Wednesday, December 26, 2012

Papertrey Ink December 2012 Blog Hop





It's Papertrey Ink Blog Hop time! This months theme is white on white. I chose the woodgrain impression plate to showcase today. I embossed it and then embossed again with a medallion image! The sentiment is from happy trails. GREAT FONT on this set by the way!

And the inspiration board...
The photo kind of reminded me of when I got married AND how far crafting has come since then. I would do so many things different. But I would still marry this guy, that would stay the same :) Thought I would pull out my wedding photo (August 28, 1999) for you all. Haven't seen those clavicles in quite some time!



Hope everyone had a great holiday!

Wida

32 comments:

  1. The woodgrain frame is amazing with the embossed snowflake! Fabulous. A beautiful wedding picture, thanks for sharing.

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  2. Beautiful card, and what a fun wedding picture. You are radiant.

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  3. Perfect layering of elements Wida!
    ..and what a lovely wedding pic!

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  4. Honestly, Wida, everything you say completely resonates with me. We got married in 1997 and every time I think about the wedding invitations we sent out I just cringe. Argh. Then I think about the dress I would change, the "decorations", the venue, the favors, pretty much everything except the groom : )

    Beautiful wedding photo, you look just the same. And love how you embossed twice on your card ... I need to try that.

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  5. what an enchanting wedding photo! Love the double embossing and sweet heart tag :)

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  6. You gorgeous bride, you! And I adore the double-embossed panel! You got such a crisp impression - it's fantastic!

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  7. WOW you're a beautiful bride :) From 1999 till now, you really didn't change much! The card is just gorgeous. I love the extra wood panel you gave to the card!

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  8. Such a pretty card...love the embossing the texture.

    Gorgeous wedding picture!!!

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  9. I'm very curious how you embossed it twice....
    This card is fantastic! I love it!

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  10. YOur card is really pretty Wida! I love the woodgrain!

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  11. Embossing on top of embossing, I love that! it lt looks stunning and so does that pix of you and your hubby. TFS!

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  12. Your card is absolutely gorgeous! And you are va va voom HOT!!

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  13. You two look great! I love the card too, all that delicious gray!

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  14. Gorgeous card and Gorgeous lady!!! That is all.

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  15. What a good idea to emboss on top of embossing! This is so pretty! What a beautiful wedding photo... I bet you feel like that as just a year or two ago, huh? ;)

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  16. Beautiful card, Wilda! Very pretty effects with the embossing and silver grey wood grain.
    PS: Your wedding photo is beautiful, I am sure you look exactly the same :)

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  17. Beautiful card, Wida! I was married in 1999 also, 19 September. My wedding invitations were the first papercrafting project I ever did (I am pretty sure I'd do a much better job these days, LOL!). Your wedding photo is gorgeous!

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  18. Love the double embossing! Ha - I'm kind of glad Pinterest wasn't around when I got married - so many fabulous ideas, it would take me forever to settle on one or two. Beautiful wedding photo!

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  19. Love the embossing with the wood grain -- great combination

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  20. your card is AWESOME... love everything about it.. and your wedding picture is GORGEOUS...

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  21. Wow. I love the wood grain and sweet pink accents/sentiment. I agree, I lays liked that font as well.

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  22. Oh I ADORE the woodgrain!!! What a great idea for a beautiful card! Wida....so nice to see your wedding photo....you are gorgeous!!!

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  23. What a sensational rustic and unique card, Wida! Thanks for sharing your stunning wedding photo; I'm glad you would still choose him and I'll bet he would choose you, too!!

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  24. Love the double embossing--fabulous card! Your wedding picture is a treasure!

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  25. Love this card Wida!! The torn edges of the wood paper looks really cool! And I like the assortment of elements on the right side. you do it so well! I can never pull it off! Great design by the way.

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  26. Love the texture on your card Wida! And your comments about clavicles? I can SO relate to that. The many times that I have managed to lose weight, one of the things I was so excited about was seeing my clavicals again! Hmmm...now that I've put that into print, it sounds kind of weird!

    You two make a gorgeous couple, by the way :)

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  27. Can u say gorgeous? OK, the card is too ;) Happy 2013 to ya, Wida.

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