Recently I had to make a quick wedding card for a fun and vibrant couple. Instead of going the traditional route I opted for just having fun – mimicking their personalities.
Skill Level: Beginner
Time: 20 minutes
On a smooth white background panel used your StazOn ink Cherry Blossom and swipe the ink pad across the panel.
Repeat the process this time using Versamagic ink to swipe across the background.
Stamp a sentiment across the bottom of the panel using VersaFine Clair Nocturne.
Emboss a scrap cardstock strip using Indigo Pealr Mboss embossing powder and VersaMark Frost. Then cut the strip with a scallop edge. Emboss a chipboard heart using the same Indigo Pearl Mboss embossing powder.
Assemble the card by adhering the panel to a folded card. Then adhere the embossed heart using On Point glue as well as the embossed strip and embellishments to finish off your card.
The embossing powder adds some glamour and shine to this simple yet fun card. Just like the couple – fun colours combined together with a touch of glam and pizazz.
Mboss embossing powder really takes any project t the next level. Available in a huge variety of colours they truly are amazing.
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!
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.
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
For today’s card, I used a very intricate die that has a bit of a mandala look and the gorgeous Mboss embossing powder in Sparkle. This “To the Perfect Couple” Wedding card is super simple to create and the sparkle you get is amazing. I stacked 3 die cuts on top of each other to create a chipboard effect and added a red paper to make it look brighter and festive. I finished it with a sentiment. This design is perfect for wedding invites & envelopes.