Tuesday 14 August 2012

Anniversary and challenge card

I made this for my son's wedding anniversary.
I never know what to do about this card as he and my lovely DIL Sara are always on holiday in Spain when their anniversary rolls round!
Do I give it them before the day? Do I give it to them AFTER the day?
Well, I thought I may as well ask them which would be best and got told that the cards would be something to look forward to when they got home, so problem solved.

The heart is a from a Nellie Snellen die set.
The EF is by Couture Creations and is called 'Swept Away'.
A brad and a ribbon finished it off.
I'm also entering this card in the Crazy For Challenges CFC149
The challenge is 'White on white with only your image having a slash of colour'.
Let's hope my heart counts as the image.
Take care and enjoy your day!


Unknown said...

perfect viv...they wil love it hunnie ...hugs sassyxx

Kim H said...

Viv ~ OMG ~ so elegant and CAS looking! Simply BEAUTIFUL!!! WOW! I would have said to give it to them when they got home ~ seems to be the right answer! LOL!

Unknown said...

hey grotters wheres the rest on my message..my comptors been playing silly beggers wanted to ask if alls ok ..anyways its ok now i hope at the mo ...the computor that is..so hope it posts proper loves yer sassxxxxx

Marisa said...

Love the white on white and the pop of red is stunning. Sure they will love it :) I vote for after the fact - always nice to stretch things out a bit LOL! I loved my vacation in Spain when I worked in Europe that one year! Costa Del Sol all the way :)

Jackie said...

Oh wow Viv, this is gorgeous. Lots of lovely cards since my last visit, still catching up post Olympics!
See you Sunday :o)]
Jackie xx

Beth Norman said...

How beautiful. The pop of red against the white is "wow." I love how the bg is embossed.

Janice W. said...

Hi Viv! I love this card! Great embossing folder! Happy Anniversary to your son and DIL! Thanks for the nice comments on my blog! Love you! Janice

Renee said...

This is beautiful Viv! I love the embossed back ground and how the red heart pops…fantastic!