Wednesday, 27 February 2013

A tiny touch of silver

A friend asked me to make a card for her husband to celebrate their 20th Anniversary... it doesn't seem two minutes since they were married, it must be a sign of old age on my part.
Among other accomplishments, he is a composer and so I wanted to get a little reference to music in somehow. I decided on this Sizzix embossing folder.The panel is from Spellbinders and the flourish (one and a half of them) I believe is from Dienamics.
I made the sentiment on the computer and added a couple of small die-cut hearts.
I have lost a new set of tiny heart dies, purchased recently from Simon Says Stamp and I'm really cross that I can't find them!!! I have only cut one set of hearts from them and now they're nowhere to be seen!
Casual Fridays - Hi Ho Silver


  1. Oh wow Chrissie this is so elegantly designed. Love the musical embossing.
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  2. This is so beautiful Chrissie!

  3. A fabulous card and I love the embossing folder you have used.
    Kath x

  4. Lovely card and the musical embossing is perfect - really elegant.

  5. So elegant, Chrissie and a beautiful layout with the greenery sweeping down over the music.
    Heather T

  6. Yep thats the trouble with tiny dies!!! I have a small strip of magnet stuck on my desk caddy for that very reason so they are off the desk but I don't have to bother putting them away instantly :0)
    Love the embossing across the base, such a pretty card :0)
    Jenny x

  7. What a gorgeous card Chrissie.

    Hugs Riet.xx

  8. This is beautiful Chrissie, so elegant, Jo x

  9. A simply beautiful card Chrissie.

    Love Sheila x

  10. This is so pretty! I love the touch of silver and the embossing folder is perfect! Thanks for playing along with us at CAS-ual Fridays!

  11. What a lovely design for a 20th anniversary! Pretty die cut for the sentiment!

  12. Stunning and beautifully elegant, Chrissie, love the way the leaves drift toward the music! Anita :)


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