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Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch 89

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“I do” really like this week’s Paper Craft Crew Card Sketch #89.  The simplicity of the layout had my design juices flowing as soon as I started playing with my paper.  I decided to go with a Black, White & Silver theme for this wedding card.  I’m a gold person but the black & white just lent itself to going silver, my husband even commented “are wedding rings usually gold?”  I said “yes, but want to mix it up.”

The card base is White White embossed with the Perfect Polka Dot Embossing Folder hinting of the bride.  The bottom is a nod to the groom, the bottom piece is Core’dinations Basic Black (mimic’ing fabric) and the narrow heat embossed strip in Basic Black mimics the satin strip that runs down the outside seam of Tuxedo pants.  The Bride and Groom shoes are from the “Just Married” stamp set and heat embossed on Whisper White with Silver and Black embossing powder.  The sentiment and border (Silver Foil) were die cut from Labels Collection Framelits with the pointy bits trimmed away.  I placed rhinestones on the Bride’s bows for an added touch of sparkle.  The wedding rings are punched first with a 1/2″ circle then center a 3/4″ punch over the previously punched 1/2″ circle to create the band.  I then added an Extra Large Rhinestone with two smaller (medium) one on either side.  Finally, I heat embossed the sentiment from Teeny Tiny Wishes on Whisper White in Basic Black and cut a “V” in the end for a banner effect.  Happy Embossing!!!

STAMPIN’ SUPPLIES:

  • STAMPS:  Just Married, Teeny Tiny Wishes
  • PAPER:  Whisper White, Basic Black, Silver Foil, Core’dination Basic Black
  • INK:  Versamark
  • MISC.:  Punch~1/2″ & 3/4″ Circles; Framelits~Labels Collection; Embossing Folder~Perfect Polka Dots; Basic Jewels Rhinestones and Large Basic Jewels Rhinestone; Embossing Poweder~Silver & Black

 

Comments

  1. Pam says

    Hi Carol, Absolutely lovely card and love the black and white! Thanks for playing along with the Paper Craft Crew. You will be a Featured Artisan and I’ll be posting your card to our blog shortly.

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