Tuesday, June 25, 2013

Hubby & Wifey

Hello, my friends! =) Today's card is for this month's challenge over at Inspiration Journal.


The challenge theme for June is Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue. Create a project about brides or celebrates weddings and anniversaries for a chance to win!


I used the cake image from Paper Smooches' Hubby and Wifey set and decorated it with gold and teal with a few flowers. Looks like a nice simple wedding cake, no? =)


The sentiment is from Sentiment Sampler set.

That's all from me. Don't forget to submit your wedding/anniversary related projects here for a chance to win 50 Emporium Dollars to use in the Inspiration Emporium Store! Or you can always use discount code wonderland at check out to receive 10% off your entire order when you shop in the Inspiration Emporium Store! =)

Have a lovely day and thanks for stopping by!


supplies:
cardstock: (Hawaiian Shores, white) Papertrey Ink
clear stamps: Paper Smooches
dye ink: (Tuxedo Black) Tsukikneko
coloring medium: Copic
paint: (Tarnished Brass Distress Paint) Ranger Industries
accents: (pearls) Recollections
other: (foam tape) 3M
card size: 3 3/4" x 5 1/4"

9 comments:

~amy~ said...

Such a sweet card Alice! Awesome colors!

Cathy Fongjoyo said...

Very sweet!! Theres nothing beat simple CAS card.

Jodi Collins aka Kharmagirl said...

FAB card Alice! LOVE the colors you used the color the cake, and the pearls are the perfect touch!

mgoll88 said...

Very sweet card creation

LG
Michaela

Deepti said...

This is such a sweet and simple card :) I love the colors and blue is my favorite :)

Kara Lynne said...

I want a piece of that cake!! So pretty!

~ Jo ~ said...

Very pretty cake! Love the colors, definitely colors I would never thought to use and I love how it looks. Love the CAS look!

Hugs,
Jo
xox

Sandy said...

It is nice and simple with gorgeous colors!!!!!
Sandy

Joni-nina Andaya said...

Love the blue color on the cake, and the flowers to match. Pretty!!!

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