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.
Filed under Cards, Wedding
For today’s card, I wanted to showcase the new in color, blackberry bliss. I used a sheet of the Moonlight DSP paper stack #133701. The Stampin Up DSP paper stacks sized perfectly for a card maker because they are 4 1/2 ” X 6 1/2 ” pieces of beautiful double sided paper. Each paper stack comes in paper 48 sheets of 12 doubled sided papers. For the main focal point of the card, I stamped the Happy Watercolor (now retired) flower and then used my Blackberry bliss ink and aqua painter pen to color in the flowers. The sentiment is from the Sassy Salutations #126707. I added the panel to the inside of the On Film #132969 photo frame and added 3 rhinestones colored with the all new Rich Razzleberry blendabilites #131003.
Today’s card is another great set that Cammie created using the same basic layout and then switched up some of the elements to change the look. For both cards she created a lattice border using the Chevron Border #132154 punch. She punched the border first and then used the individual leftover chevrons to create the lattice look. The main panel of each card is a piece of the fabulously yummy and soon to be gone Watercolor Wonder DSP #132994. The flowers were hand cut from the Watercolor wonder sheet of floral DSP. She then curled them and clustered them on the card front. She completed the card by adding Basic Pearls for the flower centers and then lattice intersections on the daffodil yellow card. The daffodil card also has colored pearls and Cammie used her Stampin Up reinkers to colorize them. Teaser alert… Coloring pearls and rhinestones will get easier with the Blendability Markers available in the new 2014-2015 Stampin Up annual catalog. To complete the card Cammie added a sentiment from the Sassy Salutations #126707 stampset.