While I was making this card, I found that I was singing the lovely old song "Forever and Ever, Our Hearts Will be True" over and over. September is always the most popular month in which to have a wedding here in Australia (although ours was in July), it being the first month of Spring.
I made this twisted easel card for Emily, a lovely young lady we have known since she was a little girl, and Phil, her bridegroom, who we have never met.
I cut the die-cut for our personal message with Spellbinders Nestabilities 'Lacey Circles'.
I think I must have been having a 'senior moment' when I took the photos, because I didn't take a piccie of the card lying flat - the vertical portion at the back is also decorated - you can just see the tip of a flower peeking out. I present all my dimensional cards in clear acetate boxes, so when this card is flat, the entire 'front' is decorated as if it is a flat card. (I have not explained myself very articulately, but I am sure you will know what I am trying to say).
I would like to enter this card in the following challenges -
The Crafty Pad #189 - 'Inspired By a Song' (Forever and Ever) (Top 5)
The Squirrel and the Fox #27 - 'Celebrate the Occasion'
My Mum's Craft Shop #75 - 'Hearts and Flowers'
Little Claire's Designs #25 - 'Stand Up Straight'
Raise The Bar #112 - 'Damask or Swirls' (Winner)
Until next time, thank you for visiting,