Cherish the Moment – Michele Emerson-Robert

My dear friends Dave and Maxine are celebrating their 65 wedding anniversary in a few days. I was able to get a copy of their wedding photo and with the help of one of the new Tonic Filigree Flourish dies I have created a stunning happy anniversary card. I will frame the card for them after the celebration.

Cherish the Moment 4



  1. Score and fold the 6 x 12” card stock in half creating a 6 x 6’ tent card..
  2. Place and tape # 14, 12 & 10 pinhole square dies centered on the folded card. Run through the Tangerine machine to emboss the design.
  3. Die cut eight of the long Filigree Flourishes pieces from chip board. Trim off the two end “doily” pieces from all the pieces. Layer and glue two together, creating 4 pieces.
  4. Cut two of the Cherish the Moments saying from chip board. Layer and glue.
  5. Apply the Nuvo Mother of Pearl Mousse Nuvo Mother of Pearl Mousse to the four Filigree Flourish pieces and the die cut saying. Allow to dry.
  6. Center and glue the photo to the center of the folded card.
  7. Attach the Mother of Pearl Filigree Flourish pieces around the square photo.
  8. Attach the saying to the lower center of the photo.
  9. michele logo

7 thoughts on “Cherish the Moment – Michele Emerson-Robert

  1. What a beautiful gift! This card is going to be so gorgeous in a frame and I am sure your friends will absolutely love it! Celebrating 65 years–how wonderful–Congrats to them!!


    • I already have the frame ready to go… mimics the wonderful Filigree Flourish design……….Yep…..65 years is an accomplishment for any of us……smile.
      Love and light,


  2. Thanks a bunch…….the die is so gorgeous……’s hard to not create something outstanding… Love and light,


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