Thursday, February 11, 2010


Hello all!
Wasn't it beautiful out today?  Two days of sunshine, the driveway is melted, and white snow everywhere else!!  What more can we ask for, right?  Well, I would feel really blessed if we had no more snow until Sunday being as I am going out of town and want some black pavement to travel.  I know, that is asking a lot for Michigan's weather, especially when we haven't really had a bad Winter (yet??).  So we shall see.

I have a real quick card for you today.  At the last minute (as usual), I ran out of Valentine's Day cards so needed to make some really quick, simple cards.  I wanted to show you this one because I am sure nobody but I would make a Valentine's card in these colors.  I just couldn't see sending my almost 18-year old grandson a red and pink or Chocolate Chip and Real Red card -- it had to be something REALLY different.  As for my husband, I can get by with red and black -- but not for a lively teenager who thinks anything "different" is cool.  Make sure you are sitting down before you scroll down to this:

Are you okay?  I told you it was different and it really does look nice in real life.  So do you think this will grab his attention?  Actually, now that I look at it; I could have made it a St. Patrick's card too.  Well it's too late because I have already stamped the traditional "Happy Valentine's Day" and all the "love you" stuff on the inside.  I know you are just dying to know the deets on this card, so here they are:

STAMP SET:  "Love You Much"
PAPER:  Green Galore Cardstock, Whisper White Cardstock, and Patterns Pack III Designer Series Paper (Level I Hostess Set).
ACCESSORIES:  Heart to Heart Punch and Green Galore 1/4" Grosgrain Ribbon

Have a "sweet" Valentines Day and thanks for stopping by!!


  1. Sandi, decided to check and see if you or Kathleen put anything on and WOW did you ever! I like it! I love the color combination. I know that I used brown and yellow more on my cards this year. I will try and get them up on Sunday. Big day tomorrow and then again on Sat. TFS (see you on Sat.)

  2. Sandi, I love it. What a cool colour combo, not suprised that you were thinking outside the box. Your stuff is always so great.