Friday, July 15, 2016

Curtain Call: Wishing You



Pat has two cousins getting married this summer:  one in August and one on Labor Day weekend. Unfortunately, we are only going to be able to make one of them...but I was in need of cards for them both.  And...the Curtain Call:  Unicorn challenge was the perfect challenge to play along.  I loved the boarded background and used that inspiration to score the white background panel. At first, I planned on making a baby card, but quickly switched to the wedding card and picked up the pinks and oranges.  I love this gorgeous heart and fabulous sentiments from Verve.


15 comments:

Happy Dance said...

Good Morning Sweet Lynn! Which ever of Pat's cousins receive this card will be thrilled; it is a beautiful wedding card. Wonderful beadboard background, and the heart wreath is lovely and delicate. And the touch of orange is perfectly and wonderfully you! Gorgeous card. Love it! Bev

Karen B. said...

This is a gorgeous card for a wedding, sounds like you will have a busy remaining summer!

Betty Wright said...

Love this design! Great touches of color!

Lisa said...

What a pretty card Lynn! Perfect for either cousin!

Marisa said...

Gorgeous! You have coloured that heart so well! They are sure to love this!

Hannelie said...

This is beautiful Lynn, so delicate! I love the scored BG! Perfection my friend!

Julee (Vervegirl) said...

So gorgeous, Lynn!

Maureen said...

The bit of colouring on the heart just brings it to life! Great take on the score lines...cool! Ox

sandie said...

Gorgeous heart and wonderful score lines x

Gerrina said...

Such a beautiful take on the challenge; it is soft and so elegant! Hugs, Gerrina

Tracey McNeely said...

Lynn you heart wreath is beautiful, so soft and delicate!

Rose said...

Very pretty card! Love the paneled background look.

Anita in France said...

Soft, delicate and so very pretty, Lynn ... such a gorgeous heart wreath against the white beadboard! Hugs, Anita :)

Bobby said...

Your heart-shaped wreath is perfect for a wedding card, Lynn. Scoring the background really sets it off beautifully.

Diane Jaquay said...

This is really lovely, Lynn! The scoring is a wonderful touch, I need to remember to try this!