Friday, May 23, 2014

At The Alter

I had a few spare minutes today and thought I would
enter the challenge at Joan's Touch
The challenge is"
Use a die as an outline
Use Black on the card
Add embellishments
and a product sold at Joan's Garden's

I amusing the Frantic Stamper wedding couple
 We learned how to make a gorgeous card at Joan's last Saturday
and I have based my card on that, though not near as gorgeous a the one we made

I used a couple different Spellbinder dies to make the card top and bottom
as a "whole" piece if that makes sense.
I added some bling and cut the cutest little stained glass window with an
Impression Obsession die, mounted it on some Scor-Tape paper, 
added some micro fine glitter and colored on top of that with my SU markers.
It is a rather simple card, but wouldn't it make pretty table markers for a wedding
if you cut it a bigger size...or even used for seating arrangements at a bridal shower.

Well, have to run, have a commitment this afternoon and then outside to plant some things!!


Nancy Hill said...

Love your wedding card. Very unique and beautiful.

Lisa said...

Oh wow, this is so gorgeous!! I love the bride and groom!! They are so fabulous!! The stained glass window looks amazing!! This is stunning my friend!! Love it!! I hope you have have fun planting!! It's gorgeous here today - a perfect day to be outside!! Have a fabulous Memorial Day weekend :)

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ednamburgess said...

WOW! This card is gorgeous. You hit the nail on the head with this one. Edna

Shirley said...

How very clever and beautiful too! I really like how you did the alter and the wonderful colors you chose! What a keepsake!

Ros Crawford said...

How lovely!! Such a wonderful design and I love the silhouettes ... Have a beautiful weekend!

Darlene said...

OMG!!! Look at you go ... this is FABULOUS! I just LOVE the wedding scene you've created! The stain glass window is PERFECT on this fancy fold creation and such a lovely couple! FANTASTIC!!

ellyscard creatief said...

Beautiful card.
Gr Elly

Leslie Miller said...

Oh, my gosh! A few spare minutes? Really? Amazingly awesome!

Joan Fricker said...

Wow is right. Gorgeous card Diane. Love the stain glass and that bride die is beautiful. Great job.
Thanks for joining us at Joan's Touch for this week's challenge.