Valentine’s Day was very relaxing for us….finally. The boys went to bed quickly and Michael and I were soooo stuffed, we ate a “celebratory” take-away dinner … Seven Heaven Chinese … YUM!! Michael gave me a gift certificate for a one hour massage of my choice at the Dome Retreat at the Marriott (God I love that place!!) and this is what I gave Michael. I blew my budget, but figured I no longer earn an income, so I’m ALWAYS going to blow the budget LOL!!
This is Metal Art from an Australian husband/wife team. I bought it at a groovy homewares place called “red works” at Paddington (Brisbane). Ladies were lovely. They also have these things called Troll Beads (click on their “For Her” link) which I might buy individually so as not to make a HUGE dent on the card.
Now the details….of the “He Chose You” layout. Some people have been asking about the texture of all the media I used, so I figured I’d just post some more pics so you get an idea.
I’m due to send a letter to my friend Michele in San Francisco and Vivian Bonder’s Mail Art article in the Scrap Creations gave me some quirky inspiration. Thanks Vivian!! Love your work.
Off to dance with a Dragon tonight…..
5 thoughts on “Valentine’s Day and Details (don’t be rude!!)”
Wow you have been a busy blogging girl. I love the metal art that is gorgeous!! I know what you mean about the budget thing. I love your 123 layout very nice you will have to give me some tips on textured paint when you come up.Tanya
Love the Metal Art Gigi – not at all what I was thinking when you explained it on MSN Friday night.Hope you are having fun dancing with the Dragon 🙂
Hi Gigi, it sounds like you had a lovely Valentines Day, I love Chinese.Love the Piccie you bought. That art work you created is awesome, wow, I just love all the texture. No worries with the card go for it !! but don’t forget to share, would love to see your interpretation.Have a great week.Best WishesCarole.
that metal art is totally gorgeous!!!! love it!
hi gigi! thought i would check out your blog…I love your pics, they are gorgeous! Your layouts have so much depth…i love seeing them up close at sc!