Make a Congratulations Golden Wedding Card

The Golden Couple

by Neva Cole


A wedding is truly something to celebrate! This card is reminiscent of the winding maze of a romantic relationship to the joy of celebrating a marriage and a new Mr. & Mrs.! I wanted a faint background of the maze on the background, so decided to use VersaMark and golden pigment powder.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 30 minutes + drying time



Step 1

Trim a section of cardstock and pressure emboss with the embossing folder. Ink raised areas and edges with Delicata Golden Glitz. Draw a path through the maze with irRESISTible Pico Embellisher in Lady Bug and set aside to dry.


Step 2

Tap VersaMark ink across raised portion of open embossing folder. Place cardstock over inked area and roll a brayer on the reverse side to transfer ink. Sprinkle pigment powder over ink and tap off excess. TIP: Clean remaining ink from embossing folder before putting away!


Step 3

Die cut heart from background section under the area where the pressure embossed panel will be adhered. Stamp ‘Mr. & Mrs.’ in Memento Luxe Love Letter and heat emboss with Iridescent Clear Embossing Powder. Ink edges with Ink Blusher, the curved edge of the Ink Blusher will allow you to ink the divot part of the heart easily.

Step 4

Ink the edges of the card base with Delicata Golden Glitz and an Ink Blusher. Adhere the background and the embossed panel. Stamp remaining sentiments in Memento Luxe Lady Bug. Adhere heart over the path on the embossed panel with dimensional adhesive.


  • Spellbinders – Seth Apter Maze Em-bossing Fold’er
  • Hero Arts – Stamp & Cuts “Yes” and “Congrats”
  • Heat embossing gun
  • PearlEx – Pigment powder in Brilliant Gold
  • Die cut machine
  • Adhesive
  • Dimensional adhesive
  • Brayer

Hope you enjoyed project 1 of #weddingweek. Tomorrow Mark Melnick has a great invite to share with you!

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