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Valentine’s Day 2012

 

hearts in basket

HappyValentine’s Day to all my blogging friends.    I filled a miniature basket with cinnamon hearts and added a saying from a scrapbook book.  I added a two textures from Kim Klassen.  The first was dusty rose. The second was serendipity.   I added the text, a drop shadow and a bottom edge to put my logo.

I am joining Kim Klassen for Texture Tuesday and Lisa Gordon for the Creative Exchange.   

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Comments

That is an adorable little basket! Great capture. I hope you have a wonderful Valentine's Day.
this is so darling, Happy Valentines!
Lori E said…
Very creative. I have never done any photo work like that.
Pamela Gordon said…
Nice work on the photo. Happy Valentine's Day to you too!
Bernie H said…
Happy Valentine's Day to you too! Beautiful photo.
Mira Crisp said…
I love the image but your little saying caught my attention! I love it! Actually, I am going to e-mail it to my darling ASAP. :) Thanks for sharing! Have a great Valentine's Day!
Love that red color ♥ Simple and lovely!
Patchwork said…
Love this. Simple, sweet, satisfying to the soul. You text is so, so true. Happy V-day!
Susan said…
Just beautiful!!

Happy Valentine's Day ♥
Pat said…
Sweet little basket - Happy Valentine's Day!
Beautiful! You have created a perfect valentine..Happy Valentine's Day!
lisa said…
What a wonderful photograph this is, and I love the processing you did on it!!

Happy Valentine's Day to you, and thank you so much for sharing with us this week at The Creative Exchange.

Have a great day!

lisa.
What a beautiful photograph, and the textures are perfect. Thank you for the recipe.

Happy Valentine's Day,

Karen
Gale Wall said…
Love the colors and composition!
Georgianna said…
Darling photo, Val - I also love your heart tea cup! I hope you have a LOVEly day! ♥ ♥
Sylvia said…
So beautiful !
Love those little red hearts and texture 'dusty rose' is really lovely on this picture !
Happy Valentine's Day,
Sylvia
Jeanne said…
That is so cute and so festive. Love how you added that drop shadow and bottom border. Have no idea how to do that but think I need to find out. So much to learn and so little time. LOL. Thank you also for stopping by my blog and have a lovely day!
Evelyn S. said…
What a delightful image! Beautiful light...wonderful subject...great POV and texture.
Connie Smiley said…
So darling! Happy Valentine's Day!
EG Wow said…
Very nice, Valerie! You are getting very good at this!
Pam said…
i love everything about this...the quote, the basket, and my favorite color red. happy valentines day to you!
Very pretty, nicely done. I thought they were little grape tomatoes, I haven't heard of cinnamon hearts.
Linda Makiej said…
beautiful work... have a great week!! :)
shirley said…
So simple, yet I feel the love. Thank you for sharing and putting a smile on my face.
Reena Walkling said…
Great composition and love the texture!
Jill Harrison said…
I have never heard of cinnamon hearts - they sound delicious. Beautiful processing - I am getting into textures now - how absorbing they are!
Thank you for stopping by my blog to say hi. Have a wonderful week.
Sivinden said…
What a beautiful Valentine's card! Like:)
Beautiful work.

Regards and best wishes
Mary Lou said…
So sweet!!! I love this. Happy day to you.
Sandy said…
this is really great! the texture is perfect!

I love those little cinnamon candies!
Kia said…
What a sweet little basket! Lovely image and edit. :)
Have a great day!

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