Wedding Greeting Cards2

Written and Created by PaperCraftCentral Susan

Make your own wedding greeting cards2 enhance a special day

"True love stories never have endings."
~Richard Bach

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Young friends got married today. Making my own wedding card to congratulate them was top on my priority crafting list this week. Lately I have been enjoying the use of my Big Shot more and more, so I got it out to play again and started thinking about how I could make a special project for my friends.

Wedding Greeting Cards2 Instructions

Here's my Stampin' Up! Supply List:

  • A Whisper White cardstock base and another piece for the main image
  • Very Vanilla cardstock
  • Retired image from Fun and Fast Notes stamp set
  • Black Stazon ink
  • Textured Impressions 'Flower Garden' embossing folder (retired) and Big Shot machine
  • Whisper White Organza ribbon
  • Stampin' Write! markers
  • Rhinestone crystals

Here's what I did:

First I made my cake image by stamping in Stazon then colouring in the image with my markers. I added some rhinestones to the decorations on top of each cake layer. I edged the image with a marker as well and then I matted it onto Very Vanilla cardstock.

Next I ran some Very Vanilla cardstock through my Big Shot machine with the embossing folder. I trimmed the element to fit on the left hand side of my card front.

Using some Organza ribbon, I tied a piece around the Very Vanilla embossed image and made a bow.

Then I mounted the cake image to the right using Stampin' Dimensionals

wedding greeting cards2, handmade, papercraft, Big Shot

Tip: If you wanted to make the embossed image stand out more, you could ink it or turn it over and treat it as I have on this Manhattan Rose element.

One more thing - for wedding greeting cards2 to be truly finished, find a lovely quote to go inside and sign on the back that you are the card maker. I stamped a quote from God's Blessings (NLA) for the inside on a piece of Very Vanilla cardstock and adhered it to the card base.

I made another card as an order for a lady and have featured it on Susan's Saga if you would like to see that. It features its own envelope as it is quite a 3d greeting.

May the wedding lead to a strong and happy marriage, filled with blessings!

PS: If you live in Australia and would like to order any of the supplies I used that are still current, you can check out the items in my SusanSalutations Stampin' Up! Store.

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