Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Love You! Be Mine?

I eventually managed to get a few cards made this evening.  I feel a bit silly posting this very, very CAS card!  It cannot get any more CAS than this I think.  But what is a girl to do when faced with really beautiful paper, I just could not bring myself to cover it up, so here goes:


Everything used here, except for the ink, is from 2 Simon Says Stamp Monthly Card kits.  That patterned paper is simply stunning.  I thought I would make a few Valentine's Day cards for my friends shop and perhaps one or two for me to use for those very special people in my life!

Have you started yours?

For my USA friends, enjoy your day, for my SA friends, goodnight, I'm now tired!

12 comments:

Lisa said...

L O V E this card B! Very simple maybe, but very effective! Love your sentiment little tag to the side- so cute!!
XX

Lisa said...

The hearts on the DP look like you watercolored them Brenda! pretty card!

Judy1223 said...

Brenda, this is a wonderful CAS Valentine! I love the pretty pastel hearts...so lovely! I have actually made a ton of Valentine's, but I sent most to the card drive and only kept a few for my own use!

Lin said...

I so agree, Brenda, that paper is too pretty to cut apart and cover up! And this makes the perfect Valentine's card!

Rosemary said...

fun valentine, brenda... the paper is very pretty so i can see why you didn't want to cover it up!

Vanessa said...

I love your card, it is really beautiful!
Vanessa x

Dawn Turley said...

Beautiful PP Brenda and yes it was too nice to cover up and you've made an awesome card

alexandra s.m. said...

so fresh and yummy! Perfect for the theme of Valentine!
Bravo Brenda~

Stella said...

Brigth, happy and that paper is indeed gorgeous. You were right about not adding too much. CAS at it's best!

Virginia L. said...

LOVE this CAS card, Brenda! It may look simple, but the saturated colors and mix on the pattern paper are simply beautiful! You make the paper and inks SHINE!

Robin K. said...

That is some gorgeous paper! I think you designed your card perfectly to let it shine!

Trinh said...

I love how you showcased the paper, Brenda!