I needed a 50th Wedding Anniversary card, and isn't that a perfect excuse to play around with creating another floral design?
The flowers for the 50th Anniversary are yellow roses and violets, so they formed the basis for my design. I then filled up empty space with some miscellaneous leaves and some baby's breath, that being a suitably wedding-themed type of flower.
I approved of being basically forced to put purple and yellow together. I like working with colours on opposite sides of the colour wheel!
The metal for this anniversary is of course gold, so out came the gold glitter again:
In an ideal world I would be able to print all cards properly, instead of printing them out on photo paper and mounting them on cardstock. But until I get so amazingly organised that I have all cards ready a year in advance and can send them off to Moo for printing (i.e. never).... this is the way they are done.
Adobe Photoshop CC2015 on a Wacom Cintiq Companion 2.