Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Ashley and Jason's Anniversary Card

My daughter and her husband celebrated their sixth anniversary a little while ago and this was the card that I made for them.

I cased Michelle's card HERE, and just changed paper and dies with what I had on hand.

The image is from the "Home Sweet Home" set.  I cut all the shapes with Spellbinder's Nestabilities.  I put Stickles on all the flower centers.  The bow was made with floss and I added a Prima Flower in the center.

The sentiment was stamped on a tag cut with a Martha Stewart punch.  I used dimensionals to raise the image up from the card base.  Brads were used to adhere the die cut to the flower designer paper.  The designer paper is old, from my stash, so I don't remember the name.  Sorry.

And here are a few pictures taken of our lovebirds from our last camping trip.

I'm very, very behind on my travel posts due to all the computer issues I've had this past month.  I'm still not done blogging about our May road trip...there's weeks left of posts to do on that adventure.  And when I finally finish that travel series, I can then move on to our camping trip we took in July.
In the meantime, here are a few highlights of Ashley and Jason on that trip!

Have a Great Day!  Amy

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  1. Aww! They look like a sweet couple. :) You are so great at crafting up all of these beautiful cards and what a special treasure they'll have in this card you made by hand for them! I love the yellow rose on it and the colorful flowers with the sparkles in the center! So pretty!


  2. Such wonderful details on this beautiful card! Gorgeous photos of the two!

  3. this is such a wonderful card and so impressed with your crafting!

    cute & little

  4. Going to a cardmaking class tonight! Wish we would make one as lovely as this one. Oh, those colors. Did you use colored pencils? It looks almost like water color pencils. Just gorgeous.

    1. That's awesome your going to a card-making class. I use to go to a class once a week, but I don't anymore. I always use Copic Markers when I color. They are expensive alcohol markers from Japan (but you can buy them anywhere), they give rich color, and you can blend and shade with them.


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