Happy Sunday to you! I hope you all are doing well. Unfortunately, I think I have the start of a cold coming on! I've been feeling a little "off" the past few days, but thought it was just my asthma. But now it's a little in my throat and I feel poor. Strange cold went to my chest first! So I hope to take it easy today. I have a little house cleaning to do and grocery shopping. But otherwise, I think I may just do a little crafting.
This week we have a fun challenge at the High Hopes Challenge Blog! Well, they all are all fun, but today it's an appropriate challenge...Michelle is hosting this week and she has challenged us to make a Valentine's Day card! I know we all probably need a few more of these, right?!
I wonder, how many Valentine's Day cards do you make? I have 3 teachers, my son, my daughter, and my husband (or course) that needs a "real" card. I may send one to a friend or two. Then my kids bring in cards for their classmates and a few neighborhood friends, too. Ansley's old enough to help make her cards. So we are actually planning on getting those started today.
Therefore, I was glad with this week's challenge! Here's my card...
This will either go to one of my friends or one of the teachers. I used Lenny's Love me Nots. I really love this cute dragon from last year! I added some Silver Round Spacers and Basic Grey Flat Back Pearls.
The layout is from Midnight Madness Challenge this week. I love how they now offer a basic sketch and a "dressed" up sketch.
Lenny is embossed in black and watercolored with Twinkling H2Os...
I carried the layout on the inside and used 2 sentiment stamps that I had in my stash from High Hopes last year.
Now it's your turn to participate with the challenge! Grab your High Hopes Stamps and come play along. One participant will be entered into the drawing to receive Dustin Pike's Troubled Travis (I lost this dragon, too)!
Make sure to enter your card in Mr. Linky to be entered into the drawing. And if you upload your card to SCS, use keyword HHC61.
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