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Written and Created by PaperCraftCentral Susan
Make your own wedding greeting cards2 enhance a special day
"True love stories never have endings."
Young friends got married awhile ack. Making my own wedding greeting card2 congratulate them was top on my priority crafting list that week.I made a card with products that were available then, but decided to remake the project with newer ones for you.
I think this new card turned out even better than the first one.
Lately I have been enjoying the use of my Stam[in' Cut and Emboss machin more and more, so I got it out to play again to make a special project for my friends.
Here's my Stampin' Up! Supply List:
Here's what I did:
First I ran some Very Vanilla cardstock through my Stampin' Cut and Emboss Machine machine with the embossing folder. I trimmed the element to fit on the left hand side of my card front and popped it up with Mini Stampin' Dimensionals.
Using some of the ribbon, I wrapped it around twice then tied a piece around the Very Vanilla embossed image in a bow.
I stamped my sentiment first in Crumb Cake then in gold ink to create a s
Then I mounted the sentiment image to the right of the embossed image panel.
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 my wedding greeting cards2 project to be truly finished, I signed on the back that I was the card maker.
I stamped 'Congratulations' insde and added some fern images.
I made another card as an order for a lady and have featured it on SusanSalutations blog 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.