Wedding Card

Hello everyone,

I can’t believe it’s June already.  June is a big wedding month and so  I decided to play along with the Paper Players this week as their challenge is Wedded Bliss.  Our niece is getting married on June 13 so I needed a card for her wedding, so this is the perfect challenge for me.

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Here is the card I am submitting:

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Supplies you will need:  

  • Cardstock:  Whisper White, Rich Razzelberry, Basic Black, Gold linen paper (from Hobby Lobby)
  • Heart shaped doily
  • Punches:   Bird punch, scalloped oval, heart
  • Pearls
  • Ribbon
  • Cuttlebug embossing folder
  • Perfect Layers Tool
  • Adhesives, glue dots, and dimensionals

Assembling the card:

  1. Form a 5 x 7 ” card with the Whisper White cardstock
  2. Cut a piece of Rich Razzelberry 4 1/2″ x 6 1/2″ and run it through the Cuttlebug embossing folder of your choice.  Adhere to black cardstock
  3. Using Perfect Layers tool trim the black cardstock using  1/8″
  4. Next attach your ribbon to the card front as shown.
  5. Attach this panel to the front of the card base.
  6. Attach the heart shaped doily to this front panel using thin glue dots.
  7. Punch out a heart from the gold linen paper and attach to heart doily as shown
  8. Punch out birds, one black and one white.  Punch out wings from coordinating DSP and attach to birds as shown.
  9. Attach the birds to the front of the doily as shown using dimensionals.
  10. Stamp sentiment onto small scrap of white cardstock and punch out with the scalloped oval punch.  Adhere to front of card using dimensionals.
  11. Attach pearls to front of card as shown (on sentiment and heart shaped doily).

Well, thanks for stopping by. Hope you have a wonderful day and can find some time to create!

Kathy

 

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2 thoughts on “Wedding Card

  1. So pretty. I love the heart shaped doily behind the birds. What a perfect focal point for a wedding card. Love the colors, too. So glad you joined the Paper Players this week
    jaydee

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