Second Civil Union card

Hello everyone.  Here is today’s card and the second made for the civil ceremony that we will be attending this week.

My cousin requested that I make a card for her daughter in white and silver with a bow.  I used Spellbinders and had in mind some of the  demos that I have seen Sue Wilson creates.  The wide organza ribbon was from Hobbycraft and the heart buckle was from a bridal range brought from Polkadoodles some time ago.


The card will be entered into the following challenges: – monochromatic – rounding the corners – sentiments only – alt und lov – wedding card anything goes – monochrome – monochrome

What do you think? Please let me know as I am always delighted to read your comments.

Leona x x


14 thoughts on “Second Civil Union card

  1. Thank you for joining in our first challenge over on the brand new challenge blog ‘Just For Fun’. This months theme is Anything Goes.

    Absolutely stunning. Such a classy and elegant card that is delicate and pretty. Love the diecuts you have used so perfectly and the sentiment. I hope they love this card as much as I do.

    I hope you will keep popping back and joining us in our future monthly challenges.

    Hugs Lisa xxxxx Just For Fun DT member


  2. Lovely creation, thank you for joining us at CRAFT Challenge. Don’t forget to check back on Thursday to see if you have won or if you have been chosen in our Top3. Also don’t miss out on challenges and freebies on my digistamp blog.



  3. stunning, I just love the white on white! Thanks for playing along with us at Creative Creations Challenges with our ‘Monochromatic’ challenge! Good Luck, remember you can enter upto three times and we have a DT call 🙂 Hope to see you again soon xxx


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