Simple Wedding Card


Today I want to share a very quick and easy, yet (I believe) elegant Wedding Card that I made a couple of days ago.

I used an ivory cardstock based, and then stamped the rose from “The Year of Flowers” stamp set (Gina K Designs) over the entire front of the cardstock.  Because I wanted it to be very feint, I used Spun Sugar Distress ink.

Next I stamped my greeting in black.  The stamp I used was from a wedding set made by Kaisercraft.  I’ve had it sitting virtually unused for a couple of years.

The panel was made using the same ivory cardstock as the base, but I cut a piece a bit bigger than one third of the size of the front of the cardstock.  I then embossed it with Cuttlebug D’vine Swirls, and rounded the corner with my corner punch.

This was placed using dimensionals.  Last but not least, I had a scrap piece of very pretty ribbon that had been hanging around for ages.  I made a bow with it, and stuck it on with a glue dot.

Believe it or not, this entire card was designed around that piece of ribbon.  It was too short to do a lot with it, but since I loved it so much, I knew I simply had to use it.

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3 thoughts on “Simple Wedding Card

  1. Wow, simple, elegant, and classy! Love the bow, what a great use for it! Really liked that you stamped a rose over the entire card ever so lightly, bet it is stunning in real life. Another easy to follow tutorial, and wonderful card! I agree, it may look simple, but the design and lay-out is all in your imagination. Thanks for sharing this wonderful card with us all!

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