Jun 30, 2020

Wedding Card in Gold and White

Hey there!
It's Judy here with some inspiration
for creating a classic and elegant wedding card.

I decided to use plain white and gold glitter card stocks
and a white 5 x 6.5 inch card base.

I used several die sets.

Using the Sue Wilson die set I created borders
around a rectangular piece of white card stock.
This took a little bit of time but I like how it came out.
This die set is very versatile as you can use
the dies in many ways to create various edges.

I added gold glitter card to the white card base
and layered the border edged piece on to the gold.

Next I added a rectangle die cut in gold.
Then came the oval frame die cut, which was
adhered with foam tape.
The bride and groom from the wedding canopy
was added inside the frame.
I die cut the smaller "Forever" sentiment, added
to a small rectangle and popped across the lower edge 
of the oval piece.

I hope I've provided some inspiration for you to
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1 comment:

  1. Gorgeous wedding card, Judy! I love that you combined all of the different die cuts to create this beautiful wedding scene.


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