Autumn Anniversary Card

Just a short post of an anniversary card I made for my cousin.  Somewhere, and I forgot where, there's a challenge to use layers on a card and I got the idea of using another multi-cut  image from the Preserves cartridge-this time a lid, to make a large sunflower.

I used the sunburst cut also from Preserves for the "leaves".  I put the flower cuts through assorted cuttlebug folders to heighten the layering.

There isn't any yellow card stock, I guess the lighting  from the camera flash made the orange turn yellow???

The corner elements are made from one small gold doily cut into quarters.  I embossed "Happy Anniversary" in gold from a Michaels dollar bin stamp.  Tim Holtz antique photo ink and Dazzle gold gems are the rest of the decor.  This is a 5" by 5" card made with Color Bok card stock.

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  1. Wow...that's beautiful! So many gorgeous rich textures. I love it!

  2. Very pretty, I like how you did the corners from a doily, how clever!

  3. very nice! Love the colors!

    Happy Halloween!



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