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Going to the Chapel...

...and somebody's getting married...
and why not say it with Bella Blvd's
LOVE & MARRIAGE COLLECTION
 All week the newest collections will be shown in a variety of creative
ways: layouts, cards, altered items and more...Bella Blvd is bringing their
Winter CHA booth to you via blog!

Today I'm sharing one of the cards created for the 
Love & Marriage "cards" section of the booth:
 A chapel says many things, but one of the first things that I think of is a wedding!
  I thought this adorable chip chapel would fit perfectly as the focal point of 
the brightly cheerful "happy wedding day" card.  After using the cloud (May Eighteenth) 
paper for the base, I thought it would be fun to have the appearance of a beautiful blue 
sky peeking out from behind the chapel, so I used a die-cut to create a scalloped back-drop.
  A little heart at the top and you know that the marriage will be blessed with love!

Supplies:
Love And Marriage: May Eighteenth Paper; Esther Fleming Floral Paper; 
The Wedding Party Miniatures; Alpha+Bits Stickers, Chipboard Icons; 
Just Write Journaling Stickers 

New product will begin shipping to retailers on February 15th,
so be sure to check-in at your favorite online store or local retailer shortly thereafter!
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Glad to have you drop in today...I'll be back tomorrow!

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  1. Beautiful card--- I love the teeny "the best is yet to be" peeking out :-)

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