14 January 2009

Love Letters

In exactly one month we celebrate the day of LOVE.

Bouquet of Jonquils, Paris ~ Robert Doisneau, 1950

The Kiss ~ V-J Day Times Square, New York City ~ Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1945

Le Baiser de l"Hotel de Ville, Paris ~ Robert Doisneau, 1950

I now have these sweet Valentine's tags available in my Etsy shop. They are from my "All Gouached Up!" collection of pen and ink, gouache, and watercolour illustrations and paintings. I have printed them in my studio on Bristol board and hand cut them with a scalloped edge, added a bit of lace and organza ribbon and initialed each in ink.


These are terrific for any gift adornment, charming place cards for your Saint Valentine’s Day table, or pretty cards to attach to a bouquet of posies. Also great for bookmarks all year long.


And...just to show you how much I LOVE you, when you order ~ free shipping. Just mention in the "notes to the seller" section that you saw this post on my blog and I will apply the credit to your Pay Pal account.

First Kiss

Tanti baci,
Suzanne

5 comments:

dubuhdudesigns said...

Such sweet tags to adorn any gift:) I can't believe it's only a month away..one of these days I'll be ahead when it comes to my holiday planning:)

mybellacolle said...

Those tags are soo 'pertty'..Valentines is one of my fave holidays ..
Festive pics by the way! Hope you are well..
XO
~Christine

The Vintage Sister Studio said...

Cute tags Suzanne!

I saw that you have 'Lovely Bones' listed as a favorite book. I love that one too and I just finished 'The Almost Moon.' Very good! Her style is a bit dark but with a positive spin so I like her. Did you read 'Lucky?'
Have a great weekend!!
Tracy

Italian Girl in Georgia ~ Suzanne MacCrone said...

Thank you friends. LOVE to you all and hugs too.

Suzanne

Grace said...

Your Valentine's Day tags are so sweet and charming, perfect for spreading love around the world -- which is what your blog does on a consistent basis :)

I used to have two of the photos you listed as posters in my college years. They are so romantic and timeless!

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