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Happy Anniversary

ere is a Wedding Anniversary card that was commisoned this week my best friend at work, he asked if I had time to make a card for his lovely wife. This couple are so lovely it was really an honour to make it for him. Thankfully he is very pleased with it and I hope his wife likes it when it is handed over. Bless him, he has just brought a lovely bottle of Pinot Grigio Blush to my desk. I shall toast their anniversary while I sip it in my garden this weekend. All of it! The card is a lovely 8X8 white card from Craftwork Cards.
 
 The challenge this week over on Daring Cardmakers is a card to celebrate an Anniversary, I am happy to enter this card. Also over on the Allsorts Challenge blog they wanted to see a card with a tag or label on it.

Comments

Lynda said…
This is absolutely gorgeous Kathy - am sure his wife will love it. Thanks for joining in with us at Daring Cardmakers.

Love Lynda xxx
Anonymous said…
Its gorgeous, love the touch of gold on the embossing. :)
Mummylade said…
wow, really classy. Thank you so much for joining the tag/ticket challenge at Allsorts this week and good luck.
Junie Moon said…
Lovely card Kathy - really different and very classy x
Darcy said…
this is really lovely, very classy, def one to keep.
Rein said…
Gorgeous card, love the embossed heart!
Sam said…
It's such a beautiful card.
Virginia said…
This is absolutely gorgeous - thank you for sharing!
Jo said…
This is beautiful!

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