We have two guests this week for With us Wednesday. Their projects were sent to Veronica for her NSD Bingo Challenge. We'll start with these two cards from Jannie.
On this card, Jannie used the Quickutz Shortkutz Birthday set for the "make a" and her Diesel font for "wish". To turn the 'i' into a candle, she added the flame from the Revolution Candles. She added a touch of Scallop Border and some buttons with "paper ribbon". Here's Jannie's second card...
This time Jannie used some scallop topped tags and "birthday" from the Shortkutz Birthday set, more Scallop Border and a touch of the Dots Border. These cards are soooooo versatile and could easily be adapted for anyone!
Our next guest project comes from Marika in Sweden. Her beautiful layout is a tribute to her Aunt.
Marika used a combination of Quickutz 4x8 Moonlight and retired Spicy Chicken alphabets. She also used a scroll label and the Boss Kut Large Daisy. I really like how she added the white flower to the white background! Thank you ladies for participating in our challenges! We appreciate you!
Yesterday was another great Quickutz release! There were a few general dies in this release that were not actual "wedding" shapes. The heart border, for one, could be used on just about any project. And the cakes, remember I showed you how easy it is to make it a birthday cake? My point is, don't mark them off your list just yet as you may soon decide you actually DO need one! Here's a card from Jenn showcasing the Revolution Pears.
She also used the Quickutz Cookie Cutter Label from the Back to Basics release and "congrats" from the Quickutz Best Wishes Revolution Shortkutz. These pears would be perfect for not only wedding but also for anniversary and/or engagement cards too!
Tammy's layout documents her own wedding day!
She used the new Revolution Love Birds and the Banana Split font for her title. What a beautiful picture!
Here's a quick card I made using the Back to Basics Nesting Label and the new 2x2 Wedding Dress.
I used some Making Memories Acetate paper for my background and Making Memories Metallic paper for my label border. I didn't have an elegant button that matched my project so I used some American Crafts Zing Emobssing Powder and heat embossed a clear button to coordinate with my card. I just love the black and white combo mixed with red!
Thanks so much for stopping by today! We hope you're having a great week! We'll be back Friday to share some great reader takes on Veronica's sketch and we'll have a new sketch for you for next week along with interpretations from the Design Team. We'll see you right back here then!