Here are four more valentines I have made for my grand kids.
On the inside of the card I used the MVP cutout from the cap as part of the sentiment.
I love how his cheeks are full of acorns. Reminds me of my granddaughter's hamster, Chubs, who puts all his food into his cheeks right after you fill his bowl. Then he hides it in various places in his cage. Silly hamster...no one is going to take his food.
The little red hearts were made with a heart-shaped hole punch
I cut this image out shortly after I got that cartridge (several years ago - sheesh!), and I've been waiting for a chance to use it. I decided it was perfect for a Valentine's card.
I inked around my little pocket on his overalls to make sure you could see it. I put Glossy Accents on the gray circle around his eyes and drew on his crooked little smile.
I think you can see the shine on his goggles in this photo. His little sprigs of hair are just narrow cuts of black cardstock that I glued onto his "head."
I love this little guy. I went to see "Despicable Me" with some of my grandkids and had the best time giggling with them over these little Minions.
Well, that's it for my valentines for kids. Hope you enjoyed them.
Thanks so much for stopping by, and remember to laugh--a little or a lot--every day.