This is a wedding card that I made for my cousin that is getting married this weekend. I love how this turned out. I tried out a few new techniques on it. Embossing on acetate paper, making a rosette, and creating the heart bride and groom. I learned about the acetate paper and rosette techniques from Jennifer McGuire and the heart bride and groom from my SU! Demonstrator Dawn.
I did realize that after I made this rosette that I should have cut 2 accordion strips and glued them together. It would have made the rosette more flexible and easier to play w/. I'll make another one soon and show you what I mean.
Upclose pic of the bride and groom:
Also, I bought 3 of the Black Cricut storage binders for my Imagine cartridges but I was able to fit my Imagine cartridges in my current Cricut storage system. You can see it HERE. SO... I have these 3 storage binders that I am putting up for sale since I can't return them. They are in perfect condition, nothing wrong with them. I'm asking $20 for each plus $5 for shipping. If you buy all 3 I'll do free shipping. This is for US & Canada only. I'm also asking that you pay through Paypal. If you are interested in them please email me w/ how many you want and your contact information. Let me know if you have any questions, firstname.lastname@example.org.
SU! Heart Punch
PTI - True Black, Sweet Blush, White cardstock
Acetate (cut from an old SU! Stamp box)
D'vine Swirls Embossing folder
Swiss Dots Embossing folder
Black and Diamond bling
DCWV Metallic Paper
SU! Well Scripted stamp set
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Your card is darling :)
I really like the heart shaped bride & groom! Clever idea- it looks really great! :)Amy
WOW Pam, what awesome and fun techniques. I'm really loving the embossing on the acetate and the rosette turned out perfect too! Amazing job! Hugs- Glora
Great card!! Neat idea using hearts for the bride and groom and embossing on acetate. Can't wait to try this idea!!!!
Love the heart Bride and Groom! this whole card is wonderful. Thank you for the inspiration!
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