This is a card that I had published for a sketch challenge with the Australian Cardmaking, Stamping & Papercraft magazine. Sketches aren’t easy for me but I was determined to make this one work. And how better than to use AnnaBelle Stamps!
I’m on holidays this week and so far focusing on the Christmas cards so not much to share at the moment. I just got home from Zumba and now it’s out to Yum Cha….. I’ll try and come back real soon, but the beach is totally callling. Hope you are having a great week!
Other Supplies: Pink ribbon, Kaisercraft Champagne Pearls.
13 thoughts on “Mr & Mrs”
Congratulations on another publication. Well done.
Oh it is so sweet and classy Therese. Love the image and papers and how you did the sentiment. Congratulations.
Zumba/Yum Cha/Beach – sounds like a great day to me! Enjoy your break – only 7 days and I’ll be on hols too :-))) Amazing card too – love the cut out centre.
Beautiful, Therese – the soft pink and gray are so pretty!
Sounds like you are making the most of your holiday – YAY!!
Gorgeous Therese and congrats on the publication. Enjoy the beach and your week off 🙂
Kudos to you for not skipping Zumba on your vacation 😉 We’re doing a squat challenge in our class…daily, working up to 100 by the 31st. I can still feel the burn from yesterday 😉
Love the pearls & ribbon – and the super classy colour combo!
Those love birds are adorable and the die cute are so fun! Perfect paper too. 🙂 Enjoy the beach!
how fun you are taking Zumba…hope you are enjoying it..
This card is lovely..
Love this!! Great papers and design Therese!!
Sounds like you are really enjoying your Holidays! Terrific colors and the two tiny hearts stamped inside the cage are super sweet!
Still can’t get used to you yearning for the beach this time of year….. last place I’d want to be doing here in blighty…. we had snow today!!!
Such a pretty card, the cage sits so perfectly in the aperture :0)
This is awesome Therese!!! I am constantly asked to make wedding cards, I just found my next inspiration and CASE-lol!
You have use one of my favourite sets Therese. A great mix of patterns and shapes to create interest on your card.