This is becoming a regular occurence here.  My DH created another card yesterday.  He had to go to a wedding today and wanted to make the card.  The layout was inspired by a card I had saved.  I’m not sure who this was by but I have seen a number or similar ideas around.  Of course, we are using the Owl punch again – and these are very cute!  These aren’t the traditional colours you would use for a wedding card but they were chosen to co-ordinate with the outfits that Glenn and the person he was going with was wearing – don’t ask, long story!!

Here you are:

These owls took a little time to put together as they are a little fiddly.  I think the white breaks up the brightness of it a bit. I added the pearls to give it an elegant touch.

Card: Brilliant Blue (retired), Melon Mambo, Whisper White, Soft Suede, Basic Black, Crumb Cake and Real Red.

There you go another Hayward creation!!! I hope you like it 🙂

2 thoughts on “ANOTHER HAYWARD CARD!!!

  1. Your DH is becoming a card making sensation Jenny!!! This card is very cute and I think he has done a WONDERFUL job!! He has thought the card right thru….even cutting a speccy dress for the bride fm the eyelet border punch!!! Too cool!! I think you should start incorporating him in your classes….who knows…you cld get a whole new customer turning up. Brilliant job DH. ooxx

  2. Oooh Jenny! My DH would never pick up a stamp and create a card! Your dh must be very confident in his own skin!!! (That’s a good thing!) Interesting colour combo … but he has done a very impressive job! Hugs xx
    PS Back online but heaps to catch up on! Looking forward to a stamping day next Monday! xx

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