I spent an hour or so making a few cards, some of which were for upcoming occasions and some for no reason at all but which were basic designs handy to keep in the little occasions cupboard we seem to have put all of the wrapping paper and other festive sparkly stuff in. These cards feature one of the simplest shapes and yet most recognisable symbols of affection, a basic heart. Using an arrangement of three hearts which I had actually seen elsewhere and noted down, because I liked the way all three hearts peeped off of the edge of the card, I made four similar but quite distinct cards.
I then made two cards with a sheet of spotty pink backing paper.
The last card is slightly different in style, but only through the use of the very graphic backing paper with the dark contrast and a bit of artist's pastel dust which I have rubbed over the edges of the hearts for no other reason than that I saw them laying there and wondered what would happen if I used a paintbrush to brush some dust off of them and onto the card.