Aside from the celebratory strawberry cupcakes I made for work, I also have a hot date… complete with pre-made reservations and everything! So what do you get the guy who finally remembered a notable event? You treat him to future dates! (It’s a real gift, I promise!)

J's Valentine Ticket

I am one of the few people I know that doesn’t really care to go to the movies, I don’t know why and no amount of marital debating has ever once changed my mind. I think you could count the movies we’ve seen on one hand… including the dating years (and years… and years). I really don’t mind it once I’m there, honest… but I just can’t seem to get myself psyched about spending 90+ minutes staring at a wall. (Now you know when I say, “It’s a real gift, I promise!” I’m not kidding.)

So as payback for the thought he put in to actually remembering to make reservations and doing his best to not forget, I’ll treat him to Norman’s new “Pizza, Beer, and Wine” restaurant and suffer through Star Wars 3D (I don’t mind Star Wars and drinking beforehand will really enhance my 3D viewing experience, so all in all it’s a win-win). Of course, in case that’s a total flop, the other “ticket” says “Dinner & A Movie;  Staring: TBD (Jeremiah’s Choice… no porn)”. I’m so generous. Happy Valentine’s Day!

2 Comments

  1. Laura L on February 29, 2012 at 12:46 am

    Hi! Found your page via Scout Creatives FB page. Was looking for something specific and ran across your mention. Loved your 3D paper creations. I just discoverd Scout this past December. I just love their Calendar of the Months! Anyway…after looking at the link they had of yours I thought I would take a peak at your blog. I really like the ticket you made. They would make really fun printables for throught the year. I do scrapbooking/papercrafting and have all kinds of different ticket stamps & die cuts but custom making them to print is super cute! Anyway…just wanted to say I liked it! ;)

  2. Laura on March 1, 2012 at 2:44 pm

    Oh thank you! Yes, I love Scout Creative and their beautiful calendars! And I love paper crafts, they’re so versatile.
    As for these, I actually impressed myself with the way they came out. They are 4×6 inches so they made a nice substitute for a card.
    I’m no good with stamping white pigments so I designed them in Illustrator and printed them out. If you’re interested, the font is named “Carbon Type” and I believe I found it for free.

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