Tuesday, 18 July 2017

Just Married!

Some good friends of mine are getting married next month, so I thought I'd better make a card for them! It's not going to be a traditional white wedding, so I didn't want to make a typical white card. I decided to make a 'wedding cake' from some snippets of patterned papers (from the 'Yours Truly' pad by Pebbles Inc). I distressed the edges of the papers, and added some faux stitching using my CutterBee Bug and a black gel pen. I added some adhesive pearls around the centre of each tier if the 'cake' and a paper flower to the top. The sentiment is from a set by Lili of the Valley.


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10 comments:

Brawny said...

Great design. Fab card x

Claire said...

Awesome design and so very different from most wedding cards, fab card x

Sandra H said...

This is such a pretty card lovely design too! x

Di said...

Love this card Helen - it's very different yet still a perfect Wedding card! And super use of snippets of course :)

Hugs

Di xx

Nathalie said...

Very cute card! Thank for playing with us at Fussy & Fancy challenge.
Nathalie DT

Lynne said...

A great idea for a different type of wedding card, it's lovely. Thank you for joining in at As You Like It x

Sarah said...

This is a wonderful wedding card, love the strings of pearls, a really lovely touch. Thank you for joining in at AYLI. Sarah DT

Rae Ann said...

These colors look so great on the kraft background. The pearls are a great touch for this card.

Thank you for joining us at Crafty Sentiments for our Clean and Simple or Fussy and Fancy challenge.

Jeanie Ellis said...

I love your card! The kraft paper looks great as a background for the cake! Thank you so much for entering our ATG challenge at Through The Craft Room Door this week. Looking forward to see you again next challenge.
Regards,
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