Thursday, September 25, 2014


A friend asked me to create a 70th wedding anniversary card - imagine that!!!! - being married for 70 years!!!  Anyway, I looked up to see what the color for 70 was - platinum - well, no brainer there - use liquid platinum embossing powder.   So die cut the butterfly, happy and numbers 70 - embossed them and composed the card.  Hadn't really planned on putting the "happy" on a slant, but after playing around decided it looked perfect that way.  Had just bought the gold floss at Michael's and added that. 

The sequins were a new purchase also and thought they looked rather platinum also - put tiny champagne colored pearls from Michael's in the center of each one.  I hope she likes the card!
Will enter this in CAS-ology "flutter" challenge.

Dies: PTI "Life is Beautiful" butterfly and Circle background; HA "Happy" DC117; Provo numbers
Other: Ranger liquid platinum embossing powder; HA "anniversary" stamp CL342; Teresa Collins' Tinsel & Company sequins

Thanks for stopping by and your kind comments.  Betty


  1. I love how you used Liquid Platinum EP and gold floss for this card, Betty...it's perfect! And, your butterfly is gorgeous! I'm sure this couple is going to love it, too! 70 years? WOW!

  2. What a milestone!! Practically unheard of, actually. I love this beautiful card and I am sure your friend will cherish it, Betty!

  3. Stunning card Betty. What an achievement to make 70yrs of marriage!

  4. Your butterfly is beautiful in platinum. Lovely card Betty!

  5. Betty, wow! A 70th anniversary card!?! Congrats to that happy couple! Your platinum embossing is beautiful...perfect for the occasion and beautifully done! Thanks for joining us at CASology this week!

  6. I'm sure she'll love the card! The embossed butterfly is so gorgeous and elegant! Thanks for playing along with CASology this week!


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