Sunday, 11 August 2013

Raquel's Wedding Card

{sigh} How can it be Sunday evening already?  Monday mornings come waaaay too quick :(  It's been a bit cooler today than of late, think it's time to get the duvet back on the bed - though I don't think I ever remember sleeping under a light cover for so long before our heatwave this year!

This card is for a work colleague - I was specifically asked to add a beard to the groom, I'm not sure if mine looks OK or not!
Image from Lili of he Valley - coloured with copics and some little liquid pearl drops added as accents.  Silver peel off letters.  Little grey pearls from stash.  Martha Stewart butterfly punch; Marianne design heart die; CC Designs flower dies.

Natalie and Amy's August challenge - a celebration
Papertake Weekly - anything goes
Cute Card Thursday #281 - Die-ing to punch
Sister Act #19 - anything goes


  1. fabulous wedding card Lynne and the cutest of images from LOTV
    Kim x

  2. What a darling wedding card. I love the light beard. That's the kind I prefer. :-)

    I can still send you some heat and humidity if you would like and you won't have to get out the duvet just yet. Although, I must say I don't remember a summer this cool in my part of the southern U.S. But, it's still hot.

  3. Gorgeous card, you are coming up on mu blog list again now :o)
    Jackie xx

  4. This is a beautiful creation! Thanks for playing at PTW! xxx

  5. Great card Lynne, thank goodness you didn't have to add a beard to the bride! :) Jo x

  6. so gorgeous lynne.really stunning image and i love your design and colours :D

    xx coops xx

  7. A gorgeous personalised card Lynne - this is one of my favourite images. Hugs, Claire x

  8. Lovely card, fab image and design. Thanks for joining us at NATALIE & AMY’S this month, hope we see you again soon. Hugs Sheryl xx

  9. Absolutely gorgeous and so cute too.

  10. Beautiful card Lynne that is such a cute image, love the fab colours you have created such a lovely card.
    lorraine x


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