Sunday, February 8, 2009


More Anti-Valentines. Paste paper background, vintage images, transparency transfer. You can't see it but there is glitter in the poison cloud above the cup.
Here is how I used the rejected background from the Tea for Two Clone. I love the skull and "cross spoons"!!!
My sister and I saw Tennessee Williams' play, "A Streetcar Named Desire" last night in Philadelphia. Talk about the ULTIMATE Anti-Valentine in play form. Very dark. There should be a law that you can't read it until you are 40. Earlier than age 40, you just won't "get" it, IMHO. The woman sitting next to me had a cell phone vibrating very loudly throughout the entire play. She often texted in response to the vibrating. She looked to be in her 30's. I wanted to turn to her and say, "Unless you are waiting for a f-ing heart transplant, turn the phone off." However, my mama raised me right, and I will do the proper thing, which is to talk about her behind her back. teehee.


  1. Oh, my...Just when I thought I would not be able to laugh for a while...These cards are toooo much. Too AWESOME and so sardonic and perfect. So glad you made these! I should make my own version of "one lump or two," for Cub's daddy! Hee, hee....(insert evil laugh here.)

  2. I love your anti-Valentines and your 'proper' upbringing! I actually got a Valentine gift with a skull and cross bones over a heart. Titled 'Destiny,' my gift was a Syd Dickens tile. J said it perfectly described his love for me: Toxic (he said).