Monday Makes – A Royal Wedding Inspired Stained Glass Card

Ok, so who watched a bit of the Royal Wedding this weekend?  I loved every minute of the nuptials, from the amazing flowers over the arches and the entry way, to the music, the A-List guest list, the facinators/hats, the sermon and of course the bride and groom.  I have always thought that Harry was the most handsome brother and watched with my heart bursting of happiness for him.  I don’t know much of Meghan but they do seem very in love and if she can handle the public eye like a Royal then all the power to her.  One of the things that I was awed by was St. George’s Chapel and it’s beautiful stained glass.  I was inspired to make a card using my new Graceful Glass Vellum.  Check it out.

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3 comments

  1. WOW….a beautiful card Susanne. And the black strips of card next to the velum sets it well. Love your style – just gorgeous!! Oh to be inspired by the Royal Wedding and that amazing chapel with the stained glass. I also enjoyed watching the Royal wedding and was great to see Prince Harry smile lots with Megan. I have always admired Prince Harry (handsome too) and his nature and good doing of charities so much like his mother Princess Diana who I loved also.

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