A little bit of glimmer for a sparkling engagement …

It was such a pleasure to make the card I have to share with you today.  I made it for my daughter to send to her friends who just got engaged. 

I started with a square card base and some quatrefancy designer series paper – I just love the daffodil delight pattern – I think it is such a gorgeous, bright and cheerful colour.  For the embellishments, I played with different sizes of heart framelits from Stampin’ Up! to cut out the heart from silver glimmer paper …

Silver glimmer Engagement card 

I couldn’t find an engagement sentiment in my stash, so used the congratulations from the itty bitty banners set instead.

Finally, I tied a length of whisper white organza ribbon around the card and added a hand-tied bow with mini glue dots. I seriously love this ribbon – it ties so beautifully and sits perfectly on any card.   

silver glimmer heart close up

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

cardstock: silver glimmer, whisper white; stamp sets: itty bitty banners; inks: basic grey; accessories: stampin’ dimensionals, quatrefancy designer series paper, hearts framelits, bigshot machine, whisper white organza ribbon, mini glue dots.

Thanks for dropping by today


10 Comments to “A little bit of glimmer for a sparkling engagement …”

  1. Gill, this is really beautiful and so elegant. I love the sparkly heart.

  2. A lovely fresh card – so very pretty ! I see you are liking the trimmer attachments – something else for the wish list !!!! Xxxx

  3. WOW simply elegant, love it

  4. Very beautiful! Im sure the happy couple will love it! Thanks so much for joining us at Craftin Desert Divas!

  5. Very pretty and elegant !! The colors are perfect !Thank you so much for joining us at Craftin’ Desert Divas Linky party !!


  6. Elegant, classy and beautiful. Debs x

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