Engagement Bling

Congratulations (4)

Hi again!

I will need to edit some photos because I am getting to the bottom of my ‘to blog’ card pics! I do have more to share … but they need a little time getting the editing right!

Congratulations (1)

I love the simple elegance of this card. It did take a little time for placement of the rhinestones … but totally worth the effort! The ribbon is a pastel lavender – I made this as an anniversary card for my daughter who had lavender bridesmaids … so that was just a little reminder! 🙂 The “congratulations” sentiment is stamped in silver encore ink.

Stampin’ Up! – Occasional Quotes

CASE: via pinterest (unknown source)

I am keen to find some more charms but can’t remember where I sourced the last lot I bought! Can anyone help with suggestions?

Have a great day! Hugs xx

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14 Comments

  1. Lynda S says:

    Wow the time is flying by Andrea….it just seems like y’day was their wedding!!!
    GORJUS card and total respect for the OCD placement of the bling. Awesome job ooxx

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    1. Andrea says:

      Me? OCD? …. Never!!!! 😏😆

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    2. Andrea says:

      Yes … time is flying by! Our little Peyton turned 1 in June too! I will share her birthday card soon! Hugs xx

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  2. WOW what an effort that must have been. Gorgeous card.

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    1. Andrea says:

      Sometimes the effort is so worth it … sometimes you wonder why you did far too much! Thankfully this one works well! 🙂 Hugs xx

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  3. Reva Brightman says:

    I never would have thought to make a card using embellishments in this manner. So happy I peeked in today. Thanks for finding and sharing it. The charms add to your cards. Hugs and smiles R

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    1. Andrea says:

      Hi Reva! I am racking my brains trying to remember where I bought my charms. I am quickly running out and need to find some more! They do add a special something … don’t they. Hugs xx

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      1. Reva Brightman says:

        Andrea, am so hoping you have been able to find a source for your charming charms. My daughter uses lots of “bling” but someone gave her some fish charms so her hubby had a fish on his Father’s Day card. You might check orientaltrading.com

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        1. Andrea says:

          Thanks for the hint, Reva … I will check out that site you suggested! Hugs xx

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  4. Kim S says:

    Absolutely stunning. So fresh and clean yet so much great bling to make this celebration card!! Love the bit of lavender. (I’m a month behind on commenting, but I scrolled through before I started looking and I’m not seeing any cruise pictures of stories!!???)

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    1. Andrea says:

      Hi Kim! Thanks for all your blog love! I am more than a little behind with blog comments … but hopefully with school holidays at the moment and a few less responsibilities I might find some time to do some blog hopping! Hugs xx

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      1. Andrea says:

        PS … need to get some photos off Gav’s computer of the cruise. Will share asap! Hugs xx

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  5. HeavenOnEarth says:

    Oooh I love this card! So classy 🙂 Those rhinestones were definitely worth all that time and patience!! 🙂
    I love the purple touch too! So thoughtful Andrea 🙂

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    1. Andrea says:

      Thanks for popping by, Sam! I am such a sucker for bling. It did look so gorgeous IRL (in real life!) Hugs xx

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