Hello everyone! Jenn here today sharing a simple yet elegant Wedding card I created with the amazing Tutti Designs Dies!!
The dies used here:
I used the two largest from each set below.
Cuts to make:
Black cardstock 9X6 folded in half and burnished to make a 4.5 X 6 card.
For the inside layer, cut a piece of Ivory cardstock to 4.25 X 5.75. Sponge the edges gently with a sponge and black distress ink. Stamp a sentiment. I always coat my stamping with clear embossing powder and set with my heat tool to ensure that it is sealed and will not smudge.
Use glue or a tape gun to the back and adhere to the inside.
For the front of the card:
1 large dotted nesting rectangle - black cardstock
1 2nd largest dotted nesting rectangle - Ivory cardstock
1 2nd largest cross stitched circle - Ivory cardstock
1 3rd largest cross stitched circle - black cardstock
1 patterned piece cut to 4.25 X 5.75 as the main base on front. Adhere the circles and rectangles together as shown. Add a fussy cut wedding couple with foam adhesive squares to pop it up.
Add a sentiment stamp (best wishes used here)
Assemble as shown or you can rearrange however you like.
You could add some flowers or other embellishments if you like. I wanted a very clean, elegant look with mine and so I stuck with just the black and ivory.
Thank You for visiting my post today!! I hope you are inspired to get out your tools and supplies and create!!
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Until Next Thursday, and always, stay crafty!!
WOW what a gorgeous Wedding card Jenn! Beautiful design ... so elegant!ReplyDelete
So elegant, love the paper you used, great job!ReplyDelete
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