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Peach & Gold + Tutorial

Nothing makes me happier than enjoying a Sunday with my beloved family, but today I also had the opportunity to craft and share something new with you. I prepared an elegant and modern card in peach and gold and also a photo tutorial!




I think this will become one of my favorite color combinations and I definetely love how nice the ribbons, threads and handmade embellishment look on this design. I am also sharing today's project with May Arts Ribbon! Thanks for letting me share my creations with you!

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I'm sharing this with: Nordsalten Hobbyklubb (2W,E3,P1/15) #120 Wedding Cards and Creations / Always Something Creative (P1/15,JFF) # 103 Without Motive / Craft-Dee BowZ - M, E3, project must have bow - (July) Anything Goes with a Handmade Bow / Dream Valley Challenges 2W, 3E, C10 - (Week 1) Embossing, wet or dry / Crafting from the Heart - W, E3 - Always Anything Goes / The Ribbon Girls - W, must use ribbon – Color Challenge Ivory / Penny Black and More – M, no digis, 3E – July - Anything Goes with a sentiments / Sketchy Colors - 2W - #253 Peach, Cream & Green / Love to Scrap - 2W, 3E, F, digi or real stamping - (Week 1) Anything Goes

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  1. Beautiful and elegant. Nice tutorial.

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  2. DELIGHTFUL card and FABULOUS tutorial => GOOD LUCK Gracie!!!

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  3. gorgeous! i love the sentiment frame, the peach/gold combo and the dimensional flower! i've bookmarked your flower tutorials. thank you so much for playing along with us at penny black and more.
    linda

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  4. Gracie, you know I love this card! Magnificent design and color combo. Thanks for joining the Craft-Dee BowZ July Challenge, "Anything goes and include a handmade bow."

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  5. Gorgeous elegant card love the embossing and beautiful flower--Thank you for joining us at Crafting From The Heart
    Carol DT x

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  6. Beautiful card:O) Great layout. The colour green is missing to be part of the challenge, but thank you for joining us over at Sketchy Colors, hope to see you again.
    Smiles from Nancy:O)

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  7. Absolutely stunning card! Thank you so much for joining us at Nordsalten hobbyklubb :-)

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  8. Such a pretty card.
    Thank you for sharing at Penny Black & More 'Anything Goes with a sentiment' challenge and good luck x Susan x

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  9. Stunning card, and nice tutorial. Thank you so much for joining us at Nordsalten hobbyklubb :-)

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  10. It never occurred to me just how gorgeous a gold and peach card would be. This is stunning.
    Thanks for sharing!
    Cara
    My Creative Chaos {My Personal Blog}

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  11. So very beautiful and neat to see the recycled element in your flowers!

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