Where has the summer gone? Life here as been some what chaotic. House work, gardens, weddings, funerals. You name it, we did it. So my Creativity in the “office” has been on a hiatus. I was so happy to get back in there.

This is a wedding card I did using the Die~namites Sketch Challenge this month. I Love how this card turned out.

Congrats 1

Very elegant and pretty. The dare was to doddle…….not much of a doodler here but I did add a little flourish in each of the corners.

Congrats closeup

I used the Heart Flourish Die on some of Oma’s old piano paper. Mental note: Oma’s piano paper very delicate with this die.

Congrats closeup 1

I added some Shimmerz to the flowers to give them some extra texture and dimension.


I love making my own envelopes. I doodled on the inside of the envelope also and made it to match the card. Love it.

Thank you for taking the time to stop by. Hopefully I will be back in my inside “office” more. I just need some more rainy days.


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JulySDC dienamites 2015

Supplies Used:

Paper: Lemon Craft House of Roses Music of the Soul, Prima Debutante, Pink Cardstock, White Cardstock; Stencil: Prima Lace; Inks/Sprays/Paints: Prima ColorBloom Ginger Coral, Fluid Chalk Ink Olive Vine, Raspberry Pie, Shimmerz Paints: Blingz Pixie Dust, ColorBox Archival Dye Suede, Stampin’ Up Primrose Petals, Pear Pizzazz; Stamp: JustRite Royal Antique Labels One; Flowers: Prima Kindled Alabaster, Florella, Mon Ami Gabby White Paper Blooms; Embellishments: Prima Trim Sprout Wire Thread, May Arts Ribbon Ivory Burlap String, Prima Micro Beads Blush; Die: Dienamites Heart Flourish, Just Rite Antique Labels One; Other Supplies: Dreamweaver Stencil Embossing Paste, Golden Artist Soft Gel.

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1 Response to Congratulations

  1. Malugomez says:

    I really love how you work with the sketch and the die cuts that you use. Your card is gorgeous. Thank you for joining with us at DieNamites Challenge! Good luck! Martha Lucia, DT

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