Saturday, 4 August 2012

Simple Wedding Card

Hello there,

Today I am going to share with you a card I made for my Stampin' Up "sister" Hannah, who is getting married today.

As you can see, I kept it really simple using "Confetti White" cardstock for the base card, (well, you wood wouldn't you), and I cut out the envelope using the White Vellum cardstock so that you could see through to all those pretty little love hearts on the inside.

The love hearts were made using the 4 petal punch from the "Itty Bitty Shapes punch pack, and just cutting two of the 'petal' pieces off.  It took a little while to do, but I just sat watching telly and I ended up cutting loads more than I needed, and it was a great way to use up really small scraps of cardstock.

I glued the shapes into the envelope before making the envelope up, that way ensuring that they wouldn't fall out all over the place and also providing perfect coverage for the glue when I came to adhere the envelope to the card base.  As you can see from the above picture, I added glitter to all the little hearts, just to give it a little bit of sparkle and shine.

I hope she likes it and that she has a wonderful day.

Until next time .... xx

Project Ingredients
Stamp Sets
: "Delightful Dozen
Card stock : "Confetti White"; "Blushing Bride"; "Soft Suede"; "Marina Mist" & "Naturals Ivory"
Accessories :  Glitter.
Colour:  "Soft Suede" classic ink pad
Tools : Tape runner adhesive; Tombow Mono glue; Big Shot machine & "Scallop Envelope" die


  1. Lovely card Anna - so simple, but very effective!

  2. Aww, I "heart" this Anna, a beautiful card for so many occasions but absolutely perfect for Hannah's wedding!
    Speak soon xxx