Congratulations Wedding Card

 

 

 

wedding satin flower card full frontGood morning Everyone! Today I have a feathery soft, beautiful congratulations card for you to enjoy! Ribbon roses, feathers, a satin layered flower, and rhinestone bling, a stenciled background and a lovely Cheery Lynn fishtail banner stamped with the sentiment! Want to recreate this card? Follow along!

Supplies: Cheery Lynn Fishtail banner, Tim Holtz tattered flowers die, baroque stencil, embossing paste, 140# cold press watercolor paper panel 5″ x 6″, pearl shimmer paper 2 pieces cut 5 x7, white feathers, pearl & rhinestone bling, rhinestone brad, Black Staz-on Ink, Vellum, 110# white cardstock 5″ x7″ card base, Zutter Distress It All, Adhesive (hot glue/wet glue), Justrite congratulations stamp

Directions: Using the stencil, emboss your watercolor paper and set aside to dry. If you want, you can sprinkle glitter onto the wet embossing paste for extra bling! Cut your flowers from Tulle and Satin material, layer and poke a rhinestone brad through the center. Stamp your sentiment onto vellum, heat set, cut with the medium size Cheery Lynn fishtail banner die. Double matt the inside of your card base with pearl shimmer cardstock and a white layer for writing personal note. Tear the bottom half inch from your embossed layer, using the distress tool, distress the edges of this  (except the torn edge) distress your pearl shimmer layer. Assemble your card as show using a strong adhesive for the watercolor layer and card base. Give it to someone special in your life for their special occasion!

click on the pictures to see them larger! 🙂

I am entering this card into the Cheery Lynn Bi-weekly Challenge http://cheerylynndesigns.blogspot.com/search/label/challenge

 

Have a beautiful day!

Eileen

 

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