Thursday, 8 September 2016

90th birthday card


Hi Everyone, my offering today is a 90th birthday card requested by my SIL for her cousin. She wanted an "old type" card. I found the papers and the digital image by Jilbert Designs, added a sentiment by Create with TLC and her age which I debossed in PS. I print and cut the image on the Cameo and 3D'd it. I also added a Die'sire die behind it, then added a pearl on the flower. It's a flattish card for posting. I'm glad to say she liked it.



Onto page 2 of my walk



12 comments:

  1. A lovely card, Faith, so elegant! And what a beautiful page, too!

    love, Mags B x

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  2. This is so beautiful, the cameo looks like metal - so effective. Lovely photos too.

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  3. The card is absolutely beautiful! I'm so glad she like it....but I know she LOVED it! You pictures are heavenly...gosh....I so so so enjoy the walks with you...nothing around here is quite like anything you have pictured. I'm headed to the coast tomorrow where my brother and SIL live. I'll take pics....I spent all my summers there as a young child till I went off to college.

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  4. Totally gorgeous card. Love the look of the Cameo - it looks 3D. Those photos are amazing, It feels like taking a trip down memory lane. How nice that you have such beautiful architecture on your doorstep.

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  5. A beautiful card Faith, so pretty. Your photograph layout looks fabulous, it looks like a lovely area to walk.
    Pauline
    x

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  6. What a gorgeous card~! Love the layout.
    Paulette

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  7. Oh, what a marvelous card, Faith! Love the cameo. The photographs of the church (and the church itself) are lovely. What a delightful walk that must have been.

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  8. You do 90th birthday cards so well! Love the inlaid number dies!

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  9. Beautiful card for a very special birthday day.
    Great pictures of your nature walk.

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  10. Such a pretty card...love that cameo and those gorgeous flowers. Thank you for sharing your beautiful part of the world. xx

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  11. Another beautiful card! The little pearl is a lovely addition!

    And such gorgeous photos! I love old churches. There is not much history to our churches here in Canada and many are fairly "new" (within 100 years) buildings.

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