Tuesday, July 27, 2010

Wedding Card for Denmark

Hello everyone!  Today I would like to show you a card that I made for a friend in Denmark.  I sure hope she likes it as I've struggled with how to design a card for her.

All supplies are Stampin Up unless otherwise noted.  The card base is Whisper White which I embossed with the new Vintage Wallpaper embossing folder.  The next three Whisper White layers were edged with the Scallop Trim corner and border punch in three different sizes.

Night of Navy cardstock is used for the flowers punched with the Boho blossom punch. Using the largest blossom, I snipped between every other petal, molded each petal with a samll embossing stylus and creased the center with a piercing tool. I then turned the flower over and using the handle end of the piercing tool with the flower on a mouse pad pushed down in the center of the flower to make the petals rise up. 

The flower centers are punched from Whisper White with a small sun punch from Punch Bunch.  I molded this piece using a large embossing tool to create the center stamens for the flower then adhered this with Tombow Mono Multi glue.

These flowers are attached to a Whisper White piece cut with a Spellbinders Renaissance Hearts pendant with mini glue dots.  Sage Shadow leaves and Bashful Blue branches are punched with a Martha Stewart punch and also attached with mini glue dots. 

Congratulations was computer generated on Whisper White cardstock and punched with the word window punch and attached to a Bashfull Blue piece cut from a Spellbinders fancy tags die.

If you would like to know how I made these flowers, please leave me a comment.  I'd be happy to do a step by step tutorial showing you how I made these. 

Supplies:
Stamps: None
Ink: None
Cardstock: Whisper white, Bashful Blue, Night of Navy, Sage Shadow
Accessories: Boho blossom punch, Scallop trim corner and border punch, Martha Stewart leaves and branch punch, Punch bunch small sun punch, Spellbinders Renaissance Hearts pendant and Fancy tags die.

4 comments:

Kath said...

WOW!

Lucia Gammon said...

BEAUTIFUL, Diane!!

Lynn Leusch said...

This is an amazingly beautiful card. I can't imagine your friend not LOVING it, and if not...I'd be happy to be your friend. :-)
I would love to have the tutorial you mentioned that was available. You have some lovely items on your blog. Thank you for sharing with us.
stampinlynn@yahoo.com

Kerri D said...

Beautiful card! Love the flowers - so bold but yet elegant! Will try making some

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