Last Friday I was in a rush. Josh had yet another wedding to go to. I thought I had a wedding card made as I made up quite a few at one time a couple of months ago. But I didn’t keep up with how many weddings he has been to lately!!! So this was a wedding card made in a hurry.
This card changed a lot over the time I made it but in the end I went with this. It was hard to get a good photo of it so I do apologise for the lighting.
The base is Sweet Sugarplum and the white card is embossed with the Petal Burst Embossing Folder. I only just received this folder. I can’t believe I waited so long! The sentiment which is from Always and Forever is heat embossed by Copper Embossing Powder. The white circle was layered on a piece of Copper Foil cut with the Layering Circle Framelits. I played around with different things on it and wasn’t sure which way to go. Like I had so much time to muck around with it… In the end I cut a few of the flowers and leaves from the Flourish Thinlits. A few loopy Copper Threads and an adhesive pearl finished it off.
I hope you like the finished result. Maybe I should have done 2 as there is another wedding for him to go to in a couple of weeks … 🙂
Have a great weekend,
Last week I had a big week making wedding cards. I had 8 to make all up. Two were for a family wedding last week and one for a family friend and then Josh has 5 weddings coming up. Yes, 5!
So I thought I would share them with you. The lighting is not great for these. Sorry but I hope it gives you a good idea.
This first one uses the retired Bundle of Love DSP. I had a small piece left which I thought would work a treat AND one last little embellishment. The card base is Sahara Sand. The sentiment is from Rose Wonder. The ribbon is the Very Vanilla Satin ribbon retired also. I cut a leaf spray in Sahara Sand and in Vellum. This was for our nephew’s wedding.
This one I made for my Mother In Law to give our nephew (her grandson) as she was unwell to make a card. The hearts are from Sunshine Wishes cut from Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper and Rich Razzleberry card. The sentiment and the little swirly flourishes are from Floral Phrases. The main colour is Rich Razzleberry and I used some Rich Razzleberry Cotton ribbon (retired).
I made a couple of these ones below in Sweet Sugarplum using Sunshine Wishes and Floral Phrases again. This time the sentiment is from Rose Wonder. I have used the retired Sweet Sugarplum Ruched Ribbon.
These next 2 I made the same. I made 2 in Island Indigo and 2 in Crumb Cake. These cards were inspired by an idea on Pinterest.
To create this card:
I cut the flower (from the Rose Garden Thinlits) from the Whisper White card and then embossed it with the Softly Falling Embossing Folder. This piece was adhered to the card mat (Crumb Cake or Island Indigo. Then I adhered the Die cut flower on to the card and adhered the whole piece to the Thick Whisper White card base. I cut a leaf spray from Crumb Cake (or Island Indigo) and also with Vellum. The sentiment is from Rose Wonder set. On these I added a little bow with either the White Baker’s Twine or Linen Thread.
Perhaps Linen Thread is not considered very elegant for weddings but based on a number of the invitations that Josh has received they are quite often very rustic in the crumb cake colour or with doilies and/or tied up with twine. So I think these were well suited.
Hope they inspire you for your next wedding cards. These will get me by for a couple of months!!
Have a great day,
Today we went to a wedding. It was a really lovely service and special to be a part of it. This was for friends of Josh’s and he was one of the Groomsmen. He looked pretty swish if you ask me but I can say that because I am his mum. 🙂
We managed to grab a family snap. It is not often that we are all together. I don’t often share family stuff here but today I will….. 🙂
Anyway, you didn’t come here to see family snaps you want to see crafty projects. I wanted to share the Wedding card I made. Now I have known about this wedding for months as you do but I just didn’t know how to go about this card. The Invitation had Ombre blue stripes so I considered working something in with that but I ended up with this. Hope the Bride and Groom like it.
I went with Dapper Denim card base and Soft Sky mat. On the White card I stamped the sentiment from Rose Wonder. If you can see closely at the bottom is a new Embossing Folder from the Upcoming Occasions Catalogue. I broke it out of it’s package just for this! This is the ‘Falling Petals’ Textured Impressions Folder. They look like falling hearts. Just a couple of Tips with this folder: 1) When you emboss you might get little marks or the “hearts” squished looking. I added a piece of scrap paper in the folder on top of the card when I embossed it which prevented this. 2) This embossing folder covers the full card but I didn’t want all the card covered only to emboss just the bottom edge. This was hard to do because of the position of the hearts. So I cut a separate small strip of Whisper White card the width of the full white card piece and embossed just the strip. Then I adhered that piece straight on to the card. You wouldn’t even know!
The ribbon used is not Stampin’ Up! The larger swirly hearts are cut from the Sunshine Wishes Thinlits. I cut one in Dapper Denim and one in Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. The little sparkly heart is a heart punched from the 2-Step Owl Punch in Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper. It adds a little sparkle.
This is the inside of the card.
Mmm? Shame the lighting isn’t great. The weather has been a bit funny. Hope you get the idea anyway.
This sentiment is also from Rose Wonder set. I thought it needed something else to the inside so I punched some little hearts from the 2-Step Owl Punch in Dapper Denim and Dazzling Diamonds Glimmer Paper.
Thanks for visiting today.
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