Today, I have another wedding card for you. This one was intended for a couple of friends whom just entered the love boat together. This card had to come quickly as I was (as always) a little late and I didn’t have much time left before the wedding. Although I made it very quickly, I like the result. The vellum creates this soft look and I made these two rings out of glitter paper and some pearls. I got the stamp on eBay, so I can’t tell you from which company it is, sorry… I finalized the card by adding a pierced square around the main panel, I believe this adds to the sophisticated look.
Hope you liked it!
Today’s card is one I made for friends that just entered into married life. This simple wedding card came together very quickly and it does not involve much stamping. I used the honeycomb embossing folder from Stampin’up and folded some butterflies. I found this way of making butterflies by accident one day and I find myself reaching for it quiet often since. I Finished of by matting the stamped sentiment and layering the honeycomb on some very vanilla cardstock to make them pop.
I think it is a very easy card with a WOW effect. Just perfect for a wedding! Maybe I should add some bling next time… Don’t hesitate to leave me a comment!
I finally got a very little bit of time to prepare another set of posts. I have to admit that, since the move, I have no time left at all! I prepared my blog posts in advance (during November), so that my blog would fire one post every week till January 15th. I thought this would give me time to settle and arrange a new craft room, but unfortunately, we aren’t quiet ready yet! We just found a house and will be moving in around February 15th. So no space nor time to scrap (AND I MISS IT SOOOO). On top of that, I lost my PC battery charger during the move, meaning I don’t have a personal computer any more! So even keeping up to date while surfing on your blogs has become difficult :s . I hope everything will get in order soon.
Luckily, I still have pictures of past projects (19 to be exact, I really need to get crafty again!). This is a wedding card I made a year ago, I think. I wanted to add some dimension to my card by using these folded butterflies. I intend to include this card (and the folding technique) in one of my coming classes (as soon as I am up and running again). Of course you recognize the dotted scallop punch from stampin’up. I used some thread to sew little stiches through the little holes to bring some interest to the punched border. The sentiment reads: “congratulations!”. All stamps are stampin’up, however, as my stash isn’t out yet I can’t tell you the name of the stamp sets they belong to, sorry.
Hope you like this week’s card, I’ll try to be back next week with another of my hidden projects!