Happy Friday, Stampers! You made it through the week. Today I’m changing it up a bit. Instead of more Christmas ideas I’m tossing in an elegant wedding card. This actually came about because I was playing around with the Detailed Floral Framelits. I decided to see how it would look in Silver Foil paper. Well, one thing led to another and this is what I came up with.
This framelit set is just so beautiful you really don’t need to do anything to it. I used a simple Satin ribbon (now on Clearance) to close the doors.
A simple wish inside using Night of Navy ink to match the Night of Navy Cardstock and the Floral Phrases Stamp Set. This is just so beautiful there is nothing more to say. I really love both the Detailed Floral Framelits and the matching Floral Phrases Stamp Set.
Have an enjoyable weekend and I’ll be back on Monday with a Thank You Card. Until then…Happy Stamping!
It’s getting close to that time of year when we celebrate a lot of weddings so I revised the Cottage Greetings Card Kit to meet my needs. It’s a great kit as is but you can also do so much more with it.
I added the decorative corners with the Curvy Corner Trio Punch and used silver embossing powder for the sentiment.
Here’s the inside sentiment again Silver Embossing and popped up on Silver Foil Paper. This is a perfect sentiment.
One of the great things about this kit is it includes the Silver Foil envelope liners. Also the base card came from the kit. I love it!
Stamp Set – Rose Wonder
Ink – Versa Mark
Paper – Cottage Greetings Card Kit, Silver Foil, Whisper White
Quick and easy! You should really consider this kit and others. You can follow the directions or go off and create with the kit as your starting point. My next kit project is the Tin of Cards. It has been sitting here since the Annual Catalog came out!
Have a wonderful week and until my next post – Happy Stamping!
My friend (and neighbor) was in need of a wedding card quickly…it was around noon today and they were leaving at 3:00. So, I went to work. Didn’t have time to think about it too much but I am pleased with the end result and so was she.
The heart and tag are both retired but those were the first stamps that came to mind. The ribbon, pearls and doily make it delicate.
Simple inside sentiment. I left room so she could write a note.
Made a matching envelope liner too. I love heat embossing…it makes a card come to life!
Hope the bride and groom enjoy their hand stamped card.