Saturday 1 December 2012


My post today seems appropriate as snow has been forecast soon. I've been looking at them since June. I've been making wedding invites etc for a lovely couple who are getting married in an Ice Palace. There were 60 invites for friends and family and a couple of larger for their parents.
The menus are done and the table planner is all ready to print out. I'm leaving the printing out till nearer the time in case of any changes. I have also used the snowflake for a friends xmas cards. So my wrought iron snowflake die came out again for all 80 of the cards.
I'm so pleased with the results and they were delivered last weekend. Thanks for stopping by Debbie


Anonymous said...

Wow Debbie you have every reason to be pleased with this mammoth task, they are really beautiful.

Paula (PEP) said...

Goodness - those are superbly effective: both of the designs. The little touch of pale aqua is so classy & no wonder you've had your hands full.
Paula (PEP)

Sarah said...

Debbie, they're fabulous. Subtle and classy, great colours. I should think they are thrilled; must have taken forever! Sarah x

craftimamma said...

How fabulous are all these cards! Absolutely stunning work Debbie and I can just imagine the Bride and Groom's excitement seeing all their gorgeous invitations.

Lesley Xx

Carol said...

Just beautiful Debbie. So,so elegant.
Please put me out of my misery and let me know what the Snowflake die is. I couldn't find it. Is it a Spellbinder?
Carol x

Enid said...

Another fabulous card Debbie. Really pretty, the Iron works snowflake looks great on this card, and they are the colours I love.

Enid x

Anonymous said...

As beautiful as those wedding invites and everything that goes along with them have turned out, I hope that I never see that snowflake die again!
too fiddly
Love you!
Amy xxx