For the last couple of weeks I’ve needed to make a wedding card.  In the past, I have always used the invitation to help with the direction of the card.  But with this particular invitation, I was having trouble figuring out a starting point.

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In looking through the Jonathan Adler website (yesterday’s Inspiration Challenge on Splitcoaststampers), I found these cute little fish salt and pepper shakers.  And the fish scale pattern on the box looked like scallops.  It finally came together!

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This darling couple is one of Flourishes images from their “Wedding Party” set.  They have the sweetest faces!

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The image was colored with Copics.  A Stardust Glitter Pen was used on the bride’s veil.

I love the challenges over on Splitcoaststampers!

Happy Crafting!

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Stamps: Flourishes ‘Wedding Party’; Sentiment Mona Lisa Moments ‘Wedding Centers’

Papers: Whisper White, Taken with Teal; Papertrey Ink Patterned Paper Collection ‘ Everyday Blessings’; Part of the Invitation

Inks: Memento ‘Tuxedo Black’; Stardust Glitter Pen; Copics:

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Her Hair: y0001.jpgy151.jpg

His Hair: e711.jpge74.jpge771.jpge791.jpg

Tux: t0.jpgt5.jpgt7.jpgt9.jpg

Gown: c0.jpgbg000.jpg

Veil Flowers: bg02.jpgbg05.jpg

Accessories: GG Ribbon; Rhinestone; Fiskars Paper Edger Scissors

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