I embossed the black card with script first, then glued my shiny red doily (hobby lobby), followed by white chipboard letters (this card was made without the cricut).
I downloaded the graphic for this card from cricut's digital store, but assembled it differently than they recommended. I cut the dinner table scene from the card, and glued it to my red cardstock. The icon for the front of the envelope was made from the cartridge Sweethearts. I attached it with a silver heart-shaped brad, and fixed it down with red-chevron washi tape. The "my valentine" & "will you be my valentine" was from a valentine's sticker sheet. Use your very best colored cardstock when cutting the table scene, as you can see, my paper teared (shown as white) since it wasn't colored all the way through.
I've made this particular card available for download here: Date Night Vday Card
You will need to buy this card from cricut before you will be able to use these images. Find this card on their website, Valentines Day Cards-01