the month of loooooove

It is February. I can hardly believe it! Officially, we are now in the month love….and warmer temps, I’m hoping. :) Not only is it Valentine’s Day next week, but it’s also hubby’s and my 25th anniversary.

Holy cannoli! 

We talked about doing something extra special–like take a trip to Hawaii (I was sooo close to hitting buy when looking at plane tickets)–but I thought that if I was going to spend a chunk of money to do that, then I’d much rather put it towards a trip to Europe with the family a little later in the year. Our family loves to travel and take pictures and we talk of going to France (speaking of love) and Amsterdam quite often (among a million other places to go). We’d love to do London too, but don’t know if that will be in the cards. We are dreamers here in the Bradford house and I’m hoping that dream will come to light for us, because we’ve been talking about a trip like this for two years now. Since Zach speaks French and his bestest missionary companion lives in France, he really wants to go see him.

So, to help us get started in our ‘loverly’ month, here’s a gorgeous card by Queen of Cards herself, our sweet little Shari!

[ Shapes | This+That: Love (printables)  / Background Basics (flower background)

oooooh la la!

i. love.

2017-10-18T16:35:00+00:00February 4th, 2013|cards, shari carroll|3 Comments


  1. {dawn} February 4, 2013 at 7:29 am

    Love how Shari used the printables! (I’ve always been a fan of your printables!!) It looks like she even cut some shapes out of the excess printables. Such a gorgeous card!!

  2. Cindy February 4, 2013 at 4:37 pm

    Very nice card!

  3. Antigone (@TragicCharacter) February 6, 2013 at 6:43 am

    A little off the mark but our family is going to London for a wedding in April and it was not more expensive to fly into London and out of Paris. It saved us the return train fare. United also had children’s fares which were slightly cheaper than adult fares to my astonishment. If you go, consider VRBO for an apartment. We love having a fridge and washer/dryer. Lastly, I heard great things about 2 tourist passes – London Pass (entrance fees and/ or transport) and Batobus (transport using the Seine).

    I can’t wait to see your Project Life Designs in action!

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