Saturday, November 6, 2010

A Belated Wedding Card

Whoops-a-daisy!

This wedding already happened!

Better late than never, I guess. ;)


I made the ribbon strip for a different card that didn't work out. I couldn't even think of throwing out all that product and effort so I turned it into a wedding card. It was done by running a strip of Scor-tape down the center of a white strip of cardstock and then "ruffling" the ribbon down it. The other 2 strip were pleated and sewn, then adhered with Scor-tape.

A white shimmer card base, silver foil mat and shimmery lavender card front impressed with Giga Guidelines added the formal requirement. The sentiment helped, too: Labels 14 clear heat embossed with a stamp from Gina K Designs.





{Supplies}
  • Cardstock: Shimmer, Stamper's Select (Papertrey Ink); silver foil, shimmery lavender (unknown)
  • Patterned Paper (envelope liner): Friends 'Til the End (Papertrey Ink)
  • Stamps: Delightful Dahlia (PTI), Lovely Labels (Gina K Designs)
  • Ink: Versamark, Tuxedo Black (Memento)
  • Ribbon: Hawaiian Shores grosgrain, Lemon Tart twill, Plum Pudding twill (PTI)
  • Dies: Labels 14 (Spellbinders), A2 Envelope Liner (PTI)
  • Other Tools: Giga Guidelines impression plate (PTI), sewing machine, clear embossing powder

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