Forever and always – Dani Peuss

Hello lovelies and happy Thursday! Today I am stopping by to share yet another wedding card with you. This time in pink tones. This card too, has a gift card pocket inside it.

I again used the Dani Peuss July kit papers for this card. The pink paper on the backgroud is from the kit. The other papers are from my own stash and older, but since the colours worked so well together, I used them.

The die cutting is again done using Elizabeth Craft Designs dies and the chipboard piece is by Wycinanka.

I also added some silver peel-off stickers to the background for additional detail and layered everything else on top of them. I also sneaked in some flower stickers from my older stash which also worked so well with the rest. I love adding and combining old with the new (also fits the wedding theme very well ;-)..) to my cards.

Inside the card there is plenty of room for wishes and the gift card. As you can see the Dani Peuss kit papers go a long way on a slimline card.

I also added plenty of half pearls to the card, because they make the card even more festive. I just hope now that the recipients will love the card.

Here is also a quick flip-thru video on the 3 recent cards I created – hope you like it:

Hope you liked what I shared and got inspired by it! I enjoy making slimline cards so much at the moment. I haven´ t done a mixed media card in a while – I wonder if I could still do one ;-). But I think it is very healthy to change the routine from time to time – otherwise it will all get boring.

Have a great Friday and see you during the weekend again with some more project shares.
xxx, Sanna

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Wedding card

Hello and happy Wednesday! Today I´m stopping by to share a wedding card I recently created. This one is again made out of older product that has been sitting on my schelf for a long time. About time it got used!

I made a slimline card base out of cream cardstock and then added the light brown patterned paper as a background to the card. After that I took some older Pink Paislee paper and fussy cut the roses and arranged them onto the left upper and right lower corner of the card. A stamped sentiment into the middle with a Teresa Collins sticker and the card was done.

I really like how this card turned out! It´s happy and elegant at the same time. I love the yellow roses!! And the red stamped sentiment works great with the rose paper, too! As I´ve used old product from my stash, I´ve tried to find similar product for you from recent collections and lines.

That´s all for today. Wishing you a great week!
Happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna

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Glückwunsch card

Hello lovelies and Happy Wednesday! Today I´m going to share a shiny wedding card with you. I´ve used Tonic Studios silver mirror cardstock to create the shiny surface and I love how easy it is to die cut. Here is what I did:Now photographing a mirror card is a little bit tricky. I took plenty of photos to get the silver surface look captured. But in the above photo you can see it pretty well. And I took this photo too, to give you an idea of the contrast of the silver cardstock in combination with the yellows, oranges and pinks on the flower pattern area. Ah, I just love that look! 

So what I did was I first die cut the Romantic Boquet (by Elizabeth Craft Designs) piece from silver mirror cardstock (see the supplies for details!). Then I took a piece of smooth white cardstock and inked it with orange, pink and yellow Distress Ink tones and placed it underneath the die cut boquet. I then took a piece of white watercolor cardstock and sprayed it pink with pink spray ink and then die cut the German Tonic sentiment from it.

I adhered everyting on place with craft glue and for the sentiment I used the Nuvo Glue Pen (Large). Works like a dream with fine, detailed pieces!! Oh, and as a card base I used the Fuchsia Pink Craft Perfect Cardstock. The card measures 16 x 13 cm´s.

Wishing you a great day and happy crafting,
xxx, Sanna

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Congratulations card – Tonic Studios

Hello everyone and happy Tuesday! I´ve got a different colored congratulations card prepared for you today. It´s for an orange-themed wedding reception. I´ve used mainly Tonic Studios products in combination with Distress Inks in yellow-orange-red range.

The centerpiece heart is one of the German sentiment die sets available at Tonic Studios UK online store as well as on QVC.de. I´ve first folded a piece of A4 sized paper into half to create my card base. I used white cardstock for this purpose.

I then inked the background with light yellow, yellow, light orange, orange and red Distress Ink tones gradually moving from a lighter tone to a darker one.

The centerpiece is die cut from white cardstock and adhered onto the piece with a Nuvo Glue Pen. The very middle piece is inked first in yellow then highlighted with some orange ink tone. Next I added some double sided adhesive onto a strip of red cardstock and die cut the words “Liebe” (=Love) and “Glückwunsch” (=Congratulations) form it using the new German Tonic Sentiment dies. These will be available at QVC.de in April!!

For decoration I added some rose gold Nuvo Sequins around the heart. I really like how this card turned out, even though this is not my go-to color scheme.

This is it from me for today. Hope I could inspire you to create fun cards!!

Happy scrapping,
xxx, Sanna

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