Saturday, March 14, 2015

Wedding Card Revisited - Different Paper

Well, I didn't really revisit this card.  In fact, I made it at the same time I made the Hopscotch card.  AND, this is the one I gave to the bride and groom!

The same thought process went into making this card as the Hopscotch wedding card, but I used Florentine paper (retired).

With this card I highlighted the heart by overlaying it with coordinating Florentine paper and adding the Small Flourishes sparkle.  I left the Colonial White "Love" alone so that it represents simple elegance.

In the picture below, you can see that I also popped the word up off the card base (Cocoa cardstock).

As you can see, I went with simple on the inside of the card as well.  The "Mr" and "Mrs" are lined with Florentine background and texture paper, and the "&" is coordinating cardstock.  The rings have been cut from the silver glitter paper.

Another simple yet elegant wedding card!

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