September 14, 2009


Here's my card for today's Clean & Simple Challenge. Today's challenge was a theme challenge and the theme was to create a wedding card.
When I need to make a wedding card, I find myself usually using white card stock and my Cuttlebug. I guess because I feel that the Cuttlebug can create elegant cards so quickly and easily.

I used my Cuttlebug and Cuttlebug embossing folder called 'Just My Type' to create the embossed portion of my card. This particular folder is a set of five small strips, so all I did was run the small strip folder through my Cuttlebug and then I turned the folder around and I embossed again just above my previous row.

Right above my embossed area I used my Scor-pal to create three straight score lines. My ribbon is over top of these lines, but I just wanted to mention it in case you couldn't see it.

I didn't have oval punches large enough, so I used my Cricut to cut out the two ovals at the top of my card. Then I stamped my sentiment and I stamped and cut out the small flowers. The flowers are from SU's Fairy-tale Wedding stamp set. I stamped them using Silver Encore ink.

Finally, I added some liquid pearls (white opal) to the center of each flower. My silver and white ribbon is from Offray. Thanks for looking!
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10 comments:

Lynn said...

Love this elegant beauty, Patty!! What a wonderful wedding card!!

Vicki said...

Just stunning, Patty! Beautiful work! Blessings to you!

Sew-Ink said...

Beautiful...love the embossing!

Tracy said...

This is such a pretty card. Very clean and simple, yet so elegant!!

Michelle Forrest said...

Very elegant!

Elizabeth said...

Just a beautiful, sophisticated card. Love the embossing.

Paige said...

This is a beautiful and elegant card. I will be involved in a white on white swap soon and will have to remember this one!

craftypixie said...

WOW so stunning and Elegent.White always does come out clean and crisp for a wededing card doesnt it
Wendy xx

Sande said...

Patty

This is simple, elegant and gorgeous. Fantastic job.

6p0120a5a6daeb970c said...

love your card, and now I learned how I can create pearl too...I have been wanting to do that, but didnt really know what to buy. Thanks.