Hello! Every year I make Valentine Cards to sell at my local scrap booking store. And every year, I get some returned to me after the holiday that didn't sell. Then I have to figure out what to do with them if they say 'Happy Valentine's Day' on them. If the holiday is already over, I have no use for them. All I can do is hang on to them for another year and try and sell them again next year. So this year, I made some of my Valentines cards a little more 'generic', so if they don't sell, I can use them for other purposes.
My first 'love card' is a digital image from 'The Cutting Cafe's Valentine set. It uses an image from the same set for the card I posted yesterday. The sentiment on the mailbox reads 'Love Letters Only Please'. Isn't that sweet. I put Stickles on the hearts. The paper is from DCWV 'The Spring Stack'.
My next two cards use a digital image from Heather Ellis's 'Pure Innocence' line. Yes, MFT sells these images as stamps, but Heather has a few available to purchase digitally, which I prefer to work with and that are much more inexpensive than buying the stamps. This card uses the same paper as my first card. And the heart shaped button is from JoAnn's.
Hi Amy! I especially love that second card, but they are both perfect! Love that you can use them after the holiday! Great idea!!!ReplyDelete
Amy these are wonderful creations with the non traditional colors..These are soooo darling lucky people will get these next month!! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Both cards are really cute, love the ribbon and bow with buttons! Liz xReplyDelete
They're all adorable, Amy!ReplyDelete
These are adorable Amy! LOVE your choice of paper/colors! Great job!ReplyDelete
Each and every one of these cards are gorgeous Amy!! Love the images and the non traditional colors!! Great coloring and I love the bows!ReplyDelete
These are sooo sweet.I love the MFT image. She is adorable.. Great cards to sell. I love all the layers and that paper is perfect..ReplyDelete
these cards are totally adorable...can i put the mailbox one in the customer gallery over at the cutting cafe?ReplyDelete
These are SO sweet. I think it's very clever that you chose not to use the traditional Vday sentiments so they could be more all purpose. I like the wording on the mail box and I love Heather Ellis images. They are so adorable. I also really like your combo of patterned papers.ReplyDelete
All adorble and such gorgeous colours.ReplyDelete
Hugs Emma x
These are all so sweet, I am sure they will sell!ReplyDelete