Hello friends. Kids are off from school this week here, so didn't have to run out at 2:30 each day to pick them up, so hubby and I saw a couple of movies and used some gift cards we got for Christmas from sweet family members to go out to eat. Was a nice break from the everyday, but combined with doing some genealogy, no time to stamp.
I don't know the name of this stamp, but it's Penny Black, 1389K
White textured card stock base 6x6 card
Designer paper Heidi Grace
White Paper Square doily
Red card stock is embossed with hearts, but doesn't show up in pic.
Rhinestone Love word
Rolled roses from red card stock with red stickles
Small hearts punched
Seam binding bow
Colored with Copics
Thanks for stopping by today. Have a great Friday. Until later.........
Love this stamp Sue, I've never seen it before but it's so sweet! I get totally immersed in the genealogy too, very interesting stuff. Have a great weekend.
ooo what a sweet card Sue, very beautiful.
Stunning card Sue xx
Awwwww that image is just so cute Sue. I love the layout and the pretty papers.
That stamp is new to me. Muah! How adorable!
Your card is just darling! Love the image, in measures of oodles! Thanks for sharing, and good luck with your genealogy!
Adorable card Sue! I dabble a little in genealogy too & managed to find my grandfathers signature on an 1898 Belfast city census...gave me goosebumps because his writing was exactly the same as my Dad's!
You are right, big Awwww. Penny Black, Heidi Grace and Sue Drees....combination for success!
Happy tracing. I never got into it, but my Mom searched our ancestors back to the 1600's. She loved doing it.
Have a great weekend!
Such a fabulous wedding card with these sweet kissing bunnies! Wonderful colouring and super background! Beautiful!
Such a sweet card, Sue - the image is just darling so shaded so romantically. Even tho the image is cute, the card itself feels very elegant - really sweet card.
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