Wednesday, October 19, 2016


A friend of mine has a granddaughter getting married.  She asked me to make a card for her.  

I hope she likes it.  She is blind so she has to see it with her hands.  I've added some textures so she can see it.   This is the first time I have used my Vellum paper and the stamp that's on it.  I really like how it's suttle but still has the textures for her to feel.

Thanks so much for visiting today and have a blessed day!

Card Recipe

Image - Wedding Couple from Aurora Wings
Coloring mediums - Copic markers, Glastique, Stickles
Papers - Bearly Mine, ANW Crestwood, Pretty Little Studio, generic
Sentiment - Digital Doodling
Flower bling - Mon Ami Gabby
Stamp - Stampin' Up
Embossing powder - American Crafts Zing!
Pearls - Queen & Co.
Lace - Crafty Ribbons

Challenges Entered

Addicted to Stamps #133 - Embossing wet or dry
The Ribbon Girl - Use any image
Aurora Wings October #38 - Anything goes
Word Art Wednesday #252-253 - Always anything goes
Crop Stop October #21 - Always anything goes
Crafty Catz #342 - All tied up
Fussy and Fancy #174 - Bingo (flowers, lace, pearls)
Digi Design - Add a sentiment
Nordsalten #148 - Pearls
Stamp Sun #176 - Anything goes
DL Art October - Always anything goes
Happy Little Stampers Dies October - Anything goes


brenda said...

It's a really beautiful image Robin and lovely font as well and how nice that you added textures so the bride can see her pretty card with her fingers.

B x

Mitzi Sato-Wiuff said...

This is a gorgeous wedding card, Robin. You colored the Wedding Couple image so beautifully, and I love the vellum detail - subtle and elegant. And most importantly, it's beautiful that you created this card in such a way that the bride will be able to see with her fingers. I'm sure this will be a much treasured keepsake for the couple. Thank you for joining our ATG challenge at Aurora Wings with your beautiful creation! Mitzi xx

Gina Knott said...

This is beautiful Robin! The image is gorgeous and the design and details finish it off perfectly. Thank you for sharing with us at the Ribbon Girl, good luck and I hope you will join us again.
Gina xx

Lisa said...

Oh wow, Robin, this is absolutely stunning!! The bride and groom are so gorgeous!! You colored them beautifully!! I love the pretty papers and flower!! This is spectacular my friend!! It will be treasured!! Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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Cornelia (fun stamping) said...

This is one totally AWESOME wedding card! Thanks so much for playing along with us at HLS!

Amy Seigler said...

I'm sure your friend and her granddaughter is absolutely going to love this card! It's Beautiful!!! I love how the image is on the vellum and all the textures really make this card pop. You did a Beautiful job and should be very Proud of yourself! Thanks for playing with us at Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies!

Min hobbyverden said...

Wonderful card!
Thanks for joining NSHK.
Smile from DT-Ane Lene said...

Abeautiful card did you make Robin. Clever idea to make some texture on the card so your friend can feel it.
Thank you for joining the challenge at Addicted To Stamps Challengeblog.
Greetings Miranda (dt ATSC)

cotnob said...

This is a beautiful card, such a fabulous image.
Thank you for joining us at Di's Digi Designs.
I have candy on my blog if you would like to take a look - Crafting with Cotnob

Dr Sonia S V said...

WOW this is so elegant Robin and love the pearl spray you added
Dr Sonia

DonnaMundinger said...

What a gorgeous wedding card, Robin! Love your paper and the sheer vellum oval with the stamping behind the couple is so elegant. Beautiful papers and embellies and your coloring is fabulous. I'm sure you friend was thrilled. Thanks so much for joining our ATG challenge at Aurora Wings. xxD

Lisa said...

Hello my friend!! Thank you for your sweet comments on my card today!! I appreciate it so much!! I wanted to answer your question about the DecoArt Snow Writer...I get mine at Hobby Lobby. They keep it in the section with craft paint and stencils. It actually comes in a bottle and the package hangs on the wall (if that makes sense!!) You can get it online at places like Joann and Amazon. It's not very expensive...around $4.00. I keep a long straight pin in the end of it because it gets clogged easily. Here's a link so you can see what the bottle looks like:

I love using it!! If you have any other questions, don't hesitate to ask. You can email me too at indymermaid(at)gmail(dot)com. Have a great day!! Big hugs :)

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