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Friday, 21 February 2014

Wedding Cards ... I do ...

I haven't posted anything for such a long time, I don't know where the time goes some time!  Working full time, and then having various different projects on the go, trying to have a go at some cake decorating and sugar flowers, I just haven't had time to sit down and do some posts.

I have been doing cards when I have had a chance, and have managed to take some photographs of the Wedding ones I did recently, I just hadn't got to do the actual posts.

I had made some Wedding cards using a Digi stamp that I had purchased previously, and some with a couple of digi stamps I purchased recently. 

The first two are with the Digital stamp called Bella from Sassy Studio designs, she is such a pretty lady, and I love it! 

This one I have used the Spellbinder Fleur De Lis Rectangles and the Lace Corner set Deco  Die F.  The flowers I have made, and punched leaves, with some crystal stickles and pearls to finish.  

This second one is very similar, but this one I have used the Spellbinder Radiant Rectangles frame, a silhouette studio corner some roses and daisies I have made, with ribbon and pearls. 

These next three are digital stamps purchased from Redonkadoodles.
This Wedding couple I have cut out with the Spellbinders Gold Label Four die, some printable blue lace paper I got from a dvd that was in a Simply cards and Papercraft magazine some time ago, put out  by docrafts Digital Designer. The corner is the Lace Corner set Deco die B, more of my own flowers, and punched leaves with the Marianne creatables Leafy swirl die

This one I have used the same image, but have just done the top part, I have mounted it on the  Spellbinder A2 Filigree Delight Die set, mounted on some peach coloured lace paper.  Some lace down the side, and some of my own flowers again with some tiny punched daisies with pearls in the centre and in the brides hair, and punched leaves.   

Finally this one is again using the Spellbinder Fleur De Lis Rectangles, it is hard to see in the photo, but the detail on the brides dress has been highlighted with some crystal stickles.  The doily behind the flowers is a Birdcage card one found here, and the corner is from svg.cuts.  The main mauve flower is a die called Heirloom rose by MFT die-namics dies. The designer paper is a Jak Heath downloadable flourish paper.  

Hopefully these cards were worth waiting for.  I have made boxes for all of them to be put in so that it protects the 3D flowers.