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First Anniversary Gift by Brooke of Claremont Road

It’s likely that many of you are already familiar with the amazing talent of Brooke, AKA Mrs. Cupcake on Weddingbee – I know I’ve been a fan for a couple of years now. I was pretty sure nothing could top the amazing teal and lime invitations that Brooke designed for her September 2008 wedding, until I saw the brilliant first anniversary gift she made for her husband. It combines a few of my favorite things – chip board, Gocco, and pretty hand lettering – for a gift that is so thoughtful and unique I just had to share it with you. If you ever find yourself at a complete loss as to what to gift someone, perhaps even your own spouse, for a paper anniversary, you should definitely get inspired by Brooke’s creation.



For complete details on how Brooke created this little masterpiece, visit Claremont Road. You can also find her regularly on Louella Court, the inspired blog of Louella Press and Two Paper Dolls.

{Photos by Brooke for Claremont Road.}

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Liv Lundelius

Tuesday 3rd of November 2009

wow , really like this. .-= Liv Lundelius's most recent blog post: red veils and candy… =-.

brooke @ claremont road

Monday 2nd of November 2009

Both of my parents are lefties, which I'd imagine is pretty uncommon. So yeah, I was pretty much stuck with it :-) Thanks for all your sweet words... I love the new blog, by the way! .-= brooke @ claremont road's most recent blog post: how right you are, fortune cookie. =-.

brooke @ claremont road

Monday 2nd of November 2009

I'm blushing! Thanks so much for featuring my work, Cyd! :-) .-= brooke @ claremont road's most recent blog post: the Drapers =-.


Monday 2nd of November 2009

The pleasure is all mine, Brooke! I'm always amazed by the things you dream up and I love the fact the fact the you're a leftie! I've recent discovered that many of the most amazing calligraphers and hand-lettering/typography artists are left handed. (Which, to me, seems a bit counterintuitive given the smudging issue you noted. I'm completed fascinated by this phenomenon. hahaha)

two brunettes

Monday 2nd of November 2009

UM! Gorgeous!! :o) .-= two brunettes's most recent blog post: chirp chirp =-.