Thursday, May 14, 2015

It's wedding season ...


The days just seem to be flying by and even though I don't work outside of the home now I am amazed at just how quickly the hours in the day go by!!

I was commissioned to make a wedding card with red & black being the predominant wedding colours.  I love this Greeting Farm stamp - so fun to colour!  I used my copics to colour.  Papers are all from my stash and the pretty roses background is from an old DCWV pad I had stashed away!  The embellishments are all from my stash - I really love adding the single sequins - they make such a fab touch.

This is the inside of the finished card.  All sentiments are from SU! and I paper pierced around the border to give some added interest.

This is the custom made envelope and belly band I made for the card.  I used the SU! Envelope punch board to make this.  I used the same roses background paper on the belly band to compliment the card and stamped a fun sentiment on the front.

Some challenges I'm entering:-

Craft your Passion Challenges - Always Anything Goes
Crafting from the Heart Challenges - Always Anything Goes
Ribbon Girl Challenge - A Shaped Card or Anything Goes
Creative Moments - Anything Goes

That's all for today folks!  Thanks for stopping in - always appreciate your visits here!  Until next time ... happy crafting!

Danielle x


Sheena Brooks said...

Absolutely lovely, Danielle.

Lynne in NI said...

Awww what a gorgeous card Danielle! Fab image and I love your very pretty flowers too - bet the recipient was delighted with this :)

Chris said...

Beautiful wedding card. Lovely image and colouring, fabulous design. Thanks for joining us at Creative Moments.

Asmah Zainal Abidin said...

Aaahhhh, so romantic! Beautiful color combo. Love it! Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this fortnight. Looking forward to see you again next challenge. Have a nice day Danielle!

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Beth F said...

Sweet card. Thanks for joining us at Craft Your Passion!


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