I everyone! I hope your week has been a good one. Mine has been pretty good and I get a massage today so it will be ending on a good note!
Yesterday I was given this award by Sue. If you've never been to her blog you should take a minute to go take a peek. She is a very talented artist and photographer. I'm really flattered she thinks enough of my blog to give me the award!
There are a couple of rules that accompany this award. First you need to post about the award and then thank and link back to the person who presented it to you. You also need to let them know that you have accepted the award. Then, you in turn need to select 3-5 people to present the award to and inform them.
Well, before doing that I wanted to know exactly what the Liebster award is so I looked it up. The Arnold-Liebster Foundation seeks to promote peace, tolerance, human rights, and religious freedom by peaceful and nonpolitical means. I don't really know if the Liebster award is based on the Arnold-Liebster Foundation, but I'm going with it by giving the award to the following people
Becky at A Diamond In The Rough
Terri at Terri's Tries at Making Cards
Amanda at House Revivals
All three of these ladies inspire me in different ways, and I promise you won't be disappointed if you pay them a visit!
Now I've got a fun card to share with you today - it's my ANTI-VALENTINE! I made this for the Squigglefly challenge going on at the Papercraft Planet and SNR Card Universe groups. You can make any kind of valentine you want. It can be sweet and sentimental, or you can go Anti Valentine with it. I love Valentine's Day, but I still wanted to have a little fun with an anti-valentine so I came up with this
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I used the Quirky Hooter image by Brian Lock and colored with Copic markers. The sentiment was computer generated. I think the font I used is called Cool Dots.
Here's the inside of the card
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I guess half priced chocolate is the silver lining to people who dislike Valentine's Day! Please consider entering this contest. There's a great prize and you know you're going to be making valentine's anyway!
I hope you have a terrific Friday, and thanks for looking!