Thursday, July 29, 2010

Wedded Bliss

Tonight, or this morning, whichever it may be wherever you are, I bring you a card of wedded bliss.  So remember, way back when, earlier this summer when I posted a wedding album for my friend?  Well, I finally finished the card for it.  Hah...am I slow this summer or what?  Must be the intense heat of summer.  I managed to weave back through my leftovers and found some scraps from the Cappella Album Kit.  Since I had the Loving Thoughts JustRite stamp set handy, I married the two together for quite a nice coupling, I think.


The photo on the card is a picture of their rings and I had wanted to use this in the album but ran out of pages.  Who here has ever run into that problem?  Well wouldn't you know, the lovely team over at the JustRite blog challenged everyone to make a card with a photo on it (Challenge #28).  Perfect timing, I say.




To create this shape card, you need cardstock (folded in half) and a set of the large scalloped Nestabilities.  First, place the largest nestability die over the folded cardstock, leaving the top edge off the folded seam, as seen in the photo below.  After running it through your die cut machine, you now have a folded scalloped card for your base.  Next, cut out a full scalloped circle, embellish it and then glue it down to the base. 





Paper: Patterned Paper (Capella Album Kit)
Stamp: JustRite Stamps - Loving Thoughts Set

Flowers:  Prima

Ink: Distress Inks by Ranger (Dried Marigold, Spiced Marmalade, Walnut Stain)
Dies: Spellbinder Nestabilities (Large Scallop Circle, Large Label), Quickutz Flourish




6 comments:

  1. BEAUTIFUL! The flowers are fabulous and the colors are so pretty! I love how you inked around the edges! TFS!

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  2. Beautiful!! Love the picture, shape and the flowers. Very cool card, thanks for the info to make a shaped card.

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  3. I really need to try this. And again, your inked edges are flawless.

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  4. What a great idea, I love the texture on the flowers.

    Thank you for showing how to get those great shaped little cards, Ive yet to try but feel confident enough to have a go now!

    Keryn x

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