You met Miyako yesterday right? Well, meet her brother Keitaro! Keitaro is Miyako's little brother in real life, so I thought it would be fun to do a release with both of their names! I've only met Keitaro once, but I hear stories about him from his Tutu. Hopefully we'll get to see him again soon.
Since so many of you love boy images just as much as girls, we decided to offer up a Valentine's boy image. Don't worry, more boys are on their way... all in good time! For now, Keitaro will entertain you with his ability to cut a paper heart string. Now I've racked my brain to try to figure out how to do one in real life... If I ever figure it out, I will show you one of these days.
Onto the card... Here's another awesome card by Debi (thanks Debi!). I love the look of colored images on kraft cardstock. As you can tell, Debi is a huge fan of Papertrey Ink products as the sentiment, and filigree border die are both by PTI. She topped it off with more baker's twine and rhinestones. Love it!
All this talk about Valentine's day got me thinking about elementary school days (for you Hawaii born- hanabata days) and how we all used to give each other little ATC sized valentine's and learned how to cut out a heart by folding a paper in half. I never understood why you would want to give a Valentine to a boy. Yuck! And why would a boy give one to me? Double Yuck! Aaaah to be young and naive! Now I get it, but I seriously didn't back then. I remember my mom buying me the Valentine's day "kit" to give to all my classmates. I think I ended up only giving the girls cause boys were yucky! ha ha ha ha ha! Plus I didn't want any boy to think I liked HIM! hee hee hee hee hee! Now that I watch the Valentine's Day Charlie Brown episode, I feel bad.. I guess I should've given the boys a Valentine too. Hopefully they got some from their friends and didn't end up like Charlie Brown! (Note: if you do not know what I'm referring to, you really need to buy that DVD and watch it!)
Ok now that I've gone off on several tangents, its time to re-focus and get back to the real reason y0u are reading all of my blabbering... for free stamps right? If you want to know how to enter- please check the Miyako introductory post for the "rules". In addition, tell me your funniest Valentine's Day story. I can't wait to read all about it! See you tomorrow!