This first card was created using a beautiful pre-embossed card stock. I love the satin look of the trim around the edges. The Valentine stamp by Paper Inspirations was stamped and embossed with Cherry Cobbler embossing powder. Then layered on red glitter card stock and then black glitter card stock. For an added little touch, he put a little red crystal heart over the "i". The forever sentiment is from Stampin' Up! and was stamped in Cherry Cobbler ink and a black heart was placed next to it. The string of bling along the side was originally black and clear crystals, but I colored the clear ones red using a Copic marker. I think this is one of the prettiest Valentine's Day cards I've ever seen. I didn't get a picture of the inside because he had already personalized it, but it was equally decked out, as was the envelope. He really got into the glitter...lol.
This second card was created for her birthday, which happens to be the day after Valentine's Day...yikers! The focal image was cut on my Silhouette Cameo with a cut file purchased from their online store. This was glued onto pretty green glitter card stock, and then I trimmed around image. He then placed it on black and white polka dot card stock, green glitter card stock again, and then black card stock. The sentiment is a rub-on from Stampin' Up!. Again, the inside was stamped and glittered up, as well as the envelope. I can't wait until she receives these. I know she will love them.