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June 10, 2016

Anniversary card

This was a card I made for my wedding anniversary a couple of months ago.

I played with the Tattered lace melded dies. I just love these dies. They have texture frames everything built in. This one is the melded roses I think.
I just colored in the roses with my copic. I cut out the sentiment with a spellbinder labels die . Sentiment was printed out using photoshop. Popped up the melded layer with foam dots. Added a lace trim and placed the sentiment die cut in the center. Some roses and bow to finish it up.

Made a matching envelope. I have shared how I make envelopes in one of my previous posts I think. But essentially what I do is fold up computer paper around the card (after leaving a margin of about 1/8" or 1/4" ) as much as I want at the bottom and about half to three fourth inches on both sides. In most cases the top won't be enough and so it most probably won't overlap to close. To make up for this I cut a piece of paper that matches up the card to the height I need for overlap plus some so I can punch or die cut a beautiful edge. Then paste that so that I can finish up the envelope.

Here is a picture of that and I also have added the same picture as pdf file under misc tab called "pdf  for envelope template" so that you can download and print it out if you want.
Note that is not to dimension but just a reference

Hope you liked the card. Thanks for reading.

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