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All That Scraps April Preview Day 2

Please click HERE for the Perfect Paper Crafting and Faber-Castell Blog Hop.

Hello!  All That Scraps is previewing Lil Lads and Lolitas, Mashi and Drozy's Darlings stamps today.  We're continuing with the love and marriage theme.

My card features Bride Lilith and the sentiment is from Wedding Labels.  I wanted to give her dress an antique-y look.  Have you seen that show, Something Borrowed, Something New where a bride has to decide between a new wedding dress or a remade dress passed down from her grand/mother?  It's such a neat show to see how the designer can rethink that old dress into something new.  I don't know if my daughter would want to wear my old wedding dress.  I'd probably want her to get something a bit more modern.  The dresses these days seem so much nicer!  And more expensive too.

Please head over to the All That Scraps blog to see more of the preview!  We'll be back tomorrow for a Sweet November preview.

Thanks for stopping by!


Gorgeous. You did such a gorgeous job of coloring her up.
Cheryl said…
Pretty card! Love the antique-y vibe with the doily, ribbon and embellies, and of course your coloring!
Rachel Parys said…
Yes!! Me and Maddie watch that show all of the time! We always try to predict what they are going to choose! lol! This is really pretty! I have the worst time making wedding cards, and I actually need to make one soon! Thanks for the inspiration!
Jean Bullock said…
Sorry to comment here. I came by for the Perfect Paper and Faber-Castell Blog Hop but you do not have a comment link on that post. Hopefully, you can update your page to fix that, but just in case I wanted to let you know how beautiful and elegant your first two samples were and how cute and fun your early Halloween card was.
Annie H. said…
I agree with Jean. I apologize for commenting here, but you didn't leave a link for comments on your post for the Perfect Paper and Faber-Castell Blog Hop. I hope you get it fixed soon, and I hope our posts here still count. I truly like how you created your cards using the tools. They're beautiful!
Denice said…
What a fab doily works perfect here with this great image. I agree, the dresses seem so much nicer now that when I got married 25 years ago!
Leanne said…
Very pretty!! Grunge-y vintage... awesome!

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