Some of you may have been wondering where I’ve been; I haven’t been posting very much lately. I’m still here but I’ve had a lot going in my life lately; all good I must say! The most exciting is that my step-daughter just got married this past weekend! We are so pleased to welcome Brian into our family, and with him, his 2 sons!
Below is the card I made for the newlyweds. It is simple and elegant, with a black & white theme and just a bit of silver sparkle thrown for good measure. The sentiment, from “Loving Thoughts”, is my wish for them and their marriage; Forever & Always!
I apologize that the color isn’t spot on; I do seem to have trouble photographing white.
This card is made from Whisper White card stock with a layer of Basic Black and another layer of Whisper White. That skinny little layer of black adds so much don’t you think?
A strip of Basic Black is the perfect backdrop for the Whisper White banner sporting the sentiment “Forever & Always”; my wish for their marriage! A rosette made from Basic Black DSP (from the Neutrals Designer Paper Stack) is placed atop 2 strips of Silver Shimmer Paper. The diamond image on the tiny scallop circle is from the new Photopolymer stamp set “Another Thank You” stamped in Silver ink and a little Rhinestone Jewel for added bling.
Loving Thoughts #125845 (Clear) Another Thank You Photopolymer Stamp Set #133454
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Should you wish to leave a comment for the bride & groom, be sure that I’ll pass it along to them!
Thanks for stopping by My Stampin Space today. Be sure to come back soon, you won’t want to miss the Pals October Blog Hop on Tuesday, Oct. 8th. It will be a ghoulish good time, complete with Tricks & Treats! See you then!