Isn't it cute and girly?! My two favorite things. I started off stamping Lily from
For this card I used Sketch Challenge 196 on Split Coast Stampers. I got this stamp a week ago at The Inkspot and knew it would be perfect for my cousin's wedding. Aren't they so sweet? There is a back story to this card though. This will not be the card that is going on the gift, but rather it will be going on a bag of M and M's. (The idea for the sentament came from my aunt) When we were kids, my uncle took myself and my three cousins out to a movie. This was a special treat for me since I never got to go. It was made even more special because we stopped at a candy store on the way into the theater. I was put in charge of the M and M's. We all sat down to see the movie and I was left to sit at the end. All through the movie the boys and my uncle would ask me to pass an M and M. AN M and M. Singular in my eyes. If they wanted more they should have said some M and M's or a few or a handful. It is not my fault they did not communicate properly. Well needless to say I am still teased about this. So on the inside of this card it will not say "kiss" but rather "an M and M." I think Phillip will really get a kick out of it.
Okay enough jabbering, on with how I made it. I started out by stamping Lily and Milo - First Love by Rachelle Anne Miller/Stampavie on a piece of whisper white. I colored them in using my Stampin' write markers and mounted them on a piece of DP. Next I cut out two more pieces of DP and sewed them on to the card. I stuck four antique copper brads in the corners of the image and popped them off the page. Next I added diamond stickers to the stars surrounding the two of them. I created the sentiment on my computer, printed it off and mounted it to a piece of DP and then to a piece of brown card stock. Finally, I attached an antique copper eyelet to the tag, threaded through a piece of white satin ribbon and I was done. I just love this card and I know that Phillip will too!
Well, that was pretty long winded. Izzy has had just about enough quiet time, so I guess I better go get her. Have a great evening and thanks for stopping by!