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
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,
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!!