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Anniversary Wishes in Silver and White

by Ronell Ryan
(Cape Town, South Africa)

Anniversary Card

Anniversary Card

I love using the cuttlebug. Stamping is rather easy on cuttlebug 'imprints'. Stamp 'second' image on smooth paper and 3-D.



Very nice, Ronell. I like the dry embossing effect you have made combined with your stamped image. It gives handmade greeting cards so much more depth, doesn't it.

Thank you for sharing your card with me.

Happy crafting


EDITED: I have now changed the title of your submission from 'Wedding' to 'Anniversary' as requested Ronell 🙂

PS: See more card ideas at Cardmaking Tips and Special Occasion Cards

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Aug 16, 2011
Wedding Card Correction
by: Ronell

Hello Susan

Many thanks that I have the opportunity to have my cards show-cased on your website. I occasionally make cards (time 'problem). I had the wording on the Wedding card incorrect and after fixing it, the request came that it should have been English. I am attaching the card with the 'new' wording. Maybe somebody that can understand Afrikaans would see that the wording is for Anniversary and not wedding. Sorry

All of the best


Hi Ronell

Thank you for sending me this message. Unfortunately the attachment didn't come through! I will publish your comment anyway and see if I can amend the title of your submission to Anniversary, OK?

Thank you for taking the time to write again and I do hope you get a chance to craft more often :)

All the very best

PaperCraftCentral Susan

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