Friday, July 1, 2011

Best Wishes

I needed a wedding card that would 'Wow'. What do you think...does it work? When I think of wedding cards, I always think elegant. In this case, I used the Bella Blue DSP.

The prints in this pack are pretty and sophisticated. I played around with the prints until I got two that would work together. In this case, I did not use the coordinating prints on the sheet-front/back. I usually do.

My brother is getting married in two weeks and we're all pretty excited for him. Lucky for us, we'll be going to CA and getting out of the 110+ degree weather here in AZ. I'm looking forward to a little beach time.

Do you have a wedding card that you've made that you'd like to share? If so, I'd love to see it. Be sure to leave me a link! Thanks for stopping by.

Stamps: Bella's Bloom & Vintage Labels
Paper: Crumb Cake & Very Vanilla Cardstock; Bella Bleu DSP
Ink: Early Espresso Classic Ink
Accessories: Vintage Wallpaper Embossing Folder, Top Note Die, Paper Piercer & Mat Pack, Early Espresso Taffeta Ribbon, Half Back Pearls and Dimensionals/Pop Dot


Jessica said...

Hi!! I need to leave you a message. This card is precious. TFS! I inmediately started thinking how I could re create it with another stamp -I dont have this one. Yikes!! Great job!! U r very talented.
Jessica Urrutia from SConnection

Ken said...


scrappingnana said...

Very pretty card. Love the papers and colors.

Susie W. said...

SO elegant! I used this stamp today, too. But, your card is card is so much prettier than mine!
Thanks for sharing :)

Kristin Moore said...

STUNNING! I love how sophisticated and subtle it is. A perfectly beautiful wedding card!!!

Colleen Dietrich said...

Wow. You made my jaw drop with this one. I love the elegant tones, the single bloom, the way you layered your papers. Love it!