I had trouble with this one at first...just couldn't get a layout I liked. Finally just tossed all the elements on the top of the card and liked how they laid. LOL...sometimes my creativity comes in strange ways. I had so much fun, really, with all these cards. They were just fun to make up. Now, if I knew how to use all my machines better, they would come together a lot easier. I broke the Grand Calibur and its same as new...didn't realize you couldn't use the CuttleBug emboss folders without a special plate. I called the company and they will repair it for $25.00 plus the cost of my shipping. Guess that is better than paying out another $140 for a new machine.
This one just went together like butter on bread. I realized, as I was trying to figure out how to run my scanner, that the machine was over 15 years old. Still works like a charm. Scanned the dictionary page with the Valentine wording and added it to the heart. BTW...most all of these papers are from Paper Trey Ink....the Kraft is my favorite stock.
And last but not least....the little man's card. The puppy is a Kate Hatfield element. I just love this gals stuff....and I cut it all out 5 times, cutting different sections off as I went and layered it together with pop dots. I think Jack will love his little puppy.