Hello Everyone: It's time for me to share a few new Wedding Card samples I created: You may know someone having a Valentine's Day wedding or need a card for later on. These were so easy and fun!
As you can see, both cards use the same pattern, however, there are slight differences. Here is the first card:
Those for you who know me know that my absolute favorite color is purple. I saw this paper and just knew I had to make something with it! I started by cutting a coordinating square of paper, adhering it to a slightly larger piece of purple cardstock. Then I die cut a heart from the same paper. I used the beautiful "Love is like a Butterfly" sentiment (H183), stamping it in purple ink directly onto the heart. I also stamped the larger butterfly from set Y575 True Friends on a scrap of white cardstock with the same purple ink and cut it out. I used one of our Gold Curved Heart Brads 91004 for the center of the butterfly and adhered it to the base of the heart using foam squares on the bottom portion of the butterfly. Set this piece aside.
To finish the card, I adhered the larger piece of patterned paper to a purple mat. Before adhering to my card I wrapped a piece of our 3/4" White Crepe Ribbon 70132 around the center of the piece, adhering the ends at the back. I then slipped another piece of the white Crepe Ribbon underneath the previously adhered ribbon and created a pretty bow. I adhered the heart and butterfly piece to the upper center portion of the card and slid the bow up to the base of this piece. The whole thing was adhered to a white card and it was done.
I also created an almost identical card using a few different stamps.
I stamped the small Eiffel Tower from Y548 Amour and cut it out, adhering it to the center of the previously die cut heart. I also stamped Je T'aime from the same set twice on either side of the Eiffel Tower. This time I stamped the smaller of the two butterflies from Y575 on another scrap, cut it out as before, attaching the Curved Heart Brad and adhered it to the base of die cut heart. Now we have a slightly different card!
Just think of the possibilities with this card pattern. Hope you like them!