Heart Full Of Thanks Valentine

Valentine's is one of my favorite times of the year...right behind Christmas!  I was married to by wonderful husband just before Valentine's day in 2001.  We spent our first Valentine's Day together as a married couple.  On top of it being a very sentimental and dear time of the year for me, I am a sucker for hearts!  I always have been.  When I was a little girl, my room was decorated with hearts....and I'm sure you've noticed that I use hearts quite often in my projects.

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, I thought I would share a quick Valentine's Day card with you.  This is a very versatile card.  It's not too frilly, and not too lovey-dovey, so you could really use it for anyone!  It would make a great teacher card or a card for a friend or even a parent.

I love using Kraft card stock {Crumb Cake from Stampin' Up in this instance} with red.  Such a great look!  I think Kraft card stock gives a totally hand made feel to any project.  It's also a great neutral base for any project.  It goes with anything!  It's the little black dress of your crafting stash.

The tag came from the Tag It Kit from Lifestyle Crafts.  This set of dies is a lot of fun...and comes with traditional dies along with digital images that you can use with your digital die cutting machine.  Be sure to check the entire set out at Lifestyle Crafts and use coupon code GLITTER to get 20% off your entire order!

So what are you waiting for?  Dig out your card making supplies and get to craftin'.  You still have time to make a special card for a special someone in your life!

I know a lot of you shared your Valentine's plans with me on Friday's post, so I thought I would share mine with you.  My husband and I don't usually do too much for Valentine's Day {probably because our anniversary is just 4 days before Valentine's Day}.  This year we'll be spending Valentine's at home.  I have a very special dinner planned for him {a special treat that I only make a few times a year}. So wherever you are, whatever you're doing...I hope you have a Happy Valentine's Day!


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