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Love & Marriage

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Today it's Love & Marriage


And today I have a card featured on the blog!
A wedding cake with decorative swirls of frosting and 
a bouquet of sugar flowers...that's what this card reminds me of!  
Top it off with a beautiful wedding gown and it just screams "let's get married!"
  I started with a plain white card that I embossed (hence the decorative swirls of frosting) 
and then began layering with soft hues from the "Love & Marriage" Collection.  
 For the focal point, I cut an oval shape from the "Cake Tasting" paper 
and then added the chipboard gown to its top. 
After attaching the hand-cut heart with foam dots,
 I then simply embellished with the sweet flag stickers...just add to the heart with a thin foam dot.  

Finally, the crochet heart added the soft touch and the pop 
of green leaves is just enough, but not too much color to complete the card.
Supplies:
Love & Marriage: Cake Tasting Paper; Turner Hall Ballroom Paper; Cute Cuts; Alpha+Bits
Ciao Chip: Love & Marriage Chipboard Icons; Engagement Chipboard Icons
Crochet Flowers: Dahlia

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of the entire Love & Marriage Collection!!!
 GOOD LUCK!

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