White and Gold Wedding Card

This month’s Double D challenge is White Christmas.

Since we don’t have a white Christmas here in Australia – quite the opposite, we usually swelter on the day – I decided to make a white and gold wedding card instead.

This card is very simple: I have embossed the card base using a Stampin’ Up! embossing folder. I then cut out two squares, one slightly bigger than the other one. I embossed the larger square using a different embossing folder and stuck it down using wet glue.

The smaller square was stamped (and heat embossed in gold) with the “Happy I Do Day” stamp from “Word Play” – a retired SU set. I also added gold ink to the edges by pressing the edges on the stamp pad.

Using dimensionals, I added the stamped square to the topper.

That’s it. A little fiddly, but I love the result.

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9 thoughts on “White and Gold Wedding Card

  1. Yeah you may have all the snow we get lol Beautiful creation, am loving all of the pretty heart texture! The gold embossing gives it a bit of glitz and glamour! Very Pretty! Thanks so much for playing along with us at the Double D Challenge Blog, Donna DT Member
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