Wedding Card – Silver Heat Embossed

Hello and welcome to my craft table!  For today’s card I’m sharing the wedding card I created for one of my darling nieces.

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I wanted it to be simple and elegant.  Her color palette includes various shades of purple and blue, so I’m using a purple pigment ink to repeatedly stamp out some small flower blossoms.  I also used the coordinating purple card stock to die cut the heart.  I used blue card stock for the base of the card.

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This layering stamp set was a lot of fun to use.  After I stamped the first flower layer, I masked the flowers with Post-it notes that I stamped and cut out.  Then I stamped the two leaf layers with two different colors of green ink.  It allowed me to make the leaves appear as though they are behind the flowers.

 

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For a touch of sparkle, I stamped the second flower layer with Versa Mark ink and heat embossed it with silver embossing powder, as well as the sentiment.

Hope you enjoy the video! Watch it here or at my YouTube channel.

Thanks for stopping by!

Here is the list of supplies I used for this card:

I also used card stock from MFT called Periwinkle and Blue Breeze.  The purple pigment ink is Periwinkle from MFT.  I included at the bottom of this list the stamp set that I used to stamp and heat emboss the two silver hearts above my sentiment.

About jackiescrafttablehttp://jackiescrafttabledotcom.wordpress.comI'm a lover of all things crafty, especially when it involves paper. Card crafting is my newest love because it involves creating something beautiful or cute or funny and sending it to people I love.

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