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December 18, 2009

A simple wedding greetings card I made

My sons teacher got married this week and I made this simple card .

I cut the card base and the envelope using the G. Then cut  a maroon/red cardstock 1/2 an inch less than the base and cuttlebugged it. Then cut another brown patterned paper about 2 1/2 inch wide to add vertically. Label is spellbinder die. Added ribbons and popdarted the label after stamping congrats and adding 2 pink stone brads. I cut the dove and heart from wedding cartridge . Used gold foil pen to outline the heart and the edged around the heart. Stickled the dove and then added some bling. Added some 3 D dimensional stickers to just 2 corners.
Inside the card and then on the envelope  added 2nd generation? stamping of manuscript stamp.
Ha - I love this method. I ink the stamp and then on another paper and then stamp on the cardstock/envelope. I then printed out a sentiment n the inside (not shown). Cut the same patterned paper for the envelope and another label to print the name. 2 more stickers in the corner of the envelope and the card is done
I did not do this card from any sketch. Just chose an image from the wedding cartridge and felt (yes felt as color brings out emotions) what colors I wanted to speak for me and then the rest just went with the flow.


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