Monday, May 26, 2014

An Anniversary Card for my Sweet Husband

I can't help but gush when I talk about how much I love my husband. But I'll restrain myself lol. It was our 21st celebration. How quickly the years have flown by.

Stamp Sets: "Life is Good" and "Country Roads" by Theresa Momber for GKD
Tree stamps: B&B stamps (red rubber, premounted wood stamps) I think they're very old
Cardstock: 120# base and 80# layering weight GKD Pure Luxury White; DCWV dark brown for layering
Stamped with Memento London Fog gray ink
Colored with Prismacolor Pencils
Snow made by Signo Gel Pen in white
Mod Podge and snow gel mixed and splattered with paint brush






Thank you very much for stopping by!

5 comments:

  1. OMG!! Seriously Rosy, this is awe-some and then some! Wow! Colored pencils, gel pen, mod podge and snow gel, you are a card artist and no mistake! (I always loved it when Samwise Gamgee said that, hehe.) I could never do anything like that. I think I made a total of three landscape type cards and suffered severe hair loss after each! This is just beautiful! I wanna be there.....NOW! (while my AC is still blowing after midnight)

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  2. What a beautiful winter wonderland you created. I love how your mixed media turned out as it is so realistic. It reminds me of the beauty of winter and even though I complain about too much of a winter season I do know it is a beautiful season as well. You rocked that and I bet your hubby adored it too! You can see all the love you put into this scene.

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  3. WOW!!! Rosie this is awesome! The mixed media makes it look so real. I'm sure your husband loved it. One thing though....it doesn't look very Hawiianish LOL

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  5. Had to delete the first comment. Spelling error that was not good. Nope, not cutting the nails either.,
    Beautiful. Would never have thought to do it as a snow scene. You do such gorgeous work my friend, hugz

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Your kind comments really encourage me! Mahalo nui loa!