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Wedding Anniversary Cards

Hello all! Hope you have had a great week. February is almost over and I want to share a few more things I did in this month. One of my best clients (my mother-in-law) requested some special thank you cards for their wedding anniversary celebration. I just love creating for weddings and related events. Yes, I am a romantic!

I got this special handmade paper for an art supply store in Orange County. It comes in poster size sheets and is beautiful. So here is a look at some of the cards I made for them. Other supplies came from Michael's.



Love cutting out all these flowers to use as embellishments.



Adding this picture and personalized sentiment are a great touch.


Used these cream colored pearlized matching envelops.


I was so happy of how these cards turned out. My mother-in-law loved them. She said one of the ladies that received one of these cards was carrying it around and showing other. So exciting! 

Thanks for looking!

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  1. You know it's a 'score' when someone shows off your work ;-).. these are simply elegant & beautifully created!

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  2. hi kelly! absolutely beautiful cards!
    marie

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  3. Beautiful cards and designs Kelly ... that paper is amazing.

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  4. Beautiful cards! What a wonderful and personal contribution to a special day for your in-laws.

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