Wednesday, June 16, 2010

Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot Wedding Affaire

Hello friends! Thanks for stopping by today.  It's Wednesday and that usually means Be Inspired by the Design Team at Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot!  We're still challenging you today, but we're keeping with our Wedding Theme this week.  If you haven't been over there, you really should!  The Wedding Affaire is underway and there have been some absolutely gorgeous projects.  I actually made this card for someone in particular - It's been sent to a fellow Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot Design Team member's mother. 

We've been creating our Wedding Affaire projects with the amazing Mr. & Mrs. collection by Teresa Collins. and Core'dinations color core paper.  Our colors are a mix of black, pink and butter, accented with the Cuttlebug and butterflies.

Be sure to go back and take a look at our initial Wedding Affaire post on Cuttlebug Challenge Blogspot where Shantaie created this amazing "Save the Date" card. 

Sunday we had an amazing tutorial by Bonnie to make a Tri-Fold Bridal card. Monday included gorgeous invitations   by Okie and Betty.  Tuesday brought amazing inspiration with flowers by Meda and Miss Tracy! Today is .... well, just go check it out... you'll love it . Still more to come later this week, so do check back.

Wedding card Details:
Paper: Teresa Collins Mr. and Mrs., Coredinations from Gemstones and Vintage packs, DCWV
Cricut: Mr & Mrs. N from Tie the Knot Cartridge
Cuttlebug:  Embossing folder from Love is in the Air set
Misc:  Glimmer Mist, Sewing Machine, Beacon's Zip Dry, Scotch Quick Dry Glue


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  2. Wow wow.. it's gorgeous... I so love your work Cindy

  3. Oh I love it, so elegant and clean with fabulous texture! I SO would love to have Cricut!!

  4. What a great card. So elegant Thanks for sharing

  5. Oh my...this is just stunning work! I love it all...tfs...

  6. Cindy this is so elegant and beautiful!!!!


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