Today I want to share with you something a little different. I have abandoned shabby chic today in lieu of crisp, clean and yet subtle. My husband's parents are celebrating 35 years together and I wanted something super romantic and special for them. They are such amazing people and I'm very lucky to call them family.
I am entering this card into two amazing challenges, which I will tell you about in a minute. First, here's a look at the card.
This is my second challenge over at Hobby Cutz Challenge Blog. I just love their creativity and I am excited to participate with them again. This week the challenge is #56 - White on White. I realize that there is a little ivory and some silver, but a girl's gotta accessorize!
This is my first time participating in a challenge at Sketchy Colors, but I'm really excited to have found their blog. You should stop in there and have a look at their talented design team creations and their great challenges. For this challenge #218, they supplied us with two images, one for colours and one for layout.
Maya's card was done (such a beautiful card that you should really have a look at). I decided for my second colour to go with silver, since the photograph of the horse was white and grey and because it's a romantic combination for an anniversary card. I added silver charms, findings, beads, pins and a silver button. Hope you enjoy!
Dies: Spellbinders-back to basics tags, Spellbinders-lotus pendant, Spellbinders-circles large, Spellbinders-marvelous squares, Spellbinders-persian motifs
Handmade: the decorative pins, the dangling charms and the sentiment I printed on my computer
From My Stash: pearls, pins, beads, button, seam binding and the roses
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