Saturday, June 15, 2019

50 :)

Hi everyone :)

I wanted to share a card I made for my in-laws who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary yesterday :)

I had some little chipboard chalkboards that had silver around the edges, so I added some gold Stickles to cover it, since the 50th anniversary is the 'golden' one :) Then I added some American Crafts rub ons and the '50' is from an older Thickers set :)






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13 comments:

  1. beautiful card, very elegant.. congrats to your in-laws!!

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  2. gorgeous, love all the sparkle!
    Congrats to your in-laws, that's awesome!

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  3. What a beautiful card for such a wonderful occasion! Love all the sparkle and fantastic colors!

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  4. Saw their photo on Facebook yesterday, Julie! What a cute couple! Wonderful and thoughtful card! See you later :)

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  5. This is so pretty! Gotta love that sparkle! Bet the folks really cherish this one! Hugs...!

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  6. Happy Anniversary to your in-laws. This is one fabulous card.

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  7. Beautiful!!! Congrats to them on 50 years :):)

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  8. LOVE all the gold shimmery bits! What a great milestone...congrats to your in-laws!

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  9. Wow! The sparkle on this is fantastic!

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  10. So Pretty! Love the gold and the flower!

    Theresa

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  11. Perfect! The gold glitter is so beautiful and love how you turned a silver frame into a gold one... I'd never have guessed it wasn't always like that. Awesome card! (Um... I think you're officially a cardmaker now...just sayin')

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  12. All of the sparkles are just perfect for a 50th anniversary! BEAUTIFUL card, Julie!

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