Wednesday, August 21, 2013

Wedding gorgeousness

My lovely brother is off to Croatia this week to see some very good friends of his married. The bride loves a bit of bling, so when he asked me to make a card, I knew just what to do..... less is definitely not more with this card!


It's an easel, with a gorgeous dress stamp (one of my bargains), coloured very sparsely with promarkers. The rest of the card is bling, gems, pearls, ribbon and glitter.



Can I call this a colour scheme? Well if layers of cream is a colour scheme, I love it!


I'm pleased with the pearl swirls (ooh, that rhymes), I managed to do them freehand.



I'm entering this into the following challenges:
Through the purple haze challenge- bingo, I chose, Flowers, Pearls, Sentiment
Cupboard Trilogy challenge- monochrome
Allsorts challenge- use your new stash- the flowers are new
Papertake weekly- flower power

8 comments:

  1. Yes glorious........what a beautiful simple card but its lovely...........thanks for joining us

    fiona DT
    TTPH

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  2. Its classed as monochrome, isnt it?

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  3. Beautiful card Lisa, love the image and colour scheme. Thank you for joining us at Allsorts this week x

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  4. Beautiful wedding card, Lisa! Love that you made an easel card! I am going to have to try to make one sometime! Thanks for joining us this week at Through the Purple Haze Challenges!

    Darcy DT
    TTPHC

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  5. This is just amazing - incredible work - Love the way you have made and the white grosgrain ribbon you used. I am now following you and look forward to seeing more of your work.Thank you for joining us over at Yama Ribbon - I wish you the very best of luck.

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  6. What a lovely card, thanks for joining in with our challenge over at The Cupboard Trilogy Challenge Blog

    Stella xx

    TCT DT

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  7. Oh my! What a beautiful card! Thank you for joining us this month at The Cupboard Trilogy Challenges.

    Kat (DT)

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