Wednesday, 16 May 2012

Bubble Bath


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I have a card to show you today that I made for my Brother's wedding anniversary. I had planned to use the bubble bath stamp from Lili of the Valley but left it until the last minute as usual so I used the die cut version of that same stamp, they are so great for a quick card.





The card is core'dinations and the lace is from The Ribbon Girl





The little wooden buttons were bought at the NEC and the flowers were in my stash, they are cream so I inked them with a bit of vintage photo distress ink.

I made a little tag using a doohickey die and stamped a sentiment on it from the Lili of the Valley love sentiments sheet.





Thanks for calling by and enjoy the rest of your evening x

7 comments:

  1. Really gorgeous card Anne,
    HUGZ Fleur xXx

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  2. Hi Anne,
    Well I think this is one of my favourites that you have done, so many textures and layers. Love it.
    All the best Linda x

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  3. This is beautiful Anne and I love the distressed flowers (that doesn't sound quite right lol)! Susan x

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  4. great card Anne.. Such a cute image..love your layout and embellys too.

    hugs kelly

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  5. Gorgeous card Anne, I'd say your brother and his wife loved it! Those flowers are gorgeous and I love your little tag, it's so romantic!

    Tags xx

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  6. Love the colours and the way you have inked the edge of the doily. The lace works so well. lovely card.

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  7. ooh what a gorgeous card and cute image. I so love the flowers xx

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