Monday, September 23, 2013

Happy Anniversary

Hi there!  Three posts in three days!  You would think I had a bunch of time on my hands this weekend, but I didn't!  I just needed cards this weekend!  This one is for my in-laws.  They celebrated their 59th anniversary!  Going to have to think of something big to do for them next year!  I cased my own card here changing up the die and colors (to match the JUGs colors).  I chose these colors this week and I just love them together so I had to use them on this card.  The roses look like they were stamped with black ink for the shading, but it's actually chocolate chip.  The new ink pad is so juicy and dark.  I miss the other SU ink pads!

Here's the JUGs colors.  You can play along here at Just Us Girls.

Thanks for stopping by again!
 
Recipe
Stamps:  Rosie Posie, Rosie Posie step 2, and Mega Mixed Messages (Papertrey Ink)
Paper:  Vintage cream, chocolate chip, kraft
Ink:  Real red, chocolate chip, baked brown sugar
Accessories:  Trefoil die, Rosie Posie dies, red pearls, circle and circle scallop dies, dimensionals
 
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7 comments:

Hannelie said...

In love with this one!

Marisa said...

Gorgeous, Lisa! Love the BG and the flowers are stunning.

Joan B said...

beautiful job!

Lynn said...

An absolutely beautiful anniversary card! I hope your in-laws have a wonderful day!

Michele (mitchygitchygoomy) said...

Love the rustic fall pallette with your gorgeous rose, Lisa. Way to crank out the cards:) congratulations to your in-laws. WOW! 59 years is quite an accomplishment.

Nancy said...

Both of your cards this week are great Lisa!! I especially like the background of this one...makes a killer Anniversary card which I think can be tough...and your previous card for JUGS ....I love that bold flower...I need to try other colors with flowers more...you did it beautifully!

Bev Gomez said...

Hey Lisa,
Thanks so much for your sweet comment on my Jugs card. I love the card you did too and that background is so cool. Thanks again.

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