Wednesday, August 8, 2018

FMS349 Wedding Congrats

Hi peeps!  Just a quick post today before heading off to the pool.  The FMS sketch is a nice simple one:

and it is perfect for showing off these gorgeous Petal Promenade DSPs!!!  I need a wedding card for the end of the month, so I thought this would be a great sketch for it:

The paper does most of the work; I did add a Congratulations sentiment (Flourishing Phrases) and some little vellum doodads.  I diecut them from the Flourishes die set, then colored them with Old Olive and Calypso Coral blends...the alcohol inks dry very quickly!  I adhered them under a little piece of Mossy Meadow ribbon:

A quick sentiment on the inside and it was done!!  Thanks for popping in today; enjoy your day and be blessed!  And here are a few more birthday cards:

This cheerful, colorful one is from my friend Joan:

And I've never been able to master a waterfall card, but Teri did an awesome cool!

Another fun fold from my friend Kim:

And this beauty from my friend Sally...just love these colors!

Thanks, ladies!  You bright a smile to my face and make getting older a little easier!

We played "beauty salon" the other day and I gave Cassidy a manicure:

She saw a hack where you put your freshly-manicured fingers in an ice bath for a minute, and it cures them quickly....I think she forgot that putting your fingers in ice water for that length of time is pretty chilly!!!

That nail polish lasted less than a day, LOL!  So much for that hack!


Linda Callahan said...

Great way to use that paper! I’m so going to copy you!

Patti said...

Your wedding card is stunning. Oh what beautiful DSP accomplishes. Love it.

Dawn Tidd said...

Gorgeous card, LeAnne! I think that DSP is perfect for a wedding card and your banner across it looks great with the pretty colored vellum! I will not try that hack! Lol

Lisa Elton said...

You turned that nice simple sketch into a very pretty card! The happy couple will love it. You played beauty salon, we played pre-school!!

Kampin' Karen said...

Wonderful use of my fave DSP. Cool hack, but good to know it doesn't work. My finger tips are relieved!

Karren said...

That patterned paper is just gorgeous, LeAnne, and what a stunning wedding card it makes! Thanks so much for joining us at Freshly Made Sketches.