Wednesday, November 11, 2009

Anniversary Card for my Daughter & Son (in-law)

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The sentiment on the front of the card and here is something I came up with on my own. It's what I think many people feel about quilts. And since beauty and health don't last forever, I would hope this is how we would feel about our mate as the years go by.

I actually made this card the end of September, but I've not posted it yet. I made it for my daughter and son (in-law) for their 9th anniversary. My daughter really likes quilts, and this is supposed to look like a bargello quilt. I'm not real pleased with it because I feel that I made the strips a little too large. I didn't use Cricut, but did use Cuttlebug to emboss some of the paper. I like to add scriptures to the back of my cards, and have done so for over 20 years. I try to pick ones that work with the occasion. And I thought this was very appropriate.

7 comments:

Clare said...

Just so much lovely detail.
Beautiful.

iluvmybugs said...

Hi DJ!! Just read your sweet message on the Cricut Message Board and your link took me right to your blog!!! (It works fine). You've made some really pretty cards and I hope you will join us at Cricut Cardz Challenge and also at Paper Cutz Challenge (I'm a DT member there, too)!!

Hugs,
Terry

TropicLuv said...

Very, very nice! Your sentiment is just lovely, it says it all! Super job! ALoha..

moknowsall said...

love your blog. i like how all of your cards are different --- shows your multi-talented side....love the flowers card especially.

Maureen

Sarah B. said...

You have the most amazing imagination! I would have never thought up something so neat.

Dawn said...

DJ, thanks for your sweet comment on the blog hop! Your cards are wonderful...I love this quilt!

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