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Wedding Shower Wishes for Crystal



Crystal, my oldest daugher, had her first wedding shower this weekend. It was such a pleasure to watch her as she mingled with everyone, smiled the entire time, and graciously opened gifts. I was definitely a proud Mother. What made me even prouder was the number of other people there who looked just as proud as me - that girl has the ability to grab onto people's hearts and make them love her. What a powerful thing.

The new challenge at the Squigglefly blog involves using Ribbon in different ways (no using it to make bows) so I thought I would make a shower card for Crystal. I used The Newest The Case Study Challenge CSC130 as my inspiration. This is the last week that Teri Anderson is the Muse - sniff, sniff (I Love her work).

I used the Squigglefly Love Text by Roann Mathias to make my dp and I also used it to decorate my envelope. I just changed the color a bit to make it softer and repeated it across the page for the card. I left it unchanged for the envelope. BTW: During the entire month of March you can save 15% on all Squigglefly images by entering the code "spring15"! I made a hydrengea with my Martha Stewart punch (plus SB Circle dies, lots of glue, and some Stickles) and used some scraps of ribbon as little banners. I couldn't resist adding in a little unexpected gift card from Target. She loved it. Made her tear up - made me tear up. Good stuff. Here is the envelope (nothing fancy but it looked great on the present):



Hugz to all!

Comments

  1. Just too precious!! The card is beautiful - the doves are perfect, and I LOVE your bow/hydrangea flower. You have some serious talent going on here girlfriend :)!!
    Hugz,
    Audrey

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  2. Fabulous card to give a gift card! Love the pretty posies!

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  3. Wow, this is beautiful! Love the centerpiece of hydrangeas and doves. Gorgeous colors too.

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  4. How awesome to make this card for Crystal. I really like those love birds and the pretty hydrangea. The love text is beautiful. What an exciting time for your daughter AND you.

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  5. What a gorgeous card and keepsake for your daughter! Sounds like you had many proud-mama moments at the shower. Wishing you many more to come! Glad you had a fabulous weekend, my friend :-)

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  6. What a beautiful card! I love your hydrangea and how pretty to use pieces of ribbon underneath it! I like how you used ribbon on the envelope too. Congratulations to you and your daughter - this is such a wonderful time in her life!

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  7. gorgeous card and love what you did with the ribbon--perfect!!

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  8. LOVE that hydrangea you made,!! It's fabulous!! What a special time for you and your daughter too! You done well, mama - she sounds like a lovely woman and there is one lucky man to get her! Hugz to you!

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  9. Beautiful card! Congrats to your daughter!

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  10. Nancy,
    Your card is gorgeous and the hydrangea is exquisite! I'm so glad you are stacking up the happy memories headed towards the wedding!!

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  11. Love your card Nancy-the love bird die cuts are neat and I like your idea for the card holder!! Carolyn

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  12. Just gorgeous and perfect for such a lovely occasion :) Loving that flower!

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  13. Great work here, the pocket in very clever! And all that work in the flower! Thanks for playing at CASE Study this week.

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  14. What a wonderful and exciting time for you and your daughter!! The flower you created is beyond beautiful and must have taken hours to put together! It's gorgeous!

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  15. Hi Nancy - this card is sooooo very gorgeous with those pretty tiny flowers - love it.

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  16. Oh you proud Mama you!!! The Wedding is getting closer and closer isn't it. Are you excited and nervous all wrapped up in one!!! I think your card is gorgeous. I see we still have Hydrangeas for the theme.....and is the kraft color for the burlap? I am just about ready to start my project. I found some very cool things this weekend!. Your card is so beautiful. I know Crystal will cherish it.
    Bear Hugs,
    Carol

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