February 16, 2017

So In Love

Well happy Thursday everyone. Another snowy day here in CNY...I think we're trying to set a record? I read somewhere just the other day, that Redfield,NY which is the next town over about 10 mile away has had over 350" already this year and counting and sadly we're not too far behind. The article also stated that this area here on the Tug Hill has more snow than Alaska and we are currently holding the award for snowiest region in the USA! Yuk...who wants to be noted for that? Apparently, there is only one other city/town that gives this area a run for their money in the snow department and it was a city/town in Michigan near Lake Superior, but currently, this winter we are ahead of them! Needless to say, I would be more than glad to send then the snow so they can win!

Anyhoo, on a positive note, all this snow sure does make for productivity in the craft room. And today's card I made for my mom and dad for their 48th wedding anniversary. I know right? It's pretty amazing to say the least today. Unfortunately, so many don't make it that long in their relationships. I am very fortunate that my parents live by example and it is them that I model my own marriage of which I am proud to say we celebrated 23 years in December...Not bad eh? Well, here is the card that I made for mom and dad:
Stamps: So In Love
Paper: Crumb Cake 8 1/2" x 5 1/2" and scrap large enough to fit the die; Falling in Love DSP 5 1/4" x 4"
Ink: Basic Black Archival Ink
Misc: So Detailed Thinlits; Big Shot; Basic Pearls; Fast Fuse Adhesive

Run the scrap Crumb Cake cardstock through the Big Shot and stamp the sentiment in the center. Add 3 tiny pearls and score the right end of the die cut piece. Layer the DSP onto the card base using Fast Fuse and apply adhesive onto the center of the die cut and on the right "end piece" and adhere to the center of the card.

A very simple card that packs a lot of elegant punch. The Detailed thinlits will make any card look intricate and amazing. I hope you enjoyed today's card. Please let me know your thoughts and leave a comment below. I love hearing what you think.
Thanks for stopping by and have a great day!
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