Tuesday, 11 April 2017
Handmade wedding card as showcased in Kylie Bertucci's Blog Highlight
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Today I am taking part in Kylie Bertucci's Stampin' Up! Blog Highlight. Our theme for this highlight is Wedding Cards.
I recently held a craft day for some of my team at work. I asked the ladies attending to look through my Pinterest board to choose which cards they would like to make. Abi really liked a version of this card I made last year (click here to see it). Thankfully, I still had some of the (now retired but totally amazing Timeless Elegance DSP) left over. So I decided to make an alternative version using current DSP from the A Little Foxy DSP Stack.
Admittedly, the wooden sentiment is retired but you can replace this with a die cut sentiment or any 3D sentiment you have in your crafty stash. The wooden sentiment in this version has been coated in Versamark ink and then embossed in silver to coordinare with the Smokey Slate.
The flowers have been die cut using the Botanical Builder Framelit Dies which are now retiring. Make sure you order these soon before they sell out!
You can order all of the products I have used to create this card (except the wooden element) from my online shop (you can find Shop Online in the menu bar at the top of the screen) - however, if you would like to get in touch to place your order, ask a question or request a catalogue - you can contact me through any of my social media channels found in the sidebar, or you can simply email me by clicking here.
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