7 Responses to “30 Years of homemade cards. . . (Valentine’s Day Contest Submission)”

  1. Allee Willis

    Allee Willis

    Thank you for making the Allee Willis Museum of Kitsch the first place your 30 years worth of homemade cards are displayed!

    In my book, there’s nothing better than a homemade card. Even as a kid I always had trouble with store-bought cards. I’d buy a bunch of them so I was prepared for any occasion and then once that occasion came I was never quite sure any of the cards were right. A homemade card is always right. Especially on Valentine’s Day.

  2. MyFunCloset

    MyFunCloset

    Well Sunday is the big day to reveal our 2010 cards. My sweatheart made his card last week. He’s more organized than me. It’s hidden, but I got a glimpse of it a few days ago. Mine will be ready on the 14th. I think I raised the bar this year. I made a 7:22 minutes DVD. Background is Frank Sinatra singing “All The Way” to 80 snaps of us back to when we first met at John Jay Park to the present. Whew, this one is work!
    One thing I came away with is… I want to be 25 again and I really have to get back to the gym.
    Thank you for sharing our cards. Happy Valentine’s Day to you!

    • MyFunCloset

      MyFunCloset

      Just moments ago, we exchanged out cards. Shortly, I will send Allee the card Bob, my sweetheart made. As for my video, for anyone but us, it will seem like a boring vacation slide show of people and places. But for us, It’s a keeper.

  3. MyFunCloset

    MyFunCloset

    Denny, the one you’re referring to was in our very early years. It was folded up and hidden around the apt. When one would find it, it was hidden again in another place. Truely a treasure hunt.