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You have a PIZZA my heart!

Hi Everyone! This is my last Valentine's Day card to share here on the blog. Valentine's Day holds a special place in my heart, because my youngest daughter was born on V-Day and she had to spend 6 weeks in the NICU fighting bacterial meningitis before we brought her home. She'll be 6 years old this week and it's a total miracle that she's alive, that she isn't severely handicapped, and that she is happy and healthy. The doctors expected her to die and they also prepared us for severe handicaps if she lived, but the only issue she has is a slight short-term memory problem, which thankfully hasn't affected her ability to learn like a little genius. Oh, how I love her! I was never a big Valentine's Day fan before, but since she was born, I LOVE IT! 


This card represents my idea of a perfect V-Day with my sweetie. Chilling out at home with pizza and a movie is all I'm interested in on a holiday when everyone goes out to dinner :) You know what I mean?







I stamped my images from Lawn Fawn Screen Time  and Lawn Fawn Pizza My Heart onto my white paper. I colored all the images using my CopicSketch markers and die cut them with the coordinating dies.

I cut my background out using the Lawn Fawn Large Stitched Rectangle Dies, then cut a Heart out of Lawn Fawn Really Rainbow paper pad. I adhered my rainbow heart to my card base, then added my sentiment to the bottom left corner. I used my Memento Tuxedo Black Ink Pad for the top and bottom words and my Picked Raspberry for the word "pizza" to make it pop. 

I used my 3D Foam Squares to add dimension to most of my little images and finished the card by adding a few little heart stamps around. 




I love these stamp sets so much! The pizza set was one of the very first I ever purchased and I get giddy about it every time I pull it out. Adding toppings to the pizzas is just so much fun! 


I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day tomorrow! 
Saedi

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