I REALLY stepped out of my comfort zone with this card!! Not only does it not have a colored stamp on it, but it is CAS!!! This was partly out of necessity, as my printer was out of ink, and I wanted to get a card into a few challenges. I recently purchased some new dies….the scribble is a Tim Holtz die, the feathers are some extremely inexpensive no name dies that I found on Amazon, and the sentiment is Tattered Lace . I threw a few sequins on, and thought it really didn’t need anything else. I really like the clean and classy look to this, and it will be nice to have a few wedding cards on hand for the summer
I would like to enter the following challenges with this:
Cupcake Inspirations – #405 Color Inspiration
AAA Cards – #89 Bright and Beautiful
Hey there!! It’s time for a new challenge over at C.R.A.F.T. Our theme is Love/Valentines/Anniversary this time around, and we have
All Dressed Up stamps sponsoring us. Try to make some time to check out the LOVEly makes of my fellow DT members
I used the sweet Over the Moon image from the sponsor. I colored it with my Prismacolors, with touches of Wink of Stella on her dress and veil, then decided to use the background technique from the latest monthly pencil class over at Kit and Clowder. The colors are way different than what’s used in the class, but that’s the nice thing, the techniques can be applied to any project in any color. The papers are some that I just purchased a while ago, when some of my friends and I went on a road trip to the only scrapbooking store in the area. I took the metallic bits from the paper pattern, and used some gold mirror cardstock to mat everything and to cut the Mr. and Mrs. with my Cricut. Some gold ribbon and a rose finish this card off…..the layout was inspired by this sketch:
over at Tuesday Morning Sketches
I would also like to enter this card into these challenges:
Allsorts Challenge Blog – Week 400 -Let’s Celebrate!
Tuesday Throwdown – ATG #327
Here’s a wedding card I made for my nephew and his new bride. I used their wedding colors with silver and cream accents. The roses and silver accents are dollar store finds ( what can I say, I’m thrifty ☺). I embossed the green and mauve panels with a Spellbinders embossing folder. I rubbed the high points with silver Inka Gold Metallic Rub. I finished it off by matting everything with black card stock, and adding some punched greenery and silver ribbon. I used this sketch from the Sketch Saturday challenge.