Thursday, January 2, 2014

Wedding Time for Friday Mashup

I got really busy in Nov and Dec and unfortunately fell behind in my DT duties at Friday Mashup. Thankfully my oldest, who does not drive, is no longer required to be at work at 4am and that means I can come home at 2:30am and get some sleep instead staying up and bringing him to work. It also means I have crafting time back in the afternoon, woooohooo!

Our first Friday Mashup challenge of 2014 comes to us from Cindy, and she wants us to incorporate a 'time' theme and to also use this great sketch. For the time theme I really stretched it and chose to make a card for an important time in ones life...marriage! My husband and I will celebrate 20 yrs of marriage in Feb, it's crazy to look back at the 20 and 24 y/o young military kids we were when we got married!(eta...this card wont be going to my hubby for our anniversary, it's way too girly, I just made it just because).

I used the Love and Laughter set with the Modern Medley DSP to try and get an elegant look to the card. The dress from the stamp set was heat embossed in black.

  1. Create a project with the "Sketch."
  2. Create a project using "the theme of Time. "
  3. Or Mash it Up and create a project "a theme of Time & the Sketch."

Supplies used(all supplies SU unless otherwise noted):
Stamps: Love and Laughter
Paper: Very Vanilla, Basic Black, Modern Medley DSP
Ink: Black StazOn, Versamark
Accessories: Black Embossing Power, Dimensionals


  1. Glad to hear that things have slowed down for you again! Nice to have you back ;) Love this wedding card - it's so classy in the black/vanilla. Love all the layers/borders!

  2. ELEGANT AND CLASSY! Love your take on the challenge, Lisa. The mix of Modern Medley is fantastic;)

  3. Hi Lisa,

    That is good news that your son's work changed allowing you NOT to have to drive. Oh Motherhood!! haha.

    Congrats on your upcoming anniversary.

    Your card is simply lovely - I'm sure your Mr. will truly appreciate it.


    1. Thank you Barb!n I'm not giving the card to hubby though, sorry if the post made it seem that. I put a disclaimer on the post now just in case others think that :)

  4. Your card is fantastic Lisa, the black and vanilla are stunning together.


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