Friday, November 5, 2010
Todays post is a wedding card that could be used to celebrate the marriage of that special couple in your life. This project illustrates how a card can be put together, not only with a concentration on the outside presentation but also with a close look at what can be done with the inside of a card as well. The 3-Dimensional elements added to this card brings a richness, not to mention the shimmer and sheen of the paper used to bring home the celebration factor that weddings offer us... For this card I used a specialty glazed cardstock and matted the front panel with an ivory petallic cardstock layering with the glazed swirl paper again. The leaf and vine accent across the front is a Spellbinder Grand Borderability and it was embossed using Bazzil's gold foil paper. In the inside I used Spellbinders Classic Lace Border Grand. The butterflies are from Provocraft's Cuttlebug Cut and Emboss Butterflies and is currently available at Scrapaholics.ca Click on any of the links you see and you will be brought directly to the page at the store offering these wonderful and versatile products.
The stamp is one I picked up on my travels (not sure of brand but it is a wood mounted stamp) and it is matted nicely using the gold foil and Spellbinders Long Classic Rectangles and then with the Spellbinders Long Classic Scalloped Rectangles. Thank You for visiting again. Your comments and questions are welcomed and appreciated. See you tomorrow!!