Monday, January 18, 2016

A Scrappy Little Valentine

 
     Here is a little Valentine I made using up some paper scraps that I thought worked together.  The dotty border stamp and my focal sentiment are Unity stamps from the January 2015 KOM called Magic of Beginnings.  The images were stamped with SU! Strawberry Slush.  The foiled hearts are from K&Co.   Don't you find that if you purchase one of the die cut packs, that they hang around forever! 

     I would like to take this card over to Pixie's Snippets Playground #212, where it is always good to use up your bits and scraps.

     We had a light dusting of snow yesterday, and from what I hear, my GS made the most of it!

    
     Okay, that is it for today.  Thanks for cruising by and keep warm!


8 comments:

Vicki Dutcher said...

Happy New Year -- Hope you are feeling better. Fun card - I like the focal sentiment

Olga Jewell said...

CHe is growing so fast, loved the little snowman they built....your card is gorgeous, I'm glad we chatted and I got my blog to working again!!!!!

Donna Hanley said...

All of your scrap papers did come together in a great way to make a fantastic card. Yes your grandson looks to really be enjoying himself in the snow. He is so very handsome, is he still young enough for me to call him gorgeous? I think so. Just don't tell him it was me. LOL

Di said...

I love this Mary Anne. It's wonderful how well those various papers came together (ha, I see Donna above said the same thing!)!

I think someone is trying to eat snowfalkes from the sky in this darling photo :)

Hugs

Di xx

SARN said...

Super use of snippets to make this cute card xxx

Barb said...

Hi Mary Anne, Your card is very pretty. I like the luscious lips paper. I agree with you about the die cut pack. I think we just put them away and they get forgotten. A great use of your snippets. Barbxx

Barb said...

I meant to say your grand son looks a dear little boy. Barbxx

Carol L said...

What a fun card with a wonderful sentiment! And just look at your DGS growing up so quickly! What a cutie!