Friday, June 25, 2010

Wedding Card

This card was really hard for me to make. I don't think I have ever made a wedding card before!! Most of my friends are married and the kids at work better not be getting married any time soon! I really had to think hard on this when we were asked to make a wedding card for http://cricutcardzchallenge.blogspot.com/ challenge # 30. I finally decided to use the shadow feature of Cinderella and Prince Charming on pg. 39 of the Happily Ever After cart and 'Dreams Come True' on pg. 77 of the Dreams Come True cart. When I got married, I know my dreams came true. I married the man of my dreams and he still is!! He puts up with me and my awesome hobby, all without complaining. At least he doesn't complain about to me!! LOL I used core'dinations Cardmaker Series Pearls in Pearly White cardstock. It is really thick. I picked it up at JoAnns when I was in Texas. I haven't finished the inside yet. I will when I get ready to give it to someone. I'll either do a sentiment or write a personal message. I did cut an extra rose and put it inside on the right bottom corner. I didn't take a picture of the inside, just the front. You need to check out this challenge. You have until Tuesday 6/29. Hope ya'll like my card. :)

5 comments:

Scrapin Kat said...

love that cardstock! very cute card! did you see the swarm post? We missed you tonite 15 for bingo!

Scrapper69 said...

Sharon...This is a very pretty wedding card! I think it can also be used for a 1st year wedding anniversary card... Just a thought! Have a great day! :)

Jeri said...

Great idea using the shadow cut for a wonderful wedding card. Thanks for playing along with us at BBTB2.

shelly said...

sharon this is such a pretty wedding card.
i have the Hea cart and hate it ( unless youre cutting the characters in HUGE size its useless) BUT hadnt thought about using the shadow feature for this type of card, thanks for the idea :)
thanks for sharing this with us at cricutcardz :) shelly

Ruthie said...

Hi Sharon,

What a beautiful card! I LOVE the papers you used. :)

I haven't seen that cart before. I will have to check it out.

Thanks for playing along with us at the CCC blog!

Ruthie :)