Spring weddings.. new beginnings for brides Kate, Kami and Claire!

Kate: As I often do, part of the wedding invitation was incorporated onto this first wedding card.

The rounded corners from the invitation were also copied on two corners of the card.

I have also entered Kate’s wedding card into this week’s challenge at “Stampin’ Sisters in Christ” to use soft pastels on your card or project.

Kami: On the second invitation, there was no part of it that could be used for the card.  The invitation was completely black and white with a strong graphic, so I drew from that for the wedding card design.

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Claire: For the third wedding card a large floral area of the invitation was cut out and used.  The frame on the invitation piece was completed by using a matching Copic to draw the lines on the card base.

Claire married a farmer and the reception that my husband and I attended Saturday night was very rustic.  It was adorable with burlap table coverings and hanging lanterns.. like a hoedown.. very fun.  And it was complete with a Holstein cow wedding cake!!  Here is the card I made for her bridal shower.

What a busy happy time for these beautiful young women!


Kate’s Wedding Card:
Stamps: SU Teeny Tiny Wishes
Papers: PTI Vintage Cream; Wedding Invitation
Inks: SU Basic Gray
Accessories: Pearls; Satin Edged Grosgrain Ribbon; Corner Rounder

Kami’s Wedding Card:
: SU Together Forever
Papers: PTI Select White; Echo Park “Yours Truly” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Tuxedo Black
Accessories: Petaloo Fabric Flower; Silk Ribbon; Martha Stewart Scalloped Edger Punch

Claire’s Wedding Card:
Stamps: SU Together Forever
Papers: PTI Select White; Wedding Invitation
Inks: SU Chocolate Chip; Copic
Accessories: Rhinestones; Dotted Swiss Ribbon

Claire’s Shower Card:
Stamps: PTI Scattered Showers
Papers: PTI Select White; My Mind’s Eye “Dolled Up” Designer Paper
Inks: Memento Rich Cocoa
Accessories: Grosgrain Ribbon; Prima; Kaiser Pewter Pearl; Tim Holtz Alterations Tattered Florals Die; Spellbinder’s Sunflower Die

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