Wedding Card For A Special Couple
A wedding card for a young couple starting out in a new life together is so very special. The bride choose purples and whites for her wedding, so why not use those same colours as a jumping off point for the card. And that is exactly what I did.
I know that Stampin’ Up! Blendabilities are no longer available for purchase, but I do use them from time to time. I am so sorry that they had to discontinue selling these as they do a perfect job of colouring images. Boo Hoo! Maybe some day, SU will bring this beautiful product into our stamping world again.
Stamps: Birthday Blooms, Petite Pairs, Balloon Celebrations.
Ink/Markers: Wisteria Wonder, Wisteria Wonder Blendabilities, Wild Wasabi Blendabilities, Old Olive Blendabilities, Daffodil Delight Blendabilities, Soft Suede, VersaMark,Tuxedo Black.
Paper: Whisper White Thick, Wisteria Wonder, Whisper White, Neutral DSP Stack (Silver Diagonal Stripes), Botanical Blooms Vellum (2016 Sale-a-Bration),
Accessories: Blender Pens, White Tea Lace Paper Doily, Metallic Foil Doilies (large Silver), Wisteria Wonder Seam Binding Ribbon, Silver Emboss Powder, Washi Tape, White Gel Pen.
The Botanical Vellum was layered over the Wisteria Wonder panel. The treatment of coloured card stock behind vellum really brings on the design. This Botanical Vellum is available in the Sale-a-Bration catalogue as a Free gift with the purchase of $60 CDN.
The silver striped paper comes from the Neutral Designer Paper Stack. With the addition of the white Tea Lace Paper Doily and the Silver Metallic Foil Doily, the flower just is front and center.
Sometimes I decorate the inside of the card as I did with this one. I must do this treatment more often as it does really add to the card. I used the row of hearts and the flower from the stamp set and stamped them in Wisteria Wonder.
I am so pleased how this wedding card turned out and I am sure the bride and groom will be just as pleased.
Don’t forget Sale-a-Bration. See the beautiful products that are available for FREE just by ordering $60 from any of the catalogues.
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