Deco labels wedding card …

My daughter asked me to make a wedding card for their friends, Stu and Katie, who got married recently, so I got out some of my new goodies from Stampin’ Up! 

I just love the new deco labels framelits from Stampin’ Up! – they look so classy – so made them the star feature of the card …

wedding card Stu and Katie

I inked through a damask pattern stencil (from my stash), onto a piece of very vanilla cardstock, with night of navy ink, using a sponge dauber.  A length of very vanilla seam binding ribbon adhered across the card added some texture.  I cut three deco labels using the deco labels framelits and the big shot die cutting machine, and then inked the largest and the smallest frames around the edges with night of navy ink and my sponge dauber.

I stamped the sentiment in night of navy onto the smallest label, using my stamp-a-majig for perfect placement, and then assembled the card using stampin’ dimensionals to raise the labels up.  A tiny taffeta ribbon bow and a row of adhesive pearls completed the card. 

The card design could easily be adapted for anniversary, birthday, or any celebration – just change up the colour and you could change the occasion.

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

cardstock: night of navy, very vanilla; stamp sets: sentiment (retired); inks: night of navy; accessories: adhesive pearls, stampin’ dimensionals, tombow glue, very vanilla taffeta ribbon (retired), deco labels framelits, big shot machine, stamp-a-majig; additional: damask pattern stencil from my stash.

Thanks for dropping by today


6 Responses to “Deco labels wedding card …”

  1. Love this card – very classy x

  2. Gorgeous Gill! Night of navy is the colour my daughter’s wedding stationery is so may just case this card. Xx


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