Hi there 🙂 This card was specially made for an extra special couple. Both the bride and groom are the children of good friends from different periods of my life. It was amazing when I found out they found each other, and even more so watching their love blossom. The bride is a huge horse lover, and the groom has been a hockey goalie since he was about 3!! So, of course, I had to put together a card that really depicted the both of them! I had the Horseshoe and Rose image, from Just Inklined (sadly, this store has closed), and found a goalie stick image online, then merged them together. I added the sentiment before printing. I found out the wedding colors, and used that scheme to color this with my Copics.
After I finished coloring, I very carefully placed teeny tiny rhinestones around the flowers, to give a bit of bling. I matted the image with silver mirror card, and placed it on a background that I’d embossed with hearts. Some silver foil sticker corners finished the card off.
I’d like to enter this in the following:
Crafts Galore Encore – #108 February ATG
Corrosive Challenge Blog – #2 February ATG
Dream Valley Challenges – #287 Add Some Bling
C.R.A.F.T. Challenge – #667 Love/Valentine
Dare 2B Artsy – February – Love
Wow, what a beautiful love story, it seems to me that you have managed to reflect the perfect union of this couple. Result: Beautiful card and also very original!
Thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge Blog challenge. Good luck Ginny DT for
CRAFT Challenge Blog
Heel mooie kaart, bedankt om mee te doen, groetjes Darline
What a fabulous card, Susan, absolutely perfect for the bride and groom! It’s a really special creation, personalised exactly to the recipients! Thanks for joining in at Dream Valley.
love Mags B x
This is beautiful. I love the depth of the embossing.
Thank you so much for entering our challenge this week at CRAFT Challenge looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Hugs Sheryl CRAFT DT xx
Wonderful elegant creation! Thank-you for joining us at the Crafts Galore Encore Challenge February “ATG”.