Friday, April 5, 2013

White On White Anniversary

Wow, it sun shining here in my little part of Ohio!  The temperatures are finally staying above 40* during the day although at night it is still dipping down to the 20* mark.  It is soooo nice to see the sun though but I still love winter and the beautiful snow, but it is time for the warmer temps. and sun.  Anyways, I finally did it!  Aren't you proud of me?  I successfully made a white on white card without adding any color!  That was really difficult for me to do.  If you take a look at all my cards you will see that I LOVE lots of color and the more bold in color the better!  LOL  So yes, this card was hard for me!  :-)   I have always wanted to make one and I just felt like I would never succeed at it.  Well, with the help of wonderful Cricut and some "fancy" cuts and lots of layers and dimensional tape, I was able to pull it off!
I did make this card for my Sister and her hubby for their wedding anniversary.  They have had some huge hurdles/hoops to go through with struggles and changes in life and they are still managing to hold onto the marriage that God gave them.  They are growing closer to God and to each other as  they enter this new phase of their relationship/marriage.  I pray that their love for each other and for God will continue to grow stronger and have a deeper passion.  I am proud of them both.  May God bless them with many more years of greater love for each other.

I used:
White Card Stock
A Child's Year Cricut Cartridge
Potpourri Basket Cricut Cartridge
Cuttlebug Folders:  Love's In the Air, D'vine Swirl, and Polka Dots
Stickles: Crystal
Dimensional tape
White Ribbon from my stash
Stamp Sentiment from Hobby Lobby

Here is a closer look at all the layers and embossing!
Thank you so much for stopping in! 
I hope you have a day filled with many blessings!