MACM – Lace Congratulations

Happy Monday, everyone!

Today I made a card using the Chantilly Trims stamp set from WPlus9. Isn’t that lace so pretty?! I just love it! I thought it would make a gorgeous wedding or anniversary card, so I used gold embossing powder. And because I can’t get enough of white Enamel Accents, I had to coat the two little hearts with Enamel Accents. I love that it looks like it’s porcelain or something. :)

I used Bazzill Marshmallow for the main area of the card, and mounted that on Bazzill Butter Mints (a very soft cream). I love the tone one tone look of cream and white.

Anyhow, enjoy!

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32 Comments
  1. waw so gorgeous and elegant. hugs! Mojca

  2. The lace stamp is so beautiful! Hard to believe all that detail was caught by the embossing powder. Beautiful card!

  3. Gorgeous! I love embossing, especially in gold or silver. I think it gives it such elegance. Thanks.

  4. Really beautiful card!!

  5. FAB card! LOVE that lace stamp and I adore those yummy colors! :)

  6. That lace and the white enamel accents on the hearts…so nice!

  7. Beautiful card. Love the lace stamp set. Just added that to my wish list.

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