So many Valentines, So Little Time

I used to have a home business digitally designing custom gifts (I call it Scrap-Looking), but quickly found out that was not my niche. You will see my Flickr feed to viewer’s bottom right, and you will see 6 of my latest designs – and you can click to see more! I’m in Valentine’s Day Mode, and have come up with a card design that anyone with a printer, paper cutter, and access to their craft store can do. The card designs come with complete instructions, even picture ones and have a pocket in the back for a treat for your Valentine. So, shop around. It’s totally free for personal use by right-clicking and saving the original size file to your hard drive off of Flickr. No worries as the downloads on Flickr are safe. Bye the way, my name on Flickr is mimitalks, married, under grace. You can call me Mimi…

Here’s my set of Valentine printables – mostly cards, but you may find other stuff you can use.

Here’s one card design to show you – up close and personal. Check my feed for more, or go to this page with pic links and instructions to get started!

God gave me the abilities to do this, and I’ve been sharing them on Flickr but decided it was time I got an online blog to help get the word out to more people. It remains to be seen whether that will work or not. So, here goes… Oh, and I’d love to hear from you. Be sure and let me know if you have any questions!

Next post, I share my instructions for making these, complete with pictures. Be sure to comment/ask if you have any questions! I’d love to hear from you.

Want to know more about me? Here’s my Profile on Flickr:

Catch you on the other side…


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