Bicycle Built for Two Anniversary Card
Good Friday morning, friends! I’m popping in today with a quick post to share a fun idea for an anniversary card. Vintage bicycle images are all the rage, so when I saw this fun tag from the Graphic 45 French Country collection, I thought it would make for a whimsical anniversary card.
I’ve always been fascinated by bicycles built for two…they look like so much fun. But I’ve been told that riding a tandem bike is not as easy as it seems. You must learn to trust and depend on the other rider. Surprisingly enough, communication is the key, as well as a willingness to give up control, the ability to move at the same pace and equally share the load. If that isn’t a metaphor for a marriage that works, I don’t know what is! I actually found a quote online that said,”Whatever direction your relationship is heading, it will get there twice as fast on a tandem bike.” So let’s take a quick look at my bicycle built for two anniversary card:
The tag was stamped with a fitting sentiment, matted and adhered with foam tape. I also die cut the Decorative Lace Border Die from Heartfelt Creations to add some nice texture to the background. I used my favorite Tattered Blossoms die, also from Heartfelt Creations to fashion the fancy blooms. These flowers are so easy to make, and if you visit the Heartfelt Creations website, you will find lots of wonderful FREE tutorials showing you how to make these blossoms along with dozens of other wonderful creations. Antique brads were added to the center along with a touch of Copper Stickles.
And that’s it for me today, folks! I have one more design team project to complete before my weekend begins, so I am studio bound this morning. I’m curious to know if any of you have ever ridden a tandem bike, or if you’d like to try it. What do you think of using this theme for an anniversary card? I’d love to hear your thoughts on this project. I hope you all have a wonderful Labor Day weekend. Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your visits mean more to me than words can express…and your comments….well, they make me happy right down to the tips of my crafty little fingers. Until next time,