I had a request from a friend to make a special wedding card by using some elements from the invitation. The theme focused mainly on the two different states the bride and groom are from, so I decided to go with a twist'n pop card for more space to be creative. This is the front of the card, done with vanilla and gold foil cardstock. The embossing was done with a Cuttlebug geometric rings ef and the heart was die-cut with stitched heart dies. The sentiment was heat-embossed with gold ep and a SU! Beautiful Bouquet stamp, and the leaves were die-cut with SU! Bouquet Bunch framelits. The flowers were done with a SU! mini punch and dotted with a pearl pen. I also dotted all the centers on the embossed panel with the pearl pen. and then made a belly band to hold the card closed.
Here is the lower portion of the card. I removed the top portion from the photo because their names and personal information were included. This was heat-embossed with gold using the same SU! stamps and framelits as stated above.
After it was finished, I decided to make a little box to hold the card, so here's what I made...
It pretty much mirrors the card but I added some gold metallic ribbon to the SB Fancy Tags Two die-cut sentiment panel and added 2 smaller stitched die-cut hearts with the bride and groom's initials done with my Quickutz. I dotted the surface with the pearl pen as well. You can click the photos to enlarge for details. The gold heat-embossed sentiment is a retired stamp from SU!.
I'm entering this into the February Happy Little Stampers Anything Goes with Dies challenge.
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