Friday, July 13, 2012

7/13 Stampin' Up! Word Play Wedding


It's amazing how pretty a quick and simple card can be. In real life, you can see how the paper shimmers with the light. I love using Stampin' Up's Shimmery White paper on cards like this . . . so elegant! The layer under the sentiment is a 2" circle of our White Card Stock Vellum cut with the Circles #2 Die in the Big Shot Machine. It is glued directly onto the base of the card. The sentiment, from Word Play accented with a rhinestone, is punched with the 1 3/4" Circle Punch and mounted over the top of the vellum circle with dimensionals.

Stamping to Share Tip of the Day: The strip of color that you see along the left edge of the card gives a pop of color that coordinates with the stamped sentiment. It's a strip of Real Red about an inch wide that is glued along the left edge of the card. Only a 1/4" of it shows though since the Shimmer White Panel is glued over the top of most of it.

Have a great day and thanks so much for stopping by my Stamping to Share blog!

Stamps: Word Play (WM 120308, CM 120651)
Paper: Basic Black (121045), Real Red (102482), Shimmery White (101910), White Vellum Card Stock (101856)
Ink: Real Red (126949)
Tools: Big Shot Machine (113439), Elegant Bouquet Embossing Folder (115964), Circles #2 Die (114526), 1 3/4" Circle Punch (119850)
Accessories: Basic Rhinestone (119246), Whisper White Organza Ribbon (114319)
Adhesives: Multipurpose Liquid Glue (110755), SNAIL (104332),  Stampin' Dimensionals (104430)

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Anonymous said...

Kay, this is a beautiful card. I love that you can totally customize it to the Bride and Groom's colors. We have a wedding at the end of the month and this wonderfully CAS card may be the one I make. Thanks for your inspiration!