Today I’m sharing the love with this card made from the Last A Lifetime Bundle. This is a bundle themed around love and weddings and features some gorgeous dies. Today I’ve chosen to focus on the floral images in the stamp set and their matching dies.
For my card background I chose a sheet of petel pink designer paper which has Champagne foiling on from the Parisian Blossoms collection, I love this design for backgrounds.
I stamped my greeting onto the second largest die from the Stitched Nested Labels Dies. To add some more of the champagne colour to my project I used the Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint and stamped the edges of my nested Label with the large floral die from the stamp set, this adds a nice subtle shimmer to the greeting panal and ties it togther with the background.
To finish the card I added two of the large stamped floral springs which have been stamped in Tuxedo Black Memento Ink and coloured with Petal Pink and Mint Macaron Stampin’ Blends. As a finishing touch I added coloured the berries on the floral springs with Champagne Mist Shimmer Paint using a Blender Pen to apply the paint to my project.
This card would make a lovely wedding or anniversary card or just to let someone know you love them whatever time of year.
Happy Belated New Year everyone, sorry I’ve been away longer than I was expecting but I needed a complete crafting break. I’m back now and raring to show some projects I’ve been working on over the pass few days using some of the gorgeous new products from out new January/June Mini Catalogue and also Sale-A-Bration which is already well under way.
For today’s project I’m sharing a card I made for my cousins wedding at the beginning of this year. I chose to base the card around the papers in the Parisians Blossoms Specialty Designer Paoer because its stunning and I thought the champagne foil accents on the flowers would work well for the wedding theme.
The greeting comes from the Last A Lifetime stamp set and was stamped in Petal Pink on a matt die cut from the Printed Labels Dies. I added some of the Petal Pink Metallic Edged Ribbon across the top third of the card before adhering my greeting. I then added three fussy cut flowers onto the card and added a Champagne Rhinestone to their centres to finish the card off.
Here’s a look at the inside of the card, hope my cousin and her new husband liked the card.
Card Base: Half A4 sheet of cardstock cut to 14.9cm x 21cm, scored at 10.5cm
Petal Pink Matt Layer: 10cm x 14.4cm
DSP Layer: 9.5cm x 13.9cm
Today I’ve used the Christmas Rose stamp set to create a wedding card. I’ve gone far away from the colours in the Christmastime Is Here Suite and focused on colours from my own wedding. I used Blackberry Bliss and Gold for my own wedding stationary, here I’ve added in Mint Macaron as a green for the foiliage.
I stamped the Chrsitmas Rose in Versamark and embossed with Gold Stampin’ Emboss Powder. I coloured the roses with both Blackberry Bliss Stampin’ Blends and the leaves in a mix of Light Shaded Spruce and Dark Mint Macaron which gave them a two-tone effect which I really like. I used a few drops of Golden Glitz Delicata Reinker and a Blender pens to colour in the berries on the image.
I added some interest to the Mint Macaron background layer by stamping the inner berry stamp in a random pattern all over with Versmark ink. I then added a strip of the Gold Shimmer Ribbon across the middle before adhering onto the Gold Foil layer.
I stamped the greeting from Beautiful Bouquet onto the large frame from the Roses die set and added this to the card. I then added my rose diecut over the top. I finished the card off with some of the Gold Glitter Enamel Dots which I am loving and seem to be putting on every thing I make.
I’m loving all the products in the Christmastime Is Here Suite and actually how versatile they are as I don’t think this card looks Chrismassy at all do you?
Today I’m sharing a card I made for my friends wedding on saturday. I chose the Beautiful Bouquet stamp sets are its one of my favourites and I don’t think you can make a bad card with it. I chose a colour scheme of Blushing bride, Rococo Rose and Mint Macaron. I love how good Rococo Rose and Blushing Bride look together, perfect partners in my opinion.
I stamped my greeting on the large detailed frame from the Stitched Labels Dies. I then build up my bouquet at the left hand side. I added some of the Gold Metallic pearls to the centres of the flowers, I can’t seem to put these down at the moment.
For the card base I used one of the Bird Ballard Laser Cut Cards as a base with a layer of Blushing Bride on the inside. I love this card and hope my friend and her new husband do too.
Today I’m sharing a card from the Wonderful Moments stamp set which I’m glad is carrying over as its a great set for creating cards for those special moments for the women in our lives.
I love this image of the bride, although if you changed the colours it could aslo work well as a ballgrown making its suitable from prom cards or twenty-first birthday cards.
I wasn’t sure about the sentiment “For the Bride” at first I mean what about the groom too? But wouldn’t this be a lovely card so send a to a friend or daughter on the morning of her wedding with a few heartfelt words.
I stamped the bride onto the marble effect paper in Petal Promenade DSP and the coloured the bride with Petal Pink, Crumb Cake and Flirty Flamingo Stampin’ Blends. I then fussy cut out the bride image and mounted her behind a frame of Petal Pink cardstock cut from the Rectangle Stitched Dies.
For the backgroudn of the card I ran a layer of Shimmery White cardstock through the Subtle Embossing Folder to add a little bit of texture. To finish the card I added the “For the Bride” sentiment, a little heart cut from the Stitched Labels Dies and some Petal Pink pearls to the bride’s dress form the Artisan Pearls collection.
Hope you enjoyed today’s project and are enjoying your Bank Holiday if you’re in the UK.
I don’t know about you but this time of year I seem to be at a wedding every other weekend, so my stash of wedding cards is rapidly depleting. The dies and stamps in the Stitched All Around bundle provide the perfect base for creating some lovely wedding cards.
For this simple card I created a background by running a layer of Powder Pink cardstock through the bigshot in the Tufted 3D Dynamic Impressions Embossing Folder which adds that luxury quilted effect to the card which I think is just begging for pearls to be in the centres of each “tuft”. A little Flirty Flamingo round the edges adds a little more depth to the card.
Add a sentiment to that gorgeous swirly edged die and finish with some of the darling stitched hearts in Flirty Flamingo for a gorgeous wedding card I’m sure any couple will love.