Wednesday, 5 August 2009

Christening Card

My sister's two little grandsons are being Christened this weekend. She has been staying with me for a few days. 'Have you got a Christening card' she mused as she was browsing through my cards. Yes, I had one, so we needed another for the other child. My new Child's Year cartridge had just arrived, so I cut this sweet image of a little boy kneeling (at 4"), and put a cuttlebug embossed border down the side. The child image was holding a book, but I wanted a bigger book so I cut one of the scalloped card shapes out at 2" to make a tiny book. The 1 1/2" cross was cut from the wedding cartridge, yes, it chewed up the very top of the cross, but by this time it was about 1am and I figured it looked okay

Some of the images on this cartridge are really sweet ........expect to see a lot more on here

26 comments:

  1. Enfys a very Elegant card the more I see you use this cart it inspires me to add this to my collection.xx

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  2. this cards lovely En, my son and his friend are being made members at the methodist church where I work and worship, I would like to make them both a card but I'm not sure what to do as one is 15 and the other 19, any sugestions welcome. janex

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  3. Perfect Christening card En and i look forward as always to see more of your cricut magic!
    Hugs
    Lana x

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  4. I love the background and the image, but I would have chosen a different colour, maybe a nice royl blue.

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  5. Enfys, this is lovely ... how fortunate for your sister that you're so talented!

    Jo xx

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  6. Beautiful card, the new cartridge looks very useful. Glad to hear its not just me that gets stuff chewed up!
    Pinky

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  7. Enfys another beautifly done card!!
    perfect for the occasion!
    hugs
    Brenda

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  8. Beautiful card, Enfys. So simple and so elegant. hugs, eileen

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  9. Oh my Enfys your card is gorgeous, I have the same problem, I have a Christening to go to at the end of the month and Im in the process of planning my card, hope it turns out as gorgeous as yours. With love and hugs Shirleyxxxxx

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  10. Where will we be with out the cricut and the cuttlbug.
    Great card you made.
    bye bye,Lean

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  11. So, so sweet. I'm trying to hold myself back from purchasing this cart En, so please don't post any more of these adorable cards :)

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  12. Oh this is beautiful Love the embossing!
    hugs
    kim x

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  13. This is such a beautiful card Enfys. So simple and elegant. Those cuttlebug borders are really lovely aren't they, I've succumbed to them too.

    Lisax

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  14. Oh my, this is sooo beautiful! I just love the clean elegance of the B/W!

    (-: Heidi

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  15. Ohhh wowww Enfys,what a beautiful card.

    Hugs Riet.x

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  16. Enfys, This is perfect for a Christening card and very elegant!
    I look forward to seeing more projects with this darling cartrige.

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  17. en that is so pretty, i love the black and white colour scheme too xxx

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  18. Enfys, it came out VERY nice! great idea to enlarge the book to fit the cross; overall, this is has an elelgant soft look, makes for a perfect christening card. Great job, night owl! :)

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  19. this is such a elegant card love cheryl xxxx

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  20. This is gorgeous En Love the way you did the Bible. This cart is sooo fab! xxD

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  21. Enfys, this card is just lovely my freind! The perfect card for the christening too. Just adorable! TFS

    ~L~

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  22. Such a sweet card Enfys. Love the embossed border will keep my eye out for that one.

    hugs
    Kaye x

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  23. Enfys ... this card is adorable. Love the silohuette of the lil boy with his bible ... the cuttled edge is the perfect accent too. Another inspiring creationtion. =)
    Hugz,
    Carol
    from the Cricut MB

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  24. So stunning!! I love the simplicity of it, but yet it is so elegant!

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I love reading your comments, thank you for taking the time
Enfys x