One of the major challenges on this card was adding the sentiment. I needed it to look very classy but still be seen. A gorgeous script stamp, vellum, and white embossing powder did the trick! I have been meaning to try embossing on vellum and just haven't had the right project. It was perfect for this! I just love how the sentiment can be seen but it still blends in with the card.
After I heat embossed one of my layers of paper I noticed I had a little smudge on it. Rather than start all over I just used these Glitter Dome Stickers to cover my 'mistake.' They add some elegance and cover a little blemish.
We can't forget the castle! I covered it in white glitter, used some dimensional adhesive to set it apart from the base, and it looks fabulous! I've used this same castle on this layout and I love how completely different they look!! It just goes to show that with a little creativity you can alter anything to fit with your project.
I hope you enjoyed this wedding card and that you will try a tone on tone card. It really is a fun way to create a card. Thanks for stopping!
- cardstock- Bazzill Basics Paper (Diamond), scraps
- Cricut cartridge- Create a Critter
- ink- Tim Holtz Distress Ink (Embossing Ink)
- stamps- Anna Griffin (Modern Graphic Stamps, background stamp), Close to My Heart (Romantic Backgrounds D1066)
- embossing powder- American Crafts (Zing! White), Ranger (Superfine Clear)
- embossing folder- Cuttlebug (Polka Dots)
- misc- American Crafts (ribbon), Doodlebug Design Inc. (glitter), Mark Richards (Glitter Dome Stickers), dimensional adhesive, vellum