Courage does not always roar.....sometimes it is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying....."I will try again tomorrow".
When I read your title, I wasn't so sure I would like a B&W Valentine, but this is really beautiful. It would work well for a formal wedding too.
Black and white certainly is different for Valentine's Day! In this case it works and is elegant to boot!
I am very fond of black and white card themes and you've done an excellent job of using the colors to fashion a valentine's card. Beautiful!
wow - these are really different, but work. A man may not necessarily appreciate a pink and red valentines card - some men don't like the 'in-your-face' romantic gesture (although appreciate that some do too). Black and white is inconspicuous enough and this is simply stunning... in different colours, say creams and whites, this would easily make a great wedding or anniversary card too - a lovely project using your spellbinders.Paula x x x
Amazing!!! You have really rocked this one!!BlessingsMaxine
oh this is stunningsorry I am late visiting you back,on woyww the boys are slowly recovering and it is half term!
You have a Grand Calibur??? Wow! This is one terrific...glamorous...beautiful card!
A b/w Valentines card is a first for me - but you sure made it pretty. Thanks for visiting my blog. With your surname surely there must be Danish people somewhere in your family. =0)
Hello!This is so beautiful! I love black and white - it is so lovely no matter how it is used! Wishing you a happy day!Hugs,Barbara Diane
I think this is a fabulous idea and a fabulous card!!!!!!!!Sandy
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