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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

50th Wedding Anniversary

Just in for a quick post tonight.  I had a request for a 50th Wedding anniversary card.  Well you know me with these types of cards, love to use flowers, pearls etc, so this is what I came up with.


Martha Stewart border punch used for the eyelet edges.  Spellbinder die for ovals - elegant ovals. Memory box - dainty leaf die. I used an old Quik kutz number die set for the '50'.  I cut 3 layers - 2 from white card stock and one from mirri gold paper. 

Designer paper is some scraps from by scrap bin.  And then we have flowers, most of them are from Wild orchid crafts in the UK. 

Added some wink of stella clear pen all over the flowers for that bit of sparkle, pearls, gold beads and I also added some white dots using Nuvo white crystal drops.

And there you have it! It is so pretty in real.

Hope your having a good week, thanks for visiting.

Pauline

4 comments:

CherylQuilts said...

Oh, Pauline, you make THE most beautiful wedding and anniversary cards ever! Your floral arrangements are absolutely exquisite, and the wee flowers and leaves are so sweet...along with the pearls...I just love enlarging the photos to examine it all! Wild Orchard does have some of the most beautiful flowers, and you use them so well. Stunning, as always, sweet friend! Hugs!

Leslie Miller said...

Yes, and if I had all those flowers I'd totally copy one of your gorgeous creations for a wedding card I've been asked to make. This is sooooooo pretty! Love that MS punch. Would you believe I let it go when I purged? Some things I could kick myself for, but punches take up so much more room than dies. But just look how fantastic it is on your card, sigh... Exquisitely crafted, Pauline!

Stacy Morgan said...

Beautiful 50th card all those flowers are wonderful. The lace trim is an awesome touch. Just beautiful

Tracy said...

My oh my! Between the lovely die cuts and that amazing flower bouquet this card is truly stunning Pauline. You really ARE a genius.