Tuesday, June 27, 2017


Just realized this card could work for the Paper Players

Lakeside Anniversary PP350

Hi there,
Yup really, 7 months since a posting and now two in one day!

Here is a card I made for a young couple who will be getting married this coming weekend in Grand Rapids, MI.  Their wedding invitation was hand made by the bride-to-be, using paper doilies so I thought I would create a similar theme that she would appreciate. I die cut the scalloped circle and  heat embossed with silver EP as well as the sentiment, this was then popped up onto a paper doily (I was so wishing I had silver doilies, but...) added a strip of silver glitzy paper then adhered it to an embossed panel and that's it.

Here tis...

This is the back of the envelope that I embossed with a Mr and Mrs sentiment kinda difficult to get a good photo with the silver embossing.

That's it for now.

Supplies from PTI and Stampin' Up


Nance Leedy said...

This is beautiful, Mom! White-on-white cards can be difficult to achieve but the texture, embossing, and layers on your card make it shine. The center die-cut circle is gorgeous! The bride will surely appreciate this handmade beauty! So glad you could join us at The Paper Players!

Diane - oliver.mdiane@comcast.net said...

I sent you a message from phone from the hotel... but apparently it did not send??? Hhhmmmm
Anyway I said..... "OF COURSE YOU POSTED WHEN I WAS OUT OF TOWN".... 8-)
Your card is beautiful... I love the embossing background the all the little details of your focal point center. The doily, the silver, the sentiment... etc. The inside is so nice but the envelope is darn right professional looking! They will just love it.
The second card is so fun with that die... and I just LOVE the shadow stamping on the sentiment. It looks so cool.. I'll have to give that a try again.
Love both!

Deanne @ Three Trees said...

Very elegant! Love all that texture and layers! Thanks for playing along with us at The Paper Players.

Valentyna Komisarenko said...

Such an elegant card. Love all whites. Thank you for sharing your card with The Paper Players!