Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Wedding 2

Well, here I am again! I just had to create this card before the day was out.

Look familiar? It should! I created the same card a few days ago but in different colors (lavender, cream and white). The directions for a card in the Exploring Cricut and More Challenge required a wedding card in black, white and one other color to make it pop. The other card I had created was in the wrong colors for the Challenge, so I did it again but in red, black and white. I've chosen to enter this card into the Challenge at Exploring Cricut and More.

This card is a totally different look. For some weddings it might be appropriate, for others, maybe not so much. I like both of the cards, they are just different. It's amazing how one color can make such a huge difference!

I used the same materials: the Wedding/Marriage Solutions Cricut Cartridge, the doily border punch and the sentiment from Vogue Vases 2 by Theresa Momber at Gina K Designs. The paper I used in the machine and border punch is from Cricut, too.

Thank you for stopping by again today! It's been a busy day so far! I really appreciate your visits and comments and hope to see you again soon!


  1. Lovely card, Sharon--very striking design!

    Thank you for stopping by, I appreciate your visit!


  2. Such a pretty wedding card. That red really does pop.

  3. Beautiful! Love the classic color combo, and the great border. Thanks for joining us at Exploring Cricut and More this week!

  4. So very pretty!!! Love the cuts and those doves are just wonderful with the heart. Thank you so very much for joining our 'Wedding' challenge at Exploring Cricut and More!!!! :)

  5. Love this, Sharon! It can't be wrong with black and red! :) Thanks so much for playing with us at CASology. May

  6. So glad you entered again!!! I loved that card and it is a great one. Thanks for joining us at Exploring Cricut and More.

  7. Another beautiful card my dear. I think black, white and a splash of color is perfect for a wedding card.

  8. Beautiful use of those intricate cuts! I love the classic feel of this! So glad you joined us in our celebration at CASology this week!


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