I love this little card. All I had to do was print the image, cut some backgrounds and ink the edges, layer the card together and top off with some glitter!
This vignette is also made up of "free" stuff. The large frame is just a piece of scrapbook paper and black numbers cut on my Cricut. The smaller frame has a downloaded and printed vintage Valentine image.
Still love my "love" sign. The girls and I made these as gifts for teachers, scout leaders, etc. for almost every holiday one year. I just bought thin wooden letters when they were on sale and we covered them in scrapbook paper, joined them together using popsicle sticks on the back and embellished any way we wanted.
More free downloads framed in vintage silver frames.
Now I am on to deciding how to set the table for our little party. I am leaning towards Valentine's theme since so much of the house is decorated in red and white but my sister-in-law loves gardening and, after all, it is a birthday luncheon for her, so we shall see where I end up!???! Stay tuned.
Wow! It didn't take me long once I realized that I needed a mix of Valentine and birthday to be happy. I remembered my "rose" dinner set and it is just what I wanted...the feel of Valentines romance but NOT red and white. And I decided to use the placemats that my mom crocheted for me many years ago. The rose napkin rings were a long ago gift from my sister-in-law so what could be more perfect? I think it is just right for my Valentine garden theme! Can't wait!