Friday, March 2, 2018

Anniversary Wishes for The Paper Players #382

Good morning friends.  I am sharing another anniversary card I made for a couple at church.  I have 4 more to make for March.  I used the sketch from The Paper Players.
I used the retired SU Secret Garden for the flowers and leaves and stamped them in Pumpkin Pie and Pear Pizzazz inks.  I die cut them with the matching dies, and mounted them with foam tape.  I added a glittered enamel dot to the centers.  The sentiment is from Verve Love Story (sorry it is discontinued). I stamped it on a Wonky Stitched Rectangle from MFT and matted it with black.  The pattern paper is from a Recollections 6x6 pad and the center strip is MFT Natural CS.

ETA:  My card was chosen as a Cut Above at The Paper Players.
Thanks so much for stopping by.  Have a wonderful day.

Happy Stamping,
JoAnn

9 comments:

  1. I love the colors and the stripes with the flowers. Your garland at the top of the focal layer is fabulous. So glad you joined us at the Paper Players this week
    jaydee

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  2. JoAnn I love the bright orange blooms - your card is so cheery! The garland frames your sentiment panel beautifully and the stripes are the perfect compliment. Thanks for joining us over at The Paper Players this week!

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  3. Beautiful anny card JoAnn! I love the blooms.Thanks for playing along at the Paper Players!

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  4. LOVE how you co-ordinated the flowers and papers! PRETTY card!

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  5. A beautiful anniversary card! Love these pumpkin colored flowers and the layout! Have a great weekend, my friend!

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  6. Hi JoAnn! This is so pretty, I love the arch of flowers and cheerful colors. So glad you made use of my sketch at The Paper Players!

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  7. On my way to make a comment on STB, I saw this pretty pretty card, and had to tell you that I loved it too.

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  8. Beautiful use of the sketch! Love the orange and the cascading flowers :)

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  9. Such a beautiful card. Love those orange flowers.

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