorite Things.
Ink:  Staz On Jet black; Craft pens.
Paper:  White, purple and olive green cardstock, DP from scrap pile.
Extras:  Lace border punch; fench border punch; sage ribbon; purple felt flower; polka dot brad.

CHALLENGES:

Raise The Bar - Challenge #53 -Valentine with No Pink or Red
Sisterhood of Crafters -  In Love With Valentines
Stampin for the Weekend - Challenge #3, St. Valentines Day

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3 comments:

Darlene (SCS:akronstamperdpk)

What a SWEET creation! LOVE the purple & green! Thanks so much for joining our "In Love with Valentine's" Challenge at The Sisterhood! We sure hope you'll come back for more fun next time too!

Micki

what a great card, wonderful color combo and the edge punched borders add such a wonderful touch. this card is so elegant and timeless. love it. Thanks for playing along with us at The Sisterhood of Crafters!

Thanh Vo

Thanks for playing along with us at Raise the Bar during non-traditional Valentine's week; I'm late in responding to participants! I love the purples, Nance!

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