Too Early for Valentine’s Day? Never! – PMDC-034

My hubby was so sweet yesterday!!! When I came home in the evening there was a nice surprise waiting for me on my nightstand. A beautiful bottle of J’adore by Dior perfume. I had never tested it out before, but it has a lovely scent.

“J’adore”, I believe is French for I Love, which got me thinking Valentine’s Day is right around the corner. So a little burnt out on the Christmas Card front…and yes my cards did make it in the mail this year, wooo whooo… I thought I would work on a little Valentine’s.

Nicole Watt and Kris Kilcoyne over at  Pixel Maven’s Retreat  have a wonderful sketch challenge this week, that I thought would make a wonderful card front.

Below is my take on the sketch.

PMDC-034

PMDC-034 - Entry

Yes, I used my favorite digital DSP, Beau Chateau…predictable, but it makes me sooooo happy! If the quote seems familiar, that’s because it is from Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice…oh that Mr. Darcy!!!

I’d love to see your interpretations on the sketch!

Until Next Time… Happy Crafting!

Elaine

Sketch Inspiration: Pixel Maven’s DigiChallenge-034
Digital DSP: Stampin’ Up! © Beau Chateau
Digital Embellishment: Stampin’ Up! Basic Pearls
Font: Loyal Fame

This page was created using Photoshop Elements.

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One thought on “Too Early for Valentine’s Day? Never! – PMDC-034

  1. NMWatt says:

    Thank you SOOOOO much for being an avid player at PMDC – I love to see all of your great creations, and this is no exception! Isn’t it great that we can hold onto our favorite SU stuff in MDS? I might just have to make a special badge, just for you! LOL!

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