Creative elements wedding card …

There seems to have been a lot of weddings around lately – but I guess it is the season for it!  The parker’s patterns designer series paper was perfect for this pretty wedding card for my friend, Amy.  I added a row of stamping in marina mist ink close to both edges, stamping off once to achieve a paler colour.  The sentiment from the teeny tiny wishes stamp set was stamped in basic grey ink, using my stamp-a-majig for perfect placement …

Amy wedding close up

I cut out two hearts from very vanilla cardstock with the hearts framelits from Stampin’ Up, and stamped them with the flourish from the creative elements stamp set in marina mist ink.

Amys wedding card close up

I used the brush tip of a marina mist marker pen to colour in some areas, adding darker strokes for shading here and there with the narrow tip of the pen.  I adhered the hearts to the card with stampin’ dimensionals, and added adhesive pearls of different sizes in a random pattern.

Amy wedding close up 2

Finally, I tied a length of marina mist striped organdy ribbon around the card in a neat bow.

 Amy wedding

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

cardstock: very vanilla, naturals ivory; stamp sets: creative elements, teeny tiny wishes; inks: marina mist, basic grey; accessories: adhesive pearls, stampin’ dimensionals, hearts framelits, big shot, parker’s patterns designer series paper, marina mist striped organdy ribbon, marina mist stampin’ write marker pen, stampamajig.

Thanks for dropping by today


4 Comments to “Creative elements wedding card …”

  1. This is a fabulous card, wonderful color and brilliant design! As always, TFS!

  2. Hi Gill – such a lovely Wedding card – I love all the little details like the way you have edged the hearts in blue and the perfectly tied little bow !!! Beautiful !!!

  3. Lovely card Gill love the d s p

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