Monday, November 7, 2011

25 & Counting and Peek- a- boo frame

I'm back! Saturday was a wonderful day! It was my 28th Anniversary and the day that my daughter Jamie got married.  Saturday started with a snow storm, as we drove to the wedding we passed wreak after wreck, I was worried about the safety of the guests that were coming but all arrived safely.  It snowed the entire time we were inside for the ceremony but as soon as we came out the snow stopped. It was chilly taking pictures outside in several inches of snow but I think we had some lovely shots.  My daughter wanted to serve hot cocoa with mix ins and donut holes and cookies for her reception so the weather was perfect for that!  Everyone one seemed to enjoy themselves. . .

The wedding is over, unfortunately I was so busy with everything that I didn't take pictures of everything myself, so I will have to post later the things I did stamping on for the wedding when we get the proofs from the photographer.

On to the card. . .

  • I use Naturals white for the base of the card with a piece of  Holly Berry Bouquet DSP on the bottom half of the card.
  • I cut a Peek a boo frame out of Wild Wasabi CS and added it above the DSP.  I stamped Noel from Many Merry Messages (masking the edges) under the flap, in Cherry Cobbler.
  • I stamped day 25 from the 25 & Counting stamp set in Night of Navy with Cherry Cobbler on the 25 onto A scrap of Whisper White CS and punched it with the 1" square. I layered it onto a piece of Cherry Cobbler punched with the Postage Stamp punch then layered it again onto a Scallop Square of Whisper White and added it to the Peek a boo frame.
  • I added a Rhinestone to the star above the manger.
Have a great day, and go ahead and stamp something!

1 comment:

  1. So glad you enjoyed the wedding. My daughter got married last year and I did not take a single picture with my camera - but facebook was full of them and I have all the professional ones on a CD. I have enjoyed looking back at them often.
    And I would have totally loved the hot chocolate and donut holes :-)