Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Sweet Valentine

Of course, who else would I be talking about when I say sweet valentine? My dear husband of course! These are the roses he got me for Valentines day 2008. He never lets this holiday get away without remembering me with roses.
I loved scrapping this photo as it means so much to me. The fact he always remember me, means the world to me!
The journaling reads:
Do these capture the essence of our love?
Are they capable of signifying just
how precious one is to the other?
Do they encapsulate feelings that we share?
Can they describe the perfection of this
match with their beauty?
No, I don't think even the most beautiful of
flowers can do that!
My life is more beautiful with you!

PP: Melissa frances
Black, white, and red cardstock
Black lace
White Ribbon
Letters: Thickers, journaling on printer paper
Embellies: Prima Say it with Crystals, vintage buttons, fibers in buttons, vintage record heart(idea from Crop Suey tutorial), MM paint on heart, gun metal stickles
Ink: charcoal color box chalk


Veronica said...

That is very sweet! What a way to document a very special occasion! Reminds me of a card I made for my hubby a few years back for Valentine's Day. He appreciated it!

laverneboese said...

My my, you've been busy since I've been here. I love all the eyecandy on your blog...totally yummy! And that Sweet Valentine layout is gorgeous. I really need to do one of me with my hubby :)

Sasha said...

Hey sweetness .. I AM SO LOVIN THAT LO ... wowsers I passed out .. but umm yah you rock ... so adding you to my blog roll boo boo ... so umm yah girl thanks for stopping through and wishin this crazy girl happy bday..I am so sorry I talked soo much LOL


Rachel said...

This is lovely!!!! So much detail and so sincere. You impress me so much Jessica!

rairie said...

This page blows me away. Probably because I have that kind of love in my life too. Or, maybe, because I love you both.

Anonymous said...

Love this.
Absolutely stunning.
And the record vinyl heart came out AMAZING.
Girl... you make all my hard work and effort on those crazy tutorials worth it.

PS I'm your #1 fan!

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