Okay I know a very simple card but I wanted to remind you or tell you that you can color those new rhinestones that Stampin' Up! (finally) carries with a Sharpie. No longer to worry about not having the right color. Love it! I used a blue Sharpie for these rhinestones on this card. I just did a quick card to show you how fun it is.
Sunday, October 17, 2010
Our neighbors daughter Katelyn was married yesterday and beings we were all dressed up, I thought it was the perfect time for a family photo. Love it! The wedding was beautiful and her colors were black and red so this is the card I made for the happy couple.
This card is CASE'd from 'cmb268' on Splitcoast. I changed the supplies a little and I love how it turned out. The saying is from an old Stampin Up set called Ever After.
I got a little slack at the SU regional this weekend about updating my blog. Sorry it took me so long ladies (sometimes I feel like I am talking to myself on here).......
Supplies: All SU unless otherwise noted- stamps Elements of Style & Ever After, Ink-my new fav Cherry Cobbler, stazon black, Martha Stewart border punch, White Satin ribbon, pearls, Groom DSP-retired.