Happy Valentines Day!

I just wanted to wish everyone a Happy Valentines Day! I didn't have time to send out physical Valentines Day cards in the mail this year (or really, I never have the time any year). So this year, I send out 'text message' e-cards... heheh... This year I used a free App I downloaded called "Red Stamp." The App is free, and so adorable! I just love it, you can send out any kind of card/invitation you like. Here are my Valentines I'm sending out.
The first card is of course our Poly + Penny wishing everyone a Happy Valentines Day. The second card shows a bunch of heart themed treats/desserts (My Sister made the cupcakes, My neighbor/friends made the Chocolate heart Cookies, and the Sprinkled heart cookies are store bought). --- I don't really use my iPhone to take photos of myself. Mostly my photos, are of my puppies & of food... heheh...

Free DIY Resource: Save The Date Postcard!



 In honor of the Postcard Giveaway on last's week's post, I created a Save the Date for readers to be inspired by. This Save the Date is scaled to 6.25in x 4.5in, however you anyone needs a large size/custom size postcard, just let me know, and I will be happy to lend a hand.

... in reality, I created this postcard design months ago, but silly me, I forgot I designed it and never wrote a post on it... at least I don't think I ever posted this resource before.


Free Resource



Here is a free card/invitation card front. The image of the flower was photographed by Mr. Wedding Day Tree, and edited with filters by me, Mrs. Wedding Day Tree. This design would match beautifully for a bridal shower invitation or an engagement party invitation. I attached a Photoshop (.PSD) file to the link that can easily be downloaded by Google docs. If you happen to need a different format, just ask and personally can send you a different format.
Happy Wedding :)

Free Resource



Many bride and grooms look for new ways to 'conserve' the wedding fund. With so many things to purchase for the wedding, Save the Date cards are always last on your minds. To help you with your budget woes, here is a free Save the Date Post Card Design. These Save the Date beauties are for the quirky brides of have a fair for a mod vintage style. Just add your own wedding info to the back, print at home and mail out. You may also upload this artwork to printing websites for overnightprints or 48hourprint.


You may download the artwork here: (if you need any help, don't be shy. Just ask)

download PDF here

Happy Wedding :)