I love the clean and simple look of today’s card. Cammie used her master brayering skills to create the variegated wide stripe to anchor the perfect and realistic daisies. The daisies were punched using the daisy punch #143713 and the 3/4 inch circle punch #119873. The sentiment is from the retired Tin of Cards stamp set but any sentiment would do.
Category Archives: Wedding
Today’s post is a fun design with lots of sparkle! Cammie started with gold foil base and then added a piece of Flirty Flamingo cardstock and heart edge using a retired Stampin Up edgelit. In between each heart Cammie added a glimmer heart punched from the also retired Confetti Heart Punch, The next layer was a piece of the gorgeous Painted with Love DSP #145580 and finally 3 glimmering hearts were cut using the Sunshine Wishes #141489 Thinlits to create this festive Valentine.
When I received the invitation to my cousins wedding, I knew that I was going to make a card for the lovely bride and groom to match the invite. I used the Wood Textures DSP #144177 as the background and then had cut the antlers. Once I had the antlers in place, I cut a sunflower out of a piece of the Stampin Up Painted Autumn DSP #144613 and then I added the hand cut roses and a mini tag with Mr and Mrs tied with a wee little linen bow. To complete the card, I added the embossed sentiment.
Congrats Brad and Steph! The wedding was gorgeous and a beautiful evening.
I used the Detailed Floral Thinlits #141482 to show case the new Lemon Lime Twist cardstock, the 1/2 inch Finely Woven Ribbon#144135, and the Itty Bitty Felt bows #144217 from the new 2017-2018 Stampin Up annual catalog. I added a flower stamped using the Bunch of Blossoms #141573 stamp set and punched using the coordinating Blossom Builder Punch #141469.
The wedding season is upon us so why not have a white wedding card! This card is a simple layout starting with the textured background using the Stampin Up Softly Falling #139672 Textured Impressions Embossing Folder. I then added the gorgeous heart cut from the Bloomin’ Heart Thinlits #140621 and added a view rhinestones and a white satin bow. I stamped the sentiment in Stazon ink onto a strip of vellum to create a completly stunning card.
I have been on a roll lately using retiring or retired products so that I can make room for more when the new 2016-2017 annual catalog comes out. I have had a sneak peek and I must say there are lots of new things coming. Today, I used the retired Something Borrowed DSP from Stampin Up as the background layer and then used the Rose Garden Thinlits and the coordinating Rose Wonder stamp set bundled items #140804 to finish off this classic wedding card.