Best of Wedding Cards and Crafts

Over the years our Design team members have created beautiful wedding invitations and other paper crafting projects. We thought we would do a quick “Best Of” collection of wedding-themed crafts and cards. Enjoy!



Best Wedding Invitations

Learn How to Make a Clear Wedding Invitation

Mr. and Mrs. Wedding Invitation

See How to Create a Layered Wedding Invitation



Best Wedding Decor

A Simple, Elegant and Inexpensive Wedding Table Setting

Bright Blue StazOn ink used to cover metal.

See How to Make Illustrious Lapis Blue Napkin Rings

Learn How to Create Wedding Ring Clay Bowls

How to Create a DIY Slimline Pocket Wedding Invitations | Wedding Planning

by Lisa Mensing

Sharing how to create DIY Slimline Pocket Wedding Invitations in a Tropical Theme and an Autumn Theme using DIY Stencils, clear stamps, dies, Memento Dye Inks, and Versafine Clair Inks. Plus I’m sharing a few tips to take your invitations to the next level.

Skill: All Levels
Time: 20 minutes



  • Honey Bee Stamps Paradise Blooms and Coordinating Honey Cuts 
  • Raisin Boat Arboretum Leaves Stamp Set 
  • Printer
  • Colored Cardstock
  • Embossing Folders
  • Die-Cutting Machine
  • Shaped Wafer Thin Dies
  • Score Board
  • Corner Punches
  • Stamp Positioning Tool

Summer 2020 On Trend DIY Wedding Invitations using Tsukineko Inks

by Nicole Watt

So many brides get the DIY bug for their wedding, but making your own invitations can be overwhelming, especially if you’re new to paper crafting. Nicole will show you how to create three stunning looks based on current 2020 color trends that won’t break the bank and won’t take hours to complete – even for beginners!

Skill: All levels
Time: varies on number of invitations



  • Neenah Solar White 80lb Cardstock 
  • Canson Mix Media paper 98lb 
  • Altenew Retro Plantines stamp set 
  • Altenew Exotic Garden stamp set 
  • String Lights Stencil 
  • Hero Arts Lavender cardstock 
  • Hero Arts Azalea cardstock
  • Lawn Fawn Blue Jay cardstock 
  • Water brush
  • Blending brush
  • invitations printed from


Learn to Make DIY Wedding Thank You Notes with Embossing

by Melissa Andrew

Learn to Make DIY Wedding Thank You Notes with Flower stamp and Gold Embossing

In today’s simple DIY, I show you how to create simple, elegant wedding Thank You notes. It’s always important to thank your guests and making your own beautiful thank you notes adds an extra special touch. You don’t need a lot of expensive products, and this tutorial takes no time! You can also customize these notes based on your own taste and style.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 20 minutes




Embossing Powder – Gold
VersaMark Inkpad
Tear It! Tape
Imagine Craft Mat
Large Dauber


• SugarPea Designs Stamp Set
• White Card Stock
• Paper Trimmer
• Heat Tool
• Acrylic block or stamping platform

Learn How To Create A DIY White Wedding Invitation With Texture

by Martha Lucia Gomez

Hello everyone, today I have a quick and elegant card. This technique would be perfect for a wedding invitation. I create the shimmer and texture using the new Sheer Shimmer Stix in Frost and an embossing folder. The base of my card is Whisper White cardstock and I cut a second layer using the same color of cardstock, but apply the shimmer-texture technique for a very cool tone on tone look.

Skill: Beginner
Time: 30 minutes


Step 1

Determine the area that you want to paint and add texture. I used post it tape to obtain a straight line.

Step 2

Evenly apply the Sheer Shimmer Frost with the Stix Dauber. Let the paper dry naturally, it takes a few seconds only.

Step 3

Without removing the post it tape, take an embossing folder of your preference and align the borders to only emboss the painted area. Pass the sandwich through your cutting machine.

Step 4

Remove the post it tape and stamp your message on the upper area. I used VersaMark and embossing powder in Gold to stamp my message. It is an image included on the stamp set Happily Ever After from The Rabbit Hole Designs.

Step 5

Resize your layer and paste it directly over the card base. If you want to add more decorations or details you can do it before to paste the decorated layer on to the card base.


  • Card Stock – Whisper White
  • Embossing Folder
  • Die Cutting Machine
  • Post it Tape
  • The Rabbit Hole Designs – Happily Ever After Stamp Set

See a Stamping Technique Inspired by Impressionism

by Lori Warren

See a Stamping Technique Inspired by Impressionism

We all need a little inspiration sometimes and, for this project, I took my inspiration from the Impressionism style of paintings from the 1860s.  It resulted in a fun project using the All-Purpose inks and other Imagine products to create a miniature floral scene on a 4”x4” flat panel canvas.

Skill: Beginners
Time: 1 hour



Step 1

Apply Cool Grey ink to the canvas with a bullet-shaped Fantastix.

Step 2

Stipple on Sky Mist ink with Fantastix to the upper portion of the canvas.

Step 3

Stipple on Celadon ink to lower portion of canvas with Fantastix.

Step 4

Stipple Blue Bayou onto the upper portion of the canvas, sparingly.

Step 5

Place Celedon ink onto craft mat, ink stamp, & stamp stems onto the lower portion of the canvas.

Step 6

Stamp roses with VersaFine Clair in Medieval Blue & Monarch across canvas above the stems.

Step 7

Stamp saying with VersaFine Nocturne onto the canvas.

Step 8

Edge panel with Blue Bayou ink.

Step 9

Add black paint splatters.

Step 10

Spray canvas with Sheer Shimmer Craft Spray in Sparkle.

Step 11

Edge canvas with Sheer Shimmer Stix in Gold.


  • The Angel Company stamps
  • Mini canvas
  • Acrylic block
  • Paint brush