Anniversary card

This card was inspired by Maile Belles. The Sweet Life die-cuts are placed along the bottom of the card so that they appear to be floating. I cut the cardstock by 1/2" at the bottom. If you fancy making a card like this click on her name and the link will forward you to her tutorial.

I found The Sweet Life roses, it's a 3 step stamping set, quite tricky to line up but I'm sure it'll be easier with practice.

Strictly Come Dancing and Downton Abbey have returned - yeah! We have also had some big spiders coming into the house so a friend has recommended conkers for prevention. I had not heard about this before but as soon as they are ready I'll give it a go. Apparently you place them near doorways and windowsills.

Supplies used:
Stamps and Dies: Papertrey Ink The Sweet Life
Cardstock: PTI vintage cream
Inks: PTI simply chartreuse and new leaf (for the leaves), summer sunrise and harvest gold (for the roses)


  1. I love this card! You reminded me that I made a card using the same colours and stamps - better get on and blog it!

  2. What a pretty card. I love the look of those roses floating at the bottom. I have that set, and haven't used them nearly as much as I planned. Too many stamps and not enough time. Love them in the yellow, though.

  3. This is beautiful! And cool! Hope to try it!

  4. Thanks for saying you found those stamps tricky to line up...I do too, but haven't seen any other mention of it...thought it was just me...beautiful card, too...


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