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Saturday, September 17, 2016


Hello Everyone!
Today I have a card to share that was created for a beautiful young lady who lives across the street and  just got engaged.  What an exciting time for her & her family.  I know the wedding is going to be super amazing so I'll have to be thinking about an awesome wedding card but that's a year away so I have some time!  LOL

 The dies I have used today are:

Sue Wilson Designs - Spanish Collection - Background

Avery Elle - Sentimentals
 I have covered the beautiful center on this frame this time around, so that the lovely script sentiment would stand out against the solid panel.

A little faux stitching with a white Gelly Roll pen and matching satin ribbon tied into a love knot was all that was necessary to complete this encouraging engagement card.

Although it doesn't show up well in the above photo, the embossing on this Sue Wilson die is beautiful and this die cut panel could easily stand alone on a card with maybe just a little flower in the center diamond panel.

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