Vintage wedding fan fair…

I love the beautiful fan fair designer series paper from Stampin’ Up! and it was just perfect for a vintage style wedding card.  I did some stamping around the edges of the paper using the fabulous established elegance stamp set …

with a little bit of stamping on the inside too …

I was very honoured to be asked to make the wedding cake too.

I’ve known the bride for many years, since she was at senior school with my daughter, and I was delighted to be part of her special day.

She knew exactly the size, design and colour of cake she wanted to perfectly match her wedding colour scheme.

The photo shows the cake with the working board still in place as I didn’t want to assemble the cake before it got to the venue …

Some old olive satin ribbon from Stampin’ Up! (retired) finished off the cake board.

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Here’s what you need to make today’s card – all supplies from Stampin’ Up!:

cardstock: naturals white; stamp sets: established elegance stamp set; inks: crumb cake; accessories: blossom punch, antique brad, stampin’ dimensionals, adhesive pearls, sponge daubers, crochet trim, sticky strip, fan fair dsp, first edition dsp.

Thanks for dropping by today

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4 Responses to “Vintage wedding fan fair…”

  1. Absolutely beautiful card…a real piece of art! And the cake is lovely – bright and non-traditional….wonderful!

  2. Lovely card and cake Gill, you are a very talented lady

  3. A beautiful vintage style card Gill – just my favourite style of crafting ! Lovely soft colours too ! Hope the wedding planning is going well ? Jane x

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