I HEART all the comments on my last post. Reading what you want in a stamping blog is very interesting, but overwhelming. Good thing that there are hundreds of other stampin blogs out there! I would love to create a new card to upload every day, but I actually find that my creative juices dry up when I feel like I "have" to make something. So, I cannot post something new every day. But, in the meantime . . . I love this card! I had to go to a 6 hour training session/meeting today and was sketching card designs while listening (I can definitely multi-task!). I think this card is perfect for my son to send to his Grandparents for Valentine's Day. I was inspired by this card in JulieHRR's gallery on splitcoast. Her card uses Stampin Up's Square Pegs Jumbo Wheel. When I saw her card last year, I bought the wheel, but I've never been able to pull off using that wheel. So, I substituted this patterned paper from Die Cut With a View. The rest of the supplies are: (All Stampin Up unless otherwise noted): Sweet on You stamp set (available in the current Winter Mini), Santa Rosa All That Jazz alphabet set; Pewter Hardware Hodgepodge; Black Gingham ribbon; Black, Real Red and White cardstock; Black Memories Ink, Real Red classic ink; adorable tiny stitched red ribbon, which I purchased from Starlitstudio; 1 3/8" SU square punch and a Photo Corner punch from Paper Shapers. If you look very closely, you'll notice that I stamped on the red cardstock with red ink (using the Sweet on You set) -- when making a subtle background I prefer using the same color ink on cardstock instead of Versamark, simply because dye ink is easier to clean off of a stamp than Versamark. Easy is always better!