Thursday, January 10, 2019

Anniversary Card

It's my 27th wedding anniversary tomorrow, and I wanted to make a card for my hubby that wasn't too frilly yet expressed my appreciation for him. Using a sketch from Try Stampin' on Tuesday, I created a bold black and white design with just a tiny pop of color. Here's hoping he likes it!
Feel So Blessed stamp set
For Always papers
Black & White Daisy cardstock
Black ink
ShinHan Touch Twin marker
Gold metallic marker
White Daisy organdy ribbon
Cricut Art Philosophy cartridge: tag
Cricut Artbooking cartridge: couple
Challenges: The Paper Girls #167 - Black & White
Pattern: Try Stampin' on Tuesday #390


Krafty Kaylin said...

Hi Cheryl
Sorry you had trouble linking. I have taken care and added your card. Can I ask how you were trying to do it? We are testing out a different tool and I just want to try to see what may have been the issue or if i can give a suggestion for the future. Thanks for commenting the link so we didnt miss out on your entry. Thanks so much for being part of the challenge. Your card is very lovely!

Cheryl Even said...

Hi Kaylin. I just clicked on the link tool and instead of a field asking for the url, it asked me to sign in with my user name and password. I tried several times and couldn't get it to work. Hopefully it was just a fluke!

Donna Scholz said...

Cheryl - your card is really creative! I love how you used our sketch and made it your own with the black & white patterned papers. Really an eye catching combo! Thank you for sharing your taents with us at Try Stampin' on Tuesday! -Donna

Heather said...

Oh, lovely! I think you hit just the right touches for your anniversary - I always struggle with going to frilly myself for mine, lol. This looks perfect! Thanks so much for playing at TSOT!

Diana Soling said...

Cheryl this is such a sweet anniversary card. I love how you have the arrow pointing to the couple. Thanks for joining us at TSOT!

Brittany M. said...

Happy Anniversary, Cheryl!!!! You did a fabulous job on this card - no frills, but amazing! I'm sure your husband loved it. Thank you so much for playing along with us Paper Girls in our Black and White challenge! Hope to see more of your work again soon!