Pretty print engagement card …

Hi Everyone

Gosh – is it really Wednesday again already? The weeks are really flying by.  So it must mean it’s time to share another card with you…

Silver heart congrats

Silver glimmer paper and the heart framelits from Stampin’ Up! made a pretty centre piece for this engagement card. 

I really love the designer series paper and the way the dry embossing turned out for the background too.   

Silver heart

The whisper white organza ribbon added a touch of softness and texture to the card. 

And how gorgeous is the pretty print embossing folder?! It’s available in the current seasonal catalogue if you want (read that as “need”) to get your hands on one.  

I’ve been using it on some Christmas cards too, so do pop back again soon to see those too. 

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

cardstock: whisper white, silver glimmer; stamp sets: itty bitty banners; inks: basic grey; accessories: quatrefancy dsp, whisper white organza ribbon, stampin’ dimensionals, glue dots, heart framelits, pretty print embossing folder, bigshot machine.

Thanks for dropping by today


14 Comments to “Pretty print engagement card …”

  1. Gill, this is so pretty, neat and gorgeous! C x

  2. That is such a pretty card:)

  3. I know a couple who will be thrilled to receive this, it’s beautiful, love the colour blue too.

  4. such a lovely card

  5. I love everything about this card Gill …. the papers, embossing design and colours.
    Love it. Debs x

  6. Stunning & so elegant. Hugs Bev x

  7. You’ll make me blush with your kind comments Bev! Thanks for visiting my blog. Gill x

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