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Your Perfect Day Wedding Card

This week at Hand Stamped Sentiments is a color challenge of Strawberry Slush, Hello Honey and Night of Navy.  I recently purchased the “Your Perfect Day” stamp set and thought these colors would be perfect for a modern wedding card.

I stamped the wreath with Night of Navy but stamped off first so the image would be a lighter shade.  I stamped the sentiment with Versamark then embossed with Sterling Silver embossing powder.  I stamped the flowers in Hello Honey and Strawberry Slush.  I also used the small flower punch from the Itty Bitty Accents Punch Pack.  I embellished the bottom of the card with a border from the Finishing Touches Edgelits and Venetian Crochet Trim and small Vintage Faceted button.

Stampin up Your Perfect Day wedding cardI hope you’re inspired to create a project with these colors and will join us at Hand Stamped Sentiments.

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Your Perfect Day Wedding Card

Size:  4.25″ h x 5.50″ w

Stamp Sets: Your Perfect Day

Paper:  Cardstock:  Very Vanilla, Strawberry Slush, Hello Honey,

Ink:  Strawberry Slush, Hello Honey, Night of Navy, Versamark

Accessories:  Finshing Touches Edgelits, Sterling Silver embossing powder, Itty Bitty Accents flower punch, Victorian Crochet Trim, Vintage Faceted button, Basic Rhinestones, glue dots, dimensionals

Vintage Wedding Card

Something borrowed, something blue.  Springtime is the perfect time for a wedding.  For this week’s challenge at Hand Stamped Sentiments we have a wedding project challenge.  My card was inspired by the stamp set Established Elegance.  I selected for my blue shade – Pool Party.  Love, love, love this color!  I paired it with Certainly Celery for a fresh spring feel.  To add to the vintage style, after stamping the images I sprayed the scallop circle and Pool Party layers with water then crumpled them.  I also used my Color Spritzer to lightly spray the frame and sentiment layer with Early Espresso.

Established Elegance Vintage wedding card

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I have included a close up of the card below.  I used non-Stampin’ Up! white tulle around the bust form.  I added the pearls for an elegant touch.

Established Elegance Stampin' Up! vintage card

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I hope you’re inspired to show us your wedding project.  Hop on over to Hand Stamped Sentiments to be inspired by our talented design team and to upload your creation.

hss wedding challenge #117

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Established Elegance Vintage Wedding Card

Card Size:  5.00″ H x 5.00″ W

Stamp sets:  Established Elegance, Always

Paper: Whisper White, Pool Party

Ink: Pool Party, Certainly Celery, Soft Suede

Accessories: Big Shot, Scallop Circle die, Designer Frames Textured Impressions Embossing Folders, Vintage Wallpaper Textured Impressions Embossing Folder, Beautiful Wings Embosslits die, Large Oval Punch, Scallop Oval Punch, Bitty Shapes Punch Pack,  Certainly Celery marker, Pool Party marker, Basic Pearls, Antique Brad, Certainly Celery Satin ribbon, Dimensionals

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