I'm playing along with another challenge at StampNation. Today's
challenge is to make a wedding card using the color called
Something Borrowed - the third one down on the right.
Now, because I don't have her line of inks YET - I used my Zig markers
and my aqua painter brush to color in a flower from Altenew's
Peony Bouquet set. I stamped them
in black and then heat set it with some clear embossing powder. I
forgot to take note of which color markers I used - I'll remember to do
that next time.
The sentiment is from an Inkadinkado set called Wedding that I picked up at
I made the background by embossing the Softly Falling embossing folder
from Stampin' Up! onto some smoky slate cardstock and then giving it
a gentle sanding to make the snow whiter.
I wanted to make the flower the focus so I kept everything very CAS.
I used some foam sheet pieces to adhere the flower and leaves onto
a whisper white piece of cardstock that I ran through the big shot using
the stitched stackable rectangles die from lawn fawn. The sentiment
is stamped with memento tuxedo black ink. For some more
dimension I added a piece of foam to the back of the white piece before
adding it to the card base.
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from Stampin' Up! unless noted
cardstock: whisper white, smoky slate, watercolor paper
stamps: Peony Bouquet (Altenew), Wedding (Inkadinkado)
ink: memento tuxedo black
clear embossing powder
Zig Clean Real Brush Markers
big shot: softly falling EF, stitched stackable rectangles (lawn fawn)
foam sheets: (Michaels)