Friday, June 4, 2010

Wedding Day

Happy Friday!
I was asked by my grandmother if I could make her a wedding card. A chance to make cards, of course I said yes.
I saw this to die for DP at Archiver's this week and thought it would work perfectly for a wedding card. I didn't want to cover up the DP's pretty images, so I stamped very little and created details instead. I have been dying to try the ruffled ribbon technique and I finally got the chance on this card. Ashley Cannon Newell's video is where I learned how to create it. I absolutely LOVE it. So easy yet so elegant! I couldn't help but to sprinkle lace on the card since the DP is engulfed in lace. I added some paper flowers and sprayed them with Glimmer Mist. I really like the end result! The only element I wish I could have added to the card would have been sewing, but I have not mastered sewing on cards yet. Well at least not in a straight line anyway =) 
Have a wonderful weekend!

Stamps: Delightful Dehlia (PTI)
Ink: Old Olive (SU)
Paper: Vanilla (SU), Soft Sky DP: Basic Grey
Accessories: Flower Die Cut (Cuttlebug), Border Punch (EK Success), Oval and Scallped Oval Punches (SU), Pearls, Glimmer Mist, White Buttons (PTI), Green Satin Ribbon (HL), Lace (JoAnn's), Glue Dots (SU), Dimensionals (SU) Tacky Red Tape


Mona L. Pendleton said...

WOW! What a gorgeous card! Love all the pearls & lace! I am sure your Grandmother will be thrilled with this!

Monique said...

So elegant Jenny..Beautiful top to bottom :)

Laurie Chilton said...

Jenny this card is absolutely amazing. All of the details, the lace, glimmer mist, crinkled ribbon are so pretty! Wonderful job!:)

Ayana Posadas said...

Wow! So impressive!
This wedding card looks fabulous!
I love the ruffled ribbon and the border punch and the pearls!!! Everything looks great! :)

sgc said...

Jenny--this is beautiful!

jo said...

So pretty! I really love that ribbon! Perfect! :)

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Cheryl said...

WOW Jenny this is GORGEOUS,love the vintage elegance to this!!!

Anonymous said...

Wow, that card is just breath-taking. I can only imagine how lovely it feels to touch.