Summer is in full swing here on Vancouver Island, and with travel and event restrictions changing, people are enjoying the opportunity to reconnect and gather together. So the Seashore Stampers are here to inspire you with some beautiful wedding-themed cards!
My project uses the Inlaid Floating Die-cut Technique, featuring the stunning Expressions in Ink Specialty Designer Series Paper and a die from the Brilliant Wings set. I’ve always loved using butterfly imagery for a variety of occasions, and the detail in this die set is perfect for this eye-popping technique. If you like this project, be sure to check back next week – I’ll be posting a full step-by-step tutorial on how to create it!
I hope you enjoyed my project! Now don’t forget to click on the buttons below to continue on the blog hop, and enjoy all the other wedding themed creations. Click on “Previous” to visit Erica’s blog and “Next” to see what MiRan has created!
This week’s Stampin’ Sunday video will show you a beautiful card you can make with the Snowflake Wishes stamp set. Snowflake Wishes is the featured stamp set in this month’s Creativity to Go, so if you’d like to receive the stamp set PLUS supplies and tutorials to make five beautiful cards with your new stamp set, be sure to sign up by November 10th!
Cardbase: 5.5 x 8.5”
Mat layer: 4 x 5.25”
2 pieces same colour (but different from mat layer):
2-7/8 x 2-5/8
3 x 4”
White: 2.75 x 2.5”
DSP: 2-7/8 x 3-7/8”
A few weeks ago I got to go see several of my theatre friends perform in a psychological thriller of a play, “Murder in Green Meadows”. Being a theatre person is so fun and keeps me busy, because the more productions I participate in, the more friends I make, and then I just HAVE to go see them in all the productions they participate in! And naturally, I had to make my friends some cards to congratulate them on their success!
I wanted to add some extra sparkle to my stamped image, so I decided to emboss the gold dots on the “Hooray” stamp. But the cardstock was so teeny, I would burn my fingers when I used the heat-embossing tool. Then I had a brainwave:
Bone folder + binder clip = no more burnt fingers!
The play was terrific, and the cards were well-received (as was the box of chocolates that accompanied them!).
Have you made any projects with the Broadway Bound paper? Share a photo in the comments below! I love to see your creations!